Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,742
Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (208 of 255)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,742 - Total Helpful Votes: 208 of 255
Suddenly Last Summer (Snow Crystal trilogy - Book &hellip by Sarah Morgan
Having previously read Sleigh Bells in the Snow, I was more than a little eager to re-revist the O’Neil family.

The book starts on a shocking note and you’re left wondering how this turn of events is going to affect the characters and the rest of the book. Focusing the story on Sean and Élise, we are aware that the pair shared a steamy night together the previous summer, and they’re clearly not done with each other. With recent developments at Snow Crystal forcing Sean to be at the resort a lot more than he’d like, the tension between them is uncomfortable but makes for excellent reading.

Everything heats up (including me) when Sean and Élise are in close… Read more
Polliannah Got Married! (Semya Slotin Mystery Book&hellip by Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba
The book picks up from book 2 but with the focus back on Sémya and her super sleuth mind.

She’s as kick-ass as ever and the story takes some thrilling twists and turns. Be warned, this is not a laid-back, easy read but more a book to make you think, as you slowly slot the pieces of the puzzle together. There are a lot of names, families, enemies and places to remember but it’s well worth it so be sure to read on.

Lots of passion erupts from the pages as Sémya proves what a force to be reckoned with she is – Josh just about manages to keep up with both her mind and body. She’s the right mix of independent, sexy and sassy, plus Polliannah shows she knows… Read more
The Plot Thickens (Semya Slotin Mystery Book 2) by Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba
The Plot Thickens (Semya Slotin Mystery Book 2) by Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba
This short story fills in the blanks on Polliannah during book 1, and boy does it start with a bang!

Charting the relationship between her and John Allen, it’s intense and gripping as you read on and on to discover how Polliannah finds herself in the jaw-dropping situation detailed in the prologue.

Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba makes a clever move, not only by giving Sémya’s sidekick/best friend/sister her own little spotlight, but also by making the book short and sweet . . . and shocking! The reader is then set up perfectly for the next instalment.

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