My #Review of Redheads Have More Fun by Sharon Kleve @SharonKleve

Ambrosine Dubreauil’s life is quite, calm, and relaxing until the sexy Remy LaCroix walks into Who Do Voodoo, her voodoo shop on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, and charms himself into her life. Remy’s alligator farm takes in injured animals, rehabilitates them, and then releases them back into the swamp. When he visits Who Do … Continue reading My #Review of Redheads Have More Fun by Sharon Kleve @SharonKleve

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My #Review of Zenka by Alison Brodie @alisonbrodie2

Ruthless, stubborn and loyal. Zenka is a Hungarian pole-dancer with a dark past. When cranky London mob boss, Jack Murray, saves her life she vows to become his guardian angel – whether he likes it or not.  Happily, she now has easy access to pistols, knuckle-dusters and shotguns. Jack learns he has a son, Nicholas, … Continue reading My #Review of Zenka by Alison Brodie @alisonbrodie2

#BlogTour #Review of Liar Liar by Sarah Flint @SarahFlint19 @Aria_Fiction #LiarLiar

From the bestselling author of Mummy’s Favourite and The Trophy Taker. DC 'Charlie' Stafford returns with a superb new, brutally gripping serial killer thriller, where the hunter becomes the hunted. A faithful dog lies wounded beside the mutilated body of its owner. A woman is discovered bound and gagged, dead in her own bed. Both … Continue reading #BlogTour #Review of Liar Liar by Sarah Flint @SarahFlint19 @Aria_Fiction #LiarLiar

My #Review of The Niggle by Peta Rainford @PetaRainford #TheNiggle

The Niggle tells the story of Joe Jackson, a little boy who has never felt fear. Until the day a miniature monster swims in his ear! The monster is the Niggle, a tiny terror, who whispers worries in Joe’s head and makes him afraid. Will Joe Jackson let the Niggle win? Or will he learn … Continue reading My #Review of The Niggle by Peta Rainford @PetaRainford #TheNiggle

My #Review of Web of Deceit: by M.A. Comley and Tara Lyons @melcom1 @taralyonsauthor

DI Sally Parker is called to one of the best hotels in the area after one of the guests, Megan Carmen, reports her friend, Tina, missing. Sally investigates Megan’s background when the woman reveals that she has just arrived from France and Tina is a woman she met on the Internet. Do genuine people truly … Continue reading My #Review of Web of Deceit: by M.A. Comley and Tara Lyons @melcom1 @taralyonsauthor

My #Review of Rescue Me by Sharon Kleve @SharonKleve

In RESCUE ME, Quirky, Private Investigator, Sage McGuire has her self-defence skills down pat, but still needs rescuing from a vicious lobster. In addition to frightening crustaceans, she has a secret admirer known only as Smiley Emoji, a major confusing case, and a purse-snatcher she had to go mano-a-mano with. Sage is obsessed with her … Continue reading My #Review of Rescue Me by Sharon Kleve @SharonKleve

#SolitaireBlogTour #Review of Solitaire by Jane Thynne @janethynne

June 1940: Nightly blackouts suffocate Berlin. Then France falls and a shadow descends across Western Europe now under German occupation. A shadow has fallen over Clara Vine’s own life, too. She is an Anglo-German woman in a country that hates Britain. Virulent anti-British propaganda is everywhere. Then she is summoned to meet the Propaganda Minister … Continue reading #SolitaireBlogTour #Review of Solitaire by Jane Thynne @janethynne