Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2020
This book takes a no nonsense look at many controversial topics in society and does not hold back. Murder, drugs, sex, domestic abuse, and the underground crime syndicates surrounding the rich and famous take center stage in one of the most uniquely written stories I have ever read. Each chapter is a first person account from a different character’s point of view, which I found intriguing and fascinating!
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2020
Dr. Floyd is an incredible storyteller! Over the Borderline is a compelling story with intriguing characters that you easily want to root for. The trial of Zach Barton was fascinating, and peppering in scenes with the unknown Surfside Killer made me want to keep going until the end. With the cliffhanger ending, I’m anxious to read the next book in the series!
Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2020
Gill Anderson’s The Chosen Seven is a nail biting thriller that takes you on a journey through the minds of a diverse and ensemble cast of characters, several of whom find themselves trapped in a restaurant by a radical terrorist with an insane mission. The author mixes the elements of drama, action, and romance, and she does a fantastic job telling the stories of all these characters. Well done!
Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2020
Melanie Smith’s debut novel was nothing short of captivating. The plots surrounding Sera’s relationships (those with Alessandro, her mom, Bryce, and her co-workers especially) are well developed and helps her own overall character development. The conflict surrounding her company and the sabotage from within was a wonderful sub-plot and well drawn out. I enjoyed the story from beginning to end, and the cliffhanger does well to keep the reader wanting to see where Smith goes next with her main characters. I am very interested in continuing this series!
The first book of the Hope Quest series introduces the reader to a number of compelling characters, but the mystery surrounding its main protagonist is what keeps this book going until its cliffhanger ending. It is a sad tale indeed, and I hope (pun intended) to see her develop into a stronger heroine in the next novel, now that many truths have been revealed.