Tag: suspense

Review: Airborne by DiAnn Mills

Review: Airborne by DiAnn Mills

I decided to read Airborne by DiAnn Mills because the premise intrigued given all that is taking place in our world. You may be wondering why would one want to read a book such as this during this time. Well, I am a sucker for these types of stories and I just could not resist. Ironically, this book was written prior to the start of […]

Review: When I Was You by Amber Garcia

Review: When I Was You by Amber Garcia

I went into this book with little expectations as it was my first time experiencing the author’s work. However, the moment I started reading I knew that this would be a book I would not be able to put down. When you have a story where you question the sanity of the main character you know you are in for a twisted read. When I […]

Review: Game of  Fear by Glede Browne Kabongo

Review: Game of Fear by Glede Browne Kabongo

Game of Fear, book one in the Fearless series, was never on my radar. However, when I signed up to review Autumn of Fear, I discovered that this was the third book in the series. Readers can read each book as a standalone, however, I think it’s best to read the books in order. Abbie, a high school senior, is looking forward to graduation and […]

Review: The Legend of Gasparilla and His Treasure

Review: The Legend of Gasparilla and His Treasure

The Legend of Gasparilla and His Treasure is the latest book in the Matthew Connor Adventures and it was an outstanding journey. I went into this book with high expectations and Arnold did not disappoint. She took the reader on an adventure riddled with danger and suspense. Matthew is winding down from the high of his last adventure. An adventure, which netted him a book […]

Review: Dead Silence by Brenda Novak

Review: Dead Silence by Brenda Novak

Dead Silence by Brenda Novak is the first book in the Stillwater Trilogy. Although each book features a different couple, they need to be read in order as the books are connected. Dead Silence introduces Grace Montgomery and Kennedy Archer. Grace did not have an easy childhood. She lost her innocence from the age of thirteen and since then everything went spiralling out of control. […]

Review: Secret Investigation by Elizabeth Heiter

Review: Secret Investigation by Elizabeth Heiter

      Secret Investigation by Elizabeth Heiter is the second book in The Tactical Crime Division series.  In this new series each book is written by different authors. This installment features Agent Davis Rogers and CEO of Petrov Armor, Leila Petrov.       Agent Davis requested to be a part of the investigation into the defective armour manufactured by Petrov Armor. His reason for the request stemmed from the […]

Review: 48 Hour Lockdown by Carla Cassidy

Review: 48 Hour Lockdown by Carla Cassidy

48 Hour Lockdown by Carla Cassidy, which is the first book in the Tactical Crime Division series, is a suspense drive tale surrounding a hostage situation. It features Annalise Taylor and Evan Duran. Annalise is a teacher at Sandhurst School for Gifted and Talented underprivileged children while Evan is the top negotiator with the Tactical Crime division a branch of the FBI. The story began […]

Review: This is How I Lied by Heather Gudenkauf

Review: This is How I Lied by Heather Gudenkauf

Heather Gudenkauf is a new to me author, and I had no clue what to expect in terms of her writing style and ability to pen a good mystery. The blurb provided hints of a page turning story therefore I couldn’t wait to dive into This is how I Lied. The story introduces Maggie Kennedy O’Keefe a detective with the Grotto Police Department. Eight months […]

Review: Luca by Sarah Castille

Review: Luca by Sarah Castille

Luca by Sarah Castille was a boatload of deliciousness. I can’t believe I waited so long to read this book, having read and enjoyed the first book four years ago. This book hooked me from the start, and putting it down was a difficult task. Every chance I got I made sure I was listening to this dark, edgy, and forbidden romance. The story began […]

Review: Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

Review: Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

Salvation Station took me on an intense, riveting and suspenseful journey. It explored the concept of cons, corruption, greed and the lengths the perpetrator(s) would go to dupe their victims. What was of most interest was the medium used to defraud innocent victims. It wasn’t a unique method by far, but it was a scary reminder of how devious persons use the church in the […]