I hope to eventually have too many reviews to post here, but in the meantime, here’s some from Amazon and Reader’s Favorite to get you started.

M. C. Lee

R. C.
5 stars
Adventure, magic, danger, humor!
January 27, 2019

I was privileged to read an advanced copy of this book, and…woah! Get those seat belts clicked into place and make sure your airbags are working, because it’s a fast and dangerous read! This magical action-adventure is written from the perspective of four characters, though the story is primarily Ahjin’s. Each character is superbly unique, and Lee writes their personalities incredibly well. They’re each from a different part of the world (sky, water, desert, fertile land) and thus have different abilities and ways of looking at problems–and problems there definitely are. Each area of the world has their own “god,” and when the gods begin to disappear, Ahjin and his newly found friends set off on a quest to find out why. Amidst a myriad of challenges, they fight giant scorpions, krakens from the deep sea, and worse. Somehow Lee manages to incorporate an appropriate amount of humor in the story, leaving the reader not just on the edge of the seat (because no seat belt is THAT strong) but laughing too. My praises for this new author! I’m excited for her to publish more books in this series.

4 stars
MC Lee is an author to watch.
January 31, 2019

Her writing is genuine and pulls you in. Rarely do you encounter indie debuts like this.

5 stars
Are you ready for adventure?
March 9, 2019

I purchased Wind of Choice and read the whole book in a few days. The first chapter completely drew me in. Ahjin was such a likable character and his problems were too big to imagine he could find a solution. After all, if a god wants you, it’s pretty hard to escape! Sometimes books with multiple-POV have one strong character and the others are weaker. In this case, each character is unique and plays an integral part in the story.

Ahjin is the lead POV and he is desperate for a solution. He is also a practical joker which lightens his character from being so driven. Nia is fun and bubbly, appropriate since she lives under the water and on an island. Ludik ‘s arm is twisted to get him to go on the adventure, so even though he seems grumpy at first, I don’t blame him. He becomes a stalwart in the group of friends. Zefra is practical to an extreme, reflective of her desert habitat.

Their adventures are reminiscent of Lloyd Alexander, but in a modern vernacular, full of adventure and monsters. The pace is quick and keeps the reader wondering how everything can possibly work out. I highly recommend this book and I’ll keep watch for the next in the series.

Reviewed By Liz Konkel for Readers’ Favorite
(Edited for length. Original available at

Wind of Choice by Marty C. Lee is the first book in the Unexpected Heroes series.

Marty C. Lee has breathed life into this extensive and magical world with four prominent societies representing earth, water, fire, and sky, each with its own unique types of people. Each of the societies are represented by a character who clearly showcases the customs and embodies the spirit. Lee crafts each character with specific appearances reflective of the elemental reminiscent society. Even certain phrases they use mimic the society they’re from. These phrases add a sweet charm to the dialogue … while also providing humor. Every place has its own god, beliefs, and way of life, with their own quirks, giving a well-rounded perspective of each. Everything in this world is so thorough you’re completely immersed.

The main four are … ordinary people who are led on an extraordinary mission…  [T]his grand and dangerous adventure also gives them a different perspective on their lives. Each of them finds their own hero’s journey while  discovering what it means to be a team, working together and bringing out the strengths of each of them.

Wind of Choice is a delightful adventure with heroism, friendship, humor, danger, and coming of age charm.

5.0 out of 5 stars
Action packed adventure it unique heroes
April 19, 2019
Wind of Choice is an action packed adventure told from the view point of four uniquely voiced heroes. I loved the banter and humor that lightened the mood when the trials became intense. The main characters were relatable and three dimensional, and they went through real growth. I enjoyed how different each one was from the others. The author created vivid lands, and painted them with rich details in culture, history, geography–all expertly woven in with the action and dialog so as not to slow the story. The ending surprised me, in a good way. I’d recomend this book to anyone who enjoys a rousing adventure in a vivid world, with heroes you can cheer for and relate to.

5.0 out of 5 stars
May 23, 2019
I know a book is good if I delay eating and sleep to know what happens in the next chapter, and the next, and the next…
This was a wonderful read. I grew to love the characters as though I knew them personally as they adventured along. I can’t wait until the release of the next book!

4.0 out of 5 stars
High fantasy, endearing characters, impossible quest!
May 30, 2019

Normally, I read romantic or western romantic suspense—contemporary and/or historical. I have not read a great deal of fantasy because the worlds are too outlandish to believe and the logic of the characters too hard to follow. I didn’t know what to expect from this high-fantasy story by Marty. I was pleasantly surprised with the depth of emotion this author instilled in her characters and their impossible quest to save their world from annihilation from some beef between their silly gods of their lands. I adored this story and because the plot has so many twists and highly charged turns, I couldn’t put it down.

Like other reviewers have said, this is a story about four unlikely heroes from four different lands are thrown together to prevent the destruction of their world. I didn’t know what to expect and kept charging through the book. I found these amazing creatures—some with wings for flying, gills or living underwater, sand dwellers, and shape-shifters—totally fascinating. They faced not just fantasy problems with mythical creatures and destructive gods, but having completely understandable and relatable “human” problems. Each character is uniquely drawn and wonderfully animated by the author. I could identify with their conflicts and root for them to meet and beat their unbelievable quest challenge. I grew to deeply care about them.

The worst thing about this book is that they saved those silly, selfish gods and weren’t given the credit they rightfully deserved. But the best part was the fact that unselfishly, the four friends proved how heroic they really were and even with the threat of their own extinction, charged into battle.

I would highly recommend Marty Lee’s book, Winds of Choice, to lovers of all things fantasy. I recommend this book to folks who don’t normally read fantasy but want to experience—through story—regular folks facing impossible odds and finding the courage to succeed.

I received a promotional copy from the author with no obligation to review. I did so on my own.