Face of Duplicity is the second book in this series and follows the very popular Connections Past. We follow Jeneva and the characters we came to love in book one, and in this story, they are even stronger. However, if we think it’s all happy ever after and life is safe—we’re very wrong.… Continue reading Review of Face of Duplicity by Faye & George Chamberlain.
So very disappointing. This would have received a solid three stars if it hadn’t been for that last page. For that, I gave it my second-ever one-star rating. Shame on you, Author. I waited several years for this book. I read The Fourth Monkey and loved it. It works as a standalone, and for anybody… Continue reading Review of The Fifth to Die by J.D. Barker
Everything you’d want from a multi-genre book. This is a new author for me, and I wasn’t disappointed. The book is classified as erotic romance, but there’s a strong psychological thriller element that’s right up my alley. Jennifer hasn’t had an easy life. After losing their parents, she’s had to shelve her dream… Continue reading Review of Let Me by Tracey Gerrard
Things are not going well for Ilan and Jennifer. And it comes across in the frosty reception he receives on return from his last mission—last in every sense. He’s retired from the organisation that he put his life on the line for, and he almost lost it. He should have been grateful for that, as… Continue reading Review of Dreamcatcher by Amanda Sheridan From Staff Reviewer Laura Lyndhurst
Dream Catcher by Amanda Sheridan Sheridan’s done it again! So we’re opening this review with some sad news. In the words of good old Daffy Duck, ‘That’s all folks!’ This is the last book in the series. The author is leaving Ilan and Jennifer to enjoy their retirement. At the same time, this is sad,… Continue reading Review of Dream Catcher by Amanda Sheridan
A gripping and tense psyche examination of greed, malice and revenge—a thriller for our times. Our protagonist is shady—and not just in deed. Everything about this baddie is locked in the shadows. Who the hell is this maniac sneaking around and causing mayhem? But then, is the baddie really in the wrong? We find out… Continue reading Review of You know what you did by Laura Lyndhurst