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Jan Ruth

 
Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,989
Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (294 of 327)
Location: U.K.
Web Page: Janruth.com
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,989 - Total Helpful Votes: 294 of 327
Godcorp by Jessica Smith
Godcorp by Jessica Smith
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heaven and Hell., 3 April 2014
Evie Stoneís boyfriend, Malcolm, suffers a road accident and although technically heís dead, he hasnít quite passed over because it wasnít really his Ďtime.í He wasnít on the hit list, his Guardian Angel has messed up and heís in Godís waiting room, in limbo-land. Heís also carrying a secret, something he needs to tell girlfriend Evie Stone.
Meanwhile, the luscious Lucius Devlin has his eye on Miss Stone, the girl with the Midas touch. Enlisting his help to contact Malcolm and bring him back to earth is a bad idea, yes? Does it stop her? No, of course not.
Heaven has been re-branded as Godcorp and I loved the way the author has presented Heaven and Hell as competitive business… Read more
The Other No 10 (The Sadie Series) by Jo Jacobs
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I really, really enjoyed this short sexy novel.
Set in the city of London with contemporary themes of strong women, big business and sex, Jo Jacobs pens a raunchy story with plenty of character and an interesting plot.
Sisters Sadie and Eva, hook up with Leo and Dickie.
There is quite a bit of sex (explicit, well written) and I'm not normally a fan of too much in fiction but what I liked about this story was that the author has written about straightforward sex within relationships and situations the reader will easily relate to, and the motivation of the characters was clear and understood.
Offsetting the antics between the almost virginal Leo and the predatory Sadie,… Read more
ON DEVIL'S BRAE (A Dark Minds Mystery Suspense Thr&hellip by Faith Mortimer
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars On Devils Brae, 12 Mar 2014
The wilds of Scotland present the perfect backdrop to On Devils Brae. This story has a good mix of romance, mystery and some suspense.
Cassandra Potter inherits her deceased sisterís cottage in Inverdarroch and looks forward to spending time in the isolated Highland village, partly to escape some aspects of her past but also to try and discover more about her estranged sister, Susan.
Before too long, Cassandra is made aware that someone, or something, wants her out of the village, and things that go bump in the night become all too frequent.
Everyone is under suspicion and there are plenty of odd characters!

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