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Author: Melissa Jane
Genre: Romantic Thriller
Release: October 2, 2018
Cover Design: Sarah Paige, Opium House Creatives
On a fateful, stormy night, a ghost from the past revealed himself under the glow of a street lamp. A ghost whose smile was as cold and dangerous as his heart.
He remembered her well.
She was the one everyone talked about. The poor girl down the street born into a family of monsters. The one he’d obsessed over, taunted and harassed.
The very same girl who’d one day suddenly disappeared.
Accepting his hand, he lifted her off the dirty, vile street and whispered a promise, “No good deed comes without payment,” and from that day on, she was destined to pay the ultimate price.
Seeing her for the first time since she’d vanished all those years ago, had only made him realize his obsession never truly ended.
And now, with a promise to keep, he was going to make her disappear again…
this time forever.
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This was the worst best book I have ever read. And when I say worst, I mean there was so much bad that happened in this book. It was raw, ugly. The good parts were short and taken away far too quickly. There was no happily ever after. There was revenge, though. And though the revenge made me happy, I was still sad by the end at how everything ended. That didn’t take away from how good the book was, though. I like books that surprise me, that aren’t like other books. If there was an HEA, I probably wouldn’t have been as satisfied. It would have been like every other hero-saves-the-day book.
Lucy was such a strong character, despite how bad her life was. Almost everyone in her life let her down. Not only did they let her down, they beat her, humiliated her, threatened her. Romeo was the only good in her life, yet she was taken away from him years ago. When she was taken away, her situation got worse and worse and even more worse. I felt for this poor girl who life would not cut her a break.
Dominic was a sick, sick mother effer. A mobster, he started out as a boy who already loved to control and humiliate Lucy, threatening her for the first time when she was only fourteen, wanting her even then. I thought he would redeem himself, that he would become the hero in the story. Nope. The sick man remained the monster, becoming worse as the story progressed.
There were other characters throughout the book; some good but mostly bad. Neverland is a dark, dark book. No one gets away unscathed. Be warned.
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Melissa Jane is a writer of strong Alpha’s and feisty heroines. Her love for action and romance means she puts her characters through some epic adventures and compromising situations, all with a healthy dose of uncontrollable passion.
Residing on the beautiful beachy Gold Coast in Australia, Melissa enjoys the year-round sunshine with her gorgeous husband and even more gorgeous furbaby, Pocket-the-Yorkie.
When she’s not working, you’ll often find her with a glass (ahem…bottle) of Sauvignon in hand, seeking out adventure with her just-as-crazy friends.
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Title: Carbon Replacements
Series: The McAllister Justice Series #4
Author: Reily Garrett
Genre: Romantic Thriller
Release Date: September 9, 2018 Cover Designer: Rylan Killian
The killer held a knife to her throat—the ultimate decision locked within a dark and deviant gaze.
Determined and dedicated, forensic pathologist Remie Tallin validates her talent by detailing a victim’s last moments of life. Returning to Portland signified her new beginning where a psychopathic stalker designates her a pawn in a seductive game of intrigue.
The lines between predator and prey blur in hunting a medical genius bent on resetting the laws of nature. Evidence has never failed to point Remie in the right direction, yet conflicting discoveries mock the legal system and defy the scientific arena for clarification.
Detective McAllister’s return from leave includes a new assignment along with a partner well versed in subtle sarcasm and innuendos. Discovering the new medical examiner unconscious at the scene of a grisly murder forces him to unite with his brothers against a world of chaos where reality shifts according to a psychopath’s desire.
Reily is a West Coast girl transplanted to the opposite shore. When she’s not working with her dogs, you can find her curled up with a book or writing her next story. Past employment as an ICU nurse, private investigator, and work in the military police has given her countless experiences in a host of different environments to add a real world feel to her fiction.
Over time, and several careers, many incidents have flavored the plots of her stories. Man’s cruelty and ingenuity for torment and torture is boundless, not contained by an infinite imagination. Witnessing the after-effects of a teenager mugged at knifepoint for a pair of tennis shoes, or an elderly woman stabbed repeatedly with a screwdriver for no apparent reason, left an indelible impression that will forever haunt her subconscious. In counterpoint, she has observed a woman stop her vehicle in severe, snowy weather to offer her own winter coat to a stranger, a teenager wearing a threadbare hoodie. Life’s diversities are endless.
Though her kids are her life, writing is Reily’s life after. The one enjoyed after the kids are in bed or after they’re in school and the house is quiet. This is the time she kicks back with laptop and lapdog to give her imagination free rein.
In reading, take pleasure in a mental pause as you root for your favorite hero/heroine and bask in their accomplishments, then share your opinions of them over a coffee with your best friend (even if he’s four-legged). Life is short. Cherish your time.
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