Category: Book reviews
Book Review: Target in the Sun Lynda Filler
As I enjoyed reading both “Jet Exposed” and “Vanished by the Sun.” You can check out the reviews over Here
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Target in the Sun is a wonderful romance thriller story some scene were heart wrenching and beautiful the story follows Carlos to his childhood and his relationship with older woman, Mia. Both characters in Target in the Sun were compelling. Delightful tension follows the pace then there is Lucia,a FBI agent who puts her life on the line to help the lovers escape the dark past Carlos carries with him.
Highly recommend! Thanks for the author for the free copy in exchange for an honest review.
I enjoyed this mystery thriller novel, it’s entertaining bought a smile to my face from time. It reminded me of Cameron Strike series not that I am comparing. The short chapters made it fast paced easy to read. What confused me a bit was, there are too many characters and I had to flip back to see who’s who. Other wise, it was a fun read.
I would like to thank the author for giving me a copy in exchange of an honest review.
A Trinity of Wicked Tales by Kyla Ross
Read this in one sitting deranged characters, interesting sexy, dark, and disturbing short tales. I enjoyed these stories because it’s right up my alley. Loved the suspense the author gave and she has a deep understanding of love, lust that connected themselves with violence. Loved the second story best. Can’t wait for volume two.
I would like to thank the author and reader’s house for a free copy in exchange of honest review.
Night Of The Black Bastards By Casey Christie Book Review
When I picked up this book, I didn’t know what to expect. I enjoyed reading this book, it’s fast paced, straightforward and to the point. It might not be for everyone because of the violence. You get the sense that the writer enjoyed writing this book, it well written and the characters are relatable, an entertaining page turner. Thnak you to the author for the copy.
Voice In the Wilderness By H.L Wegley Book Review
I don’t normally read political thrillers but I devoured this book. It’s well written story and a good author. Voice in the Wilderness starts with K.C a network specialist has found President Hannah illegal entries into the nation’s security. She goes to meet her mentor Sean at the Lincoln Memorial where she receives a text that she’s being set up. They discuss the situation and decides that she needs to get of town for a while. Upon leaving, she hears a gunshot, realises that her mentor has been shot. The only person KC can trust is her childhood friend Brock Daniels a writer whose blog is read by the nation. KC goes to him for her help.
The characters are well developed and relatable I liked the character of Broke more than of KC. I liked the way he expressed himself in his blog that came across as powerful. It has a heart-warming love story and the scenes are not passionate. The violence is not overdone either. If you like, thrillers and politics I highly recommend this book.
Thanks to the author for a copy.
Jet Exposed Lynda Filler
Wow, wow, I devoured Jet Exposed in matter of hours, I loved every minute of it. Lynda Filler writing style is sharp, the story is fast paced. I loved this glittery sexy action thriller, I want more! The story is about Sying Li Ma, a dangerous and powerful businesswoman living in Shanghai, China, has stolen personnel information critical to U.S. national security and intends to sell it to the highest bidder. High-tech billionaire Luke Raven has been contracted by the U.S. government to get it back. Jet is rescued in Mexico while on the run with her young daughter from a drug cartel by ex-Navy Seal Zach and brought to join Raven’s team of highly skilled operatives.
Jet is a perfect addition to the team, and the story takes the team from Seattle to Paris to Shanghai in pursuit of their quarry where Jet and her colleagues must do whatever they have to bring down Read my reviews by the same author over here
Thanks to the author for the copy.
Traitors From Inside out By M.M Justine Book Review
Traitors from Inside Out: Race to save humanity, the first in an ongoing trilogy by M.M. Justine is a good read. The story is set in Sweden. Martina is a doctor where her parents died in tragic car accident. I couldn’t really connect with the main character she came across as snobbish it was an okay read. There is a sub plot of a love triangle between Martina ex-husband and father of her son and a new lover. There is murder, corruption, and mystery and it covers the basis of family, love and money.
If you are interested to read suspense, medical-thriller genre, with a mix of love story this book is for you. Thanks to author for the copy.
Dirty Secrets of clean Sheets By DK Walker Book Review
This book made me blush, it’s raw, dark and sexy. It’s a quick read and well written. The writing was mentally simulating. The descriptions were vivid I could picture the characters clearly. My favorite stories were About an hour ago and Prisoner of my addiction. If you’re looking for a collection of sexy stories and quick to read this book for you.
Thanks to the author for a the copy.
Artemis By Chris Snider Book Review
I would like to thank the author for this sending me the book to review. This review is coming from a animal lover and the thought of harming them makes me sick to my stomach. Artemis is about Joseph Art a professor, he gets betrayed by a businessman. Toxic chimerical and animal DNA turns him into a protector of animals. There is also a clown Axe, who goes around town killing people. I hoped how Artemis and Axe were going to meet somehow. I really enjoyed this book, it’s entertaining fun quick read.
Set Free By Anthony Bidukla Book Review
Great book!I found it hard to put it down. Many twist and turns. The author did a good job describing the emotions and helpless that a person go through when being held captive. Don’t be fooled this is not a book ONLY about that. You don’t know who to believe, who is saying the truth, what is what. Brilliant I love unreliable narrators and flawed characters, aren’t we all? The ending took me by surprise I didn’t see it coming. A real page turner.
I would like to thank the author for sending a copy in exchange for an honest book review.