Sunday, 5 February 2017

Guns for Angels


Author: Viviana MacKade

Genre: Fiction, Romantic Thriller

Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing, Canada

Reviewed by: C Sreedevan

TRE Rating: ✪✪✪✪✰

Book Review: Hell breaks loose on Ann Holloway- a yoga instructor when she finds herself in a life threatening situation of which she has no clue whatsoever. She does best to run away only to lose her sister Mary the one who knew it all and instead fall into the company of a brawny stranger on a mission to help her. Mark 'the bear' knows nothing other than keeping her safe. As both disembark on a journey they know nothing about and try to find their enemies, a relation of mutual trust is built. 

The novel is fast paced, lively and has a beautiful side of romance based on mutual trust. The characters Ann and Mark are deep and would engross you into their world. A perfect combination of damsel meets hulk their story entertains you to the core. Other than an obvious ending there is nothing which could hold you back from enjoying the book.

How far would they go to save each other? Will Mark give in to his emotions for Ann? Grab your copy now! 


Friday, 30 December 2016

Villain


Author: D W Wilson 

Genre: Crime Fiction

Publisher: Createspace 

Reviewed by: Shane West 

The Readers Express Rating: ✪✪✪✪✰ 

Book Review: How ruthless can it get? Back in the 80's of North East England crime was a shortcut to making quick quids for some and getting high on Henry for others. Set in the city of Tyneside the plot is based on the events involving Davy who was brought up with a criminal background in the times when crime was equally as professional and merciless as it could be. The days when Villains played by the rules of the game. When a gunshot wasn't enough to inflict pain and revenge was not just a word!

The story is inspired by true events and manages to encapture the details of the Wild West phenomena in the country. The book spans around many English and Scottish cities like Newcastle and Aberdeen. With a lot of violence and the English county slangs a.k.a. Tom Hardy this book is not for the ones looking for some soft reading. In short this crime saga gets down to some serious business right from the very start. 

Will crime pay for Davy in the long run as he witnesses a significant change in the Villain rules of the 90s? Will the legacy of old school villains be passed on to the next century? Find out for yourself in this book of crime and cocaine out now on our exclusive Amazon links!

Friday, 23 December 2016

The Love Prisoner



Author: Margaret Singh Punj

Genre: Fiction/Romance

Publisher: Petals Publishers, India

Reviewed by: Shane West

The Readers Express Rating: ✪✪✪✰✰

Book Review: The story of Amaira- a seemingly next door Indian girl but a fierce warrior from within. Some unfortunate incidents in her life created a force around her psyche which helped her shield herself from vulnerable encounters and circumstances. But little did she know about the void in her which was circumventing inside with the passage of time, until she met another mighty warrior who would pierce through her defenses. Will she surrender to him or pick up her lost shield again?

The plot is interesting but builds up a little late which is why the book seems like just another mushy call center-IITians inspired-Indian authors book in the beginning. The characters are appealing and the author has mastered in portraying their strong emotions. The length of the book is a modest cent but the story manages to maintain a good momentum till the end which is why you would want to read more. I expect the author to come up with a sequel to the open ended story. Find out The Love Prisoner in Amaira now available on our exclusive Amazon book links below.