Review: Nightcrawler by John Reinhard Dizon

Sabrina Brooks has the key components for a secret life as a vigilante at her disposal: a fortune inherited upon her father’s death, stewardship of his chemical company and a desire to serve and protect. In fact, had her father not passed away, she might have pursued a career in law enforcement. As matters stand,Continue reading “Review: Nightcrawler by John Reinhard Dizon”

Review: How Dark the World Becomes

 How Dark the World Becomes by Frank Chadwick. Sasha is mid-level gangster involved in the usual smattering of criminal activities: drug dealing, protection and numbers. He seems like a nice guy, so far as thugs go. He funds a clinic, is good to his girlfriend and is apparently respected by his peers, except for theContinue reading “Review: How Dark the World Becomes”

Review: How To Be a Good Wife

How To Be a Good Wife by Emma Chapman Marta has always tried to be a good wife and her memory tells her she was, up until her son left home to live in the city, start a life of his own. In his absence, the façade begins to crack. She begins to see andContinue reading “Review: How To Be a Good Wife”

Guest Post: Naima Simone, And the World May Never Know…

I’m excited to introduce my first guest post, as penned by Naima Simone, author of Secrets and Sins: Gabriel. Naima is a fellow Entangled author and Secrets and Sins: Gabriel is her first Entangled release. She has another due later this year. When I asked Naima how long she’d been writing for, she sent me thisContinue reading “Guest Post: Naima Simone, And the World May Never Know…”

Review: Fire with Fire

Fire with Fire by Charles E. Gannon My rating: 4 of 5 stars Caine Riordan is a writer, not a soldier, but when he chases a story to the Moon, he apparently steps too close to a secret held by an organisation that does not officially exist, or so he is led to believe whenContinue reading “Review: Fire with Fire”