Saturday, December 25, 2021

High Risk by T.S. Maynard & W.J. McNally

High Risk by T.S. Maynard & W.J. McNslly

Published: 2021

Pages: 103

Rating: 5 stars

Type: ebook

"Jim Sloane, a successful business executive, finds himself locked in his 50th-floor office over the Christmas holiday." 

This is totally my worst nightmare to be locked through the holidays at work with no way out.

From the beginning, I was caught and just had to know what happens to Jim. Although he is not really the perfect person to his family, colleagues, or friends I got attached and wanted him to find a way out. With every clue he assumes a person in his life is responsible I think yes that should be him, then another clue comes up and it could be a totally different person. Just kept me guessing till the end.

"The higher the climb, the further the fall…"

I loved this book and would recommend it as a fast read with a few twists.

New to me authors, will look for more books!

Wednesday, December 15, 2021


I have been MIA for quite a few years but I'm planning on getting back on the wagon again. I was thinking of making a new blog for the new challenges I'm planning on joining for 2022 but since I'm out of tune for a long time and a lot of things changed in the blogging world since, I decided to continue here in my old blog and just chill, relax and not waste time with new designs and stuff.

So for 2022 I'll be joining in a few challenges that I would like to keep track of and be accountable for.

Friday, November 19, 2021

Phoenix Stone by Roxanne Leblanc

Phoenix Stone by Roxanne Leblanc

1st in the Stone Brothers series

Published: 2021


Ratings 4 stars

The book started great with the tension between Juniper and Pheonix. It was incredible from the first time they lay eyes on each other and the attraction was instant but each of them was fighting it for their own reasons.

Juniper is a single mother to 2-year-old Cross and she is very careful of who enters his life so she has been single since conceiving him.

Pheonix is the eldest of the Stone brothers, he is fond of his single life and does not was to love or commit like EVER!

I liked most of the characters, especially Pheonix's brothers. There were moments when I was smiling from the funny dialogue.

A lot of twists and turns in this novel which I enjoyed mostly except that the love scenes kept repeating and it seems they turned into bunnies. It was just too much and with nothing new.

The unnecessary angst Pheonix was dealing with was annoying and the ending was rushed with a cliffhanger.

I might continue with the series since the other brothers are interesting.

Thanks to Netgalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Saturday, March 20, 2021

Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge

Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge

1st in Helen Grace series

Published: 2014

Pages: 421

Rating: 5 stars

Type: Hardcopy

The idea of this serial killer is to trap two people with no food or water but with a gun. Then gives them the choice to both starve to death or kill the other to live. Really twisted.

Then comes Detective Inspector Helen Grace who was put on the case to find this abductor/killer. The serial killer kept getting closer and closer to Helen, and she can't understand why or who it could be.

With so many twists and turns I totally enjoyed this book and it was really hard to put down.

This was a new to me author but I will look for more of his books.

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