Born into a vampire family, Abbey Marie Cordova knows more than most about them, but meeting the mysterious Nick Desanto rocks her to the core.
Format: an eARC
Dominick Manton seemed to have it all until betrayal destroyed it all. Now his mistakes of the past have come back to entangle him when his ex-fiancée calls for his help.
Theodora Morgan is besieged: the Crusade wants her dead and the Dark wants to feed on her. Then there’s Dante. Tall, grim, and armed, he says he’s here to protect her.
I was so excited to discover a new Jeaniene Frost series! Until I read it. Talk about teenage-bland. Sorry, teens, no offense.
Secretly taking down the world’s worst felons, the next job for charming con man Nicolas Fox and dedicated FBI agent Kate O’Hare is the brutal leader of a global drug-smuggling empire.
After finding her best friend in bed with her boyfriend, Kylie Warner’s confidence dove and she flunked chemistry. Now Jonathon Kadisch is recruited to tutor her.
Fast-paced cli-fi thriller, espionage, intrigue, economic warfare, and behind-the-scenes struggles for natural resources combine with French freelance spies and Bond-like action.
Phoenix knows Robin has a secret, and it’s a naïve dream to believe his record won’t catch up with them at some point. Though neither is prepared for the explosive result.
A Roman is murdered outside a frontier province, and the new governor, Pliny, must sort through the many leads before discovering a betrayal of the highest.
A political thriller that explores the dirty side of politics and business when it comes to sweatshops. Sweat was nominated in 2014 for the International Book Award for Thriller/Adventure and the National Indie Excellence Awards. Review source: The Story Plant, Stamford, Connecticut. My Take Nice set-up. Pretty long set-up, too. There wasn’t a depth of tension or drama in this. Mostly, I read on to discover what would happen next. How would Jake solve this? Who gets caught? Gilleo set up a number of subplots within that kept things interesting with some unexpected twists along the way. On the whole, I liked his characters. Yeah, even Peter Winthrop. At least Peter was honest about himself and I can appreciate that. Senator Day and the Changs…well, ya gotta have a few bad guys so you have someone to hiss at. Every time I started to feel sorry for Day, all I had to do was remember his initial action at Chang Industries’ gate. The lies he documented. His ensuing actions simply put paid to any sympathy from me. The only real adults in this are the ones without the power. And the ones who take it all down! Woo-hoo! It’s just […]