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A lot happened before the Titanic went down. Money was lost and lives destroyed, in many ways. Then the Titanic went down. Such a tragedy. But, was it an accident? From England to the shores of America, the Great Pond is strewn with secrets that seem have formed a bridge of echoes from one land to the other.
Titanic Deception focuses on the what, who, and why ... the when is a given, but you get all of that, too. This tale begins in 1911 and ends in present day. So much has happened, legacies have grown, but the conspiracy remains. After reading this book, you'll wonder if names have been changed to protect the guilty.
Government involvement? I won't say. On second thought ...
The Rakestraws have crafted an intricate tale of intrigue. They've also created characters that seem to live and have lived. The `who did what' is so accurate, so real, that the pages kept turning and I found the people who were to blame.
That isn't the whole story, though. The Chandler family legacy spans multiple generations, along with a nefarious conspiracy that, quite possibly, will outlive the family name.
And then there's the spirited romance. Spirited is not used loosely here. Michael and Sylvia are special characters who are as endearing as any I've read. Their relationship is born and grows with such realism, you'll feel like you know them.
I have one name for you - Soft Kitty. If there's an award for character of the year, he's getting it.
And guess what ... at the end of this story is a plum. Intrigue until the last period ... or was that a comma?
Shadows of Justice, book one, `Justice Incarnate', by Author Regan Black
Jaden Michaels is a hunter. Hunting the one evil entity that has tortured her restless soul for multiple lifetimes. Unable to rest until she saves young girls and women from the beast, Jaden gives all of herself and abilities, even to the love interest she could never have in lifetimes before. The same love interest that has killed her time and again.
This story is beautifully thought out and even better crafted. Entertaining and fast reading, `Justice Incarnate' is the type of story a reader picks up for a book vacation, and never quite comes back. Thankfully, there is another fix. Because `Justice Incarnate' is book one, readers can count on Author Regan Black to deliver pulse-pounding action and suspense in great volume. Don't hesitate to pick this book up. It'll be a vacation that never ends. One where a fantastic heroine in nerve-tingling situations is found. The kind you're used to men navigating. Not here. Regan Black delivers the best of the better half. Thanks, Regan.
Shara is a healer. She falls in love with a soldier who turns out to be the king's son. The very same king that hired her to do a job for his army. Forbidden love is powerful and it overcomes a major hurdle in this story. But then, that's the beauty of this book. There's a whole lot more to 'Sweet Light' than just that.
Jennifer Wylie crafted and defined men exceeding well in this book. Three of them are after Shara's heart and neither is less than a worthy man. Jen didn't excoriate these characters, though they each have flaws. To read a story of love and the challenges love faces, and then to enjoy it; as an alpha male, this book pleased me to no end.
First, the story is unlike any other. Shara the healer does her job exceedingly well. Even as she's broken, beaten, downtrodden, and cast aside at times, Shara is powerful. And not aggressively so. Shara is a pleasant character who sets up the roles of the others so well, bringing a light to the whole story that doesn't seem to exist in other books.
You'll find love, magic, fantasy, and a whole lot of wow in this book. Then comes the plot twist. One so profound and unforeseen, it takes the story to another level entirely. Without dropping a spoiler here, Shara is more than meets the eye and you'll need an e-reader to flip the pages faster.
A.T. Russell, Author.
The Mighty T's main character, Detective Grant Starr, had plans to watch Hall of Fame pitcher, Randy Johnson, throw lasers. Instead, he catches a multiple homicide case that leads him down a road, chasing domestic eco-terrorists.
I won't leave spoilers here, but I will say, 'Grant Starr has the makings of the next great book hero'. Everett Powers did a great job penning this story. First of all, it's totally believable. Seemingly, out of the blue, a plot so destructive takes shape in a worn-down town in California. Involved in the plot is a crazed serial killer, the likes of which I've never seen in books before. The leader of the group is so violently disturbed that Mr. Powers did a masterful job of making hated, but so overwhelmingly believable, readers will wonder if they personnaly know people like him.
Most importantly, The Might T is a blazingly fast read. There's something for everyone between the covers too. Explosions and shoot em' ups? In there. Love interest? In there. Great plot and story pace? Absolutely. And if you're the type that likes suspense, this book is definitely for you.
Why 5 stars? I found it difficult to put my e-reader down, which is why I downloaded kindle for my pc and my android phone as well. The Mighty T IS THAT GOOD and I believe the writer is just getting started.
A.T. Russell, Author.
Expletiving expletive! This dude is hot! Sean's book `Origins' is what's called a must read. The pages even turn themselves. What's more, you only think you know Vampires. I know I did. Or thought I did, that is. Everything changed when I read `Origins.' Sean didn't try to reinvent the wheel with this offering. Instead, he tried something far more challenging. Sean may have changed the perspective of Vampire lore. `Origins'certainly worked for me, and I'm betting it'll work for you too. Being a writer myself, I've given 'Origins' five stars because of how hard it is to write something original, and then do it exceedingly well. Sean Hayden did that. His follow-up Demonkin novel is on my 'gotta get it' list too. When he takes that effort into publishing, I'm all over the Author Signed Copy. I highly recommend 'Origins' as the next title for any book club....Read more