Review: Inescapable, The Beginning
Inescapable is a fast paced romance that doesn’t play by the rules. I like this! Growing up reading romance, I am familiar with the usual formula expected by most publishers. Man meets woman, falls helplessly in love, though some conflict happens, all is roses at the end. This intriguing story throws the reader for a curve ball just when you think you know what will happen next…and I will tell you there is not a rose at the end. As the title says, this book is just the beginning of this tale of human trafficking based in Lima, Peru. I read this almost 300pg novel on my flight to Greece, and didn’t want to put it down. A pleasure to read!
Poetry and Pyres, by Zoe Tasia
Warm entertainment with fun plot and mischievous characters…. In Poetry and Pyres, A Shrouded Isle novelette, Jessie is almost all grown up and about to sail off to University. What will that mean for her budding relationship with Gavin?...Read more All blogs