December/January Book Reviews

Here is what you can expect to see reviewed in Dec/Jan.

Mirror Worlds Book 1: The Long and Lonely Path by Simon Beecher

Synopsis Straight From Amazon:

As a young girl Chloe Alba’s life couldn’t have been any better, but life is fragile and when her parents are mercilessly slaughtered when she is just six years old by an unknown killer her life changes forever.

The world that she thought she knew has been a lie and is inhabited by Vampires, Lycans and Shapeshifters who have been at war for thousands of years. This war is brought to the door of Chloe Alba who’s life has already unknowingly been touched by these creatures. She is in possession of something that both the Vampires and Lycans need to ensure their survival, yet all she wants is revenge and will stop at nothing to get it.

But be careful what you wish for…


The Man I Love by Suanne Laqueur

Synopsis Straight From Amazon:

Erik Fiskare once had the bravery to make a gunman stand down. Now he lacks the courage to confront his own past.

As a college freshman, Erik is drawn to the world of theater but prefers backstage to center stage. The moment he lays eyes on a beautiful, accomplished dancer named Daisy Bianco, his atoms rearrange themselves and he is drawn into a romance both youthfully passionate and maturely soulful. It is a love story seemingly without end. But when a disturbed friend brings a gun into the theater, the story is forever changed. Six lives are lost and Daisy is left seriously injured, her professional dreams shattered.

Traumatized by the experience, the lovers spiral into depression and drug use until a shocking act of betrayal destroys their relationship. To survive, Erik must leave school and disconnect from all he loves. He buries his heartbreak and puts the past behind. Or so he believes.

As he moves into adulthood, Erik comes to grips with his role in the shooting, and slowly heals the most wounded parts of his soul. But the unresolved grief for Daisy continues to shape his dreams at night. Once those dreams were haunted by blood and gunfire. Now they are haunted by the refrain of a Gershwin song and a single question: is leaving always the end of loving?


The Demeter Code by Russell Brooks

Synopsis Straight From Amazon:


When two American embassies in northern Africa are bombed, CIA operatives, Ridley Fox and Nita Parris, are assigned to track down the perpetrators. However, when their top asset is killed in a failed op, the agents suspect that there may be a new threat. Their search for the truth puts them on a collision course with a powerful multinational—which will go to extreme lengths to bury its criminal activities. However, the agents soon learn that someone with a personal vendetta against that company not only knows their secrets, but will expose them in a way that could result in the largest single-day attack against America.


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