Liars Paradox by Taylor Stevens
I didn’t know this author when I bought her book at a signing in Austin, but I wanted to see her speak. I bought the book and had it signed, but I didn’t have time to lug the hardback around, so I downloaded the Audible for my drive. It was worth listening to the author talk in person. She had an amazing past and story of how she came to write. The reader from the Audible recording nails the feel of the book, and I enjoyed how each chapter had a heading of who, what, where.
I like to read a lot of genres, but CIA, spy books are not what I usually buy. That being said, I love that I bought this book. It’s a whole new adventure for me. Action packed, likeable-flawed characters and a pulse that keeps the pages turning. There is never a dull moment and promises so much more to come. I applaud Taylor Stevens for her ability to keep the reader addicted with her cropped sentences that punch hard with emotional impact. I look forward to the next Jack and Jill adventure.
Crystal Blue Murder, by Saralyn Richard
In Saralyn Richard’s Detective Parrott Mystery Series, things are often mysterious, complicated and dangerous, but Oliver Parrott is never daunted by the challenge. In fact, he has a tendency to choose tough and resilient like his wife, Tonya....Read more All blogs