Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Review: Descent; The Immortal Chronicles Book 1 by Sloane Murphy

~Synopsis~

Six hundred years after The Outbreak, the human population stand side by side with the Fae & the Vampyrs to stop the Demon King from starting a second Dark War.

Seventeen year old Adelaide Tate is in her last year of the Academy, with her eyes set on becoming part of the Red Guard.

Who cares that no female has ever joined?

When a dark force develops an unhealthy liking for her, Adelaide needs to fight for her life and figure out what makes her so different from the others.

Betrayal. Fear. Anger.

She must overcome it all in order to turn her world the right way around again.
Adelaide has one choice. Accept the help offered to her by Xander Bane, or face the Demon Hoard alone.

One thing is for sure. The descent will be bloody.

 
~Book Links~

Goodreads | Amazon UK | Amazon US

~My Review~

Where do I start? I've had Descent on my TBR list for a while now, but I just never seemed to get round to reading it. Then I saw that Sloane was looking for some people to review for her. So I thought "now's my chance". So I did. And boy am I glad I did.

I finished reading this at 1.20am on February 15th on my break at work and I was genuinely disappointed that I didn't have book 2 to continue with straight away. Anyways I digress... back to my review...

Descent is written in dual POV. It goes between Addie and Xander. Each chapter is clearly labelled so there is no confusion at any point. I really enjoyed the dual POV, I thought it added more depth to the overall story.

I found the characters to be well developed and realistic too; well, as real as a Vampyr can be. They are not portrayed to be perfect, they have their flaws which helps with the realism of them. The bad guys play their roles well and I found that I both loved and hated them for it.

Addie is a very determined young woman, she has her dream of being in the Red Gaurd and is hell bent on proving herself more than capable; even though no females have ever been in the Red Guard before.
Xander is a Vampyr who is trying to keep his real feelings hidden and also trying to protect Addie. Xander knows more than he is letting on about Addie, I can't help but wonder if this will eventually come back and bite him on the arse though!!

The plot is enjoyable, easy to become immersed in and holds you captive until the end, where your left wanting more. I felt completely surrounded by Addie, Xander and their thoughts, feelings and emotions throughout.  Just when I thought I was starting to figure out where we were heading, BAM, I would encounter another twist/turn that I hadn't expected.

Descent has action, romance, humour and plot twists throughout, and Yes there is a cliffhanger ending!!

For me this was a great starting point, and I for one am hooked! I cannot wait to start book 2!!

*stares at Sloane*



~About The Author~

Hi everyone! I'm Sloane *waves*. I'm 27, a total book nerd with a penchant for travel and I probably use the words Dude & Awesomesauce far too often in real life.! I write mainly Paranormal Romance NA & YA, but I'll be branching out into other Romance genres too.

I was born and raised in Peterborough, England along with 2 sisters, 2 brothers and a plethora of cousins, I come from a REALLY big family! I'm one of the clumsiest people you'll ever meet, but I try to stay on my feet *haha*. I still live here with Mr M & our fur baby Arya.

Please don't be afraid to come and say hi! I don't bite I swear


~Places To Stalk Sloane~

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Cover Reveal: Defiant Temptation; Harden #3 by Lynn Stookes


Title: Defiant Temptation
Series: Harden #3
Author: Lynn Stookes
Genre: Adult, Suspense Romance
Coming: March 24, 2017
Harper Andrews hasn't had it easy; abandoned by her mother, dated a scheming boyfriend, and fought for her father’s life against cancer. But she's always prevailed, until now when her world seems to be falling apart.

Tristan Page never loses control; not at the death and reemergence of his sister’s cheating husband, the attack on her life, or even when his company seems to be failing. He's always in command of his actions until one woman threatens to make his world spiral.

Tristan plays on Harper’s last nerve.

Harper tries Tristan’s patience and self-control.

Forced together, in a search for her mother, they battle their attraction for one another. Harper wants him. Tristan wants what he can't have.

Can they defy temptation or will their explosive chemistry set them on a path for self-destruction?

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Lynn Stookes was born and raised in the amazing state of Texas, where she currently resides with her husband of five years. They have one rambunctious four year old son and three furry children, who create the chaos she couldn’t live without.

One day, Lynn took her passion (maybe obsession is more apt) for romance books and mystery shows and wrote her first romantic suspense novel, Fatal Obsession, Book 1 in the Harden Series.

When Lynn isn’t writing or working her day job, you can find her reading on her Kindle, spending time with her family and friends, or playing on Facebook. She loves running, coffee, and country music in no particular order.

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Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Review: Sergei's Angel; The Night Movers #4 by Helen Bright

Title: Sergei's Angel
Series: The Night Movers #4
Author: Helen Bright

~Synopsis~

Holly Fraser has known nothing but loss in her short life and now finds herself the lone carer of her younger brother. With financial difficulties piling high she accepts a job from the mysterious, yet devastatingly attractive, Sergei Petrov.

Sergei is a born immortal vampire who is often misunderstood, mostly due to his happy-go-lucky nature and ability to create chaos from good intentions.
Recent events have left him disheartened, yet a chance meeting at a funeral (of all places) fills Sergei with hope that a happy future may await him after all.

But withholding the truth rarely ends well and a shock revelation could destroy everything.

Does Holly have the resilience she needs to be Sergei’s Angel? Or are neither destined to find their Heaven?

~Book Links~
 
Goodreads | getBook.at/Sergei

~My Review~

Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy direct from the author in exchange for nothing more than an honest review. All thoughts & opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

Book 4 in this series is all about Sergei. Sergei has been a part of this series from the very beginning he's always been in the background, but now we finally meet the real Sergei. We join him in his chance of love & happiness, we can now get to understand just what makes him tick.  

Sergei is at a funeral of an ex-Night Movers employee, when the granddaughter of the deceased catches his eye; her name Holly. Holly lives with her younger brother Matty. Their gran was the one looking after them, but now she's gone it falls to Holly. Holly knows that this won't be easy especially as she has no job, her gran's insurance has covered the funeral but other than that they are running out of money & the heating is broken & until Holly finds a job she cannot afford to get it fixed.  

After the funeral there is a funeral tea at the local community hall, this is where Sergei witnesses how bad things must be for Holly. Sergei is stood with Maggie; a Night Movers employee; when Holly comes over & asks Maggie if Night Movers have any daytime job vacancies, when Maggie says no Sergei has an idea. He offers Holly a position as his PA, she gladly accepts. After a brief discussion they arrange to meet again & Holly hugs Sergei, now Sergei shows for sure that he wants Holly.


Will Sergei and Holly be more than colleagues? What will Holly think when she learns that Sergei is a born immortal?

Sergei is an amazing character, he has been since we first met him. He is loyal, loving, reliable & funny. Once he meets Holly he shows that he also has a softer side which is why he fears telling Holly that he is a born immortal. After seeing Sergei in the first 3 books this nervousness & uncertainty seemed a little uncharacteristic for him but it was a needed development in his personality, it also made him more real too.

Holly is a strong young woman, she's not afraid to do what is needed in order to try & provide for both Matty & herself, although Matty seems to come first to her. At first she seems unsure about Sergei's actions & affections but as time goes by they grow closer, she knows that Matty enjoys being around Sergei & that Sergei adores Matty.

The plot moves at a great pace, never becoming boring. The descriptions given are written well & really help to draw you further into this world of humans & immortals, making you feel every bit a part the scenes & events. The characters interact well together & they display many levels of realism, their personalities have gotten stronger & become clearer throughout. Each of them has a place in my heart & they will be missed.

I have loved reading every page of Sergei's Angel, it has been a joy to have been a part of Sergei's world, to have felt & witnessed all of his nervousness, happiness & humour in his story. For me this book deserves a rating of



That's it I've finally come to the end of this fantastic series. *stares at Helen* I am looking forward to see what Helen does next & I'll be (im)patiently waiting & stalking her! ;)

If you enjoy reading romance books I'd definitely recommend giving The Night Movers Series a read.

~About Helen~

Helen Bright is forty-something, married, mum of two grown-up daughters, and has two grandchildren that are the light of her life.

She lives in a South Yorkshire village and enjoys walking her two dogs, writing, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

Helen bases her paranormal romance series in and around Yorkshire. The Night Movers Vampires live and work with the humans they employ in modern day Yorkshire, and Helen creates scenes that show the "normal" in paranormal.

~Places To Stalk Helen~
 
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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Review: Gregor's Reason; The Night Movers #3 by Helen Bright

Title: Gregor's Reason;
Series: The Night Movers #3
Author: Helen Bright


~Synopsis~

Chloe has spent years recovering from the traumas in her life. Finally feeling stronger, she meets a man who makes her question everything.

Gregor is a vampire, billionaire businessman, and a Dom. His fascination with Chloe has him questioning everything he thought he knew, and his once famous control seems almost none existent in her presence.

When fear and betrayal intervene, Gregor takes what he feels belongs to him.
Will Gregor be able to convince Chloe that bonding with him is exactly what she needs?
Can Chloe forgive Gregor and take a chance on the vampire who has stolen her heart?

Set in the sleepy Yorkshire town of Rothley and both Moscow and St Petersburg in Russia, will the miles she travels help Chloe rebuild her trust?

Or will they both end up broken in the end?

~Book Links~
 
Goodreads | viewBook.at/Gregor


~My Review~


Disclaimer: I have purchased and ebook copy of this, using my own money, since purchasing my copy I have received an updated ecopy direct from the author too and have received nothing in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

That's book 3 done already. I can't believe how fast I'm reading these. I think I need to slow down else I'm going to run out of these vampires & their stories.  

This one is a little more self explanatory, as in who our main character is. Yep you guessed it, it's Gregor; the mighty Russian vampire. We already know quite a bit about Gregor from the previous book but now the focus is firmly on him. I have to admit I kinda expected Gregor to end up with Freya, but no I was wrong.

As we expect the usual characters are present as & when needed, again we are also introduced to new ones too; for instance Chloe. Chloe has endured an unpleasant past & now she has drawn a line under it & is moving on with her life. And then she meets the mysterious Gregor.

These two are an unlikely pair. Want to know if they work? Guess you'll need to grab yourself a copy to find out.

In true Helen fashion we are launched back into this world of vampires & humans. Boundaries & friendships will be pushed & tested maybe to their limits.

Gregor is a strong character, quite dominating. He's not afraid to seek what he wants or to say what he wants. Chloe on the other hand seems fairly reserved & shy. But she's also curious about Gregor & her feelings. Through their actions the characters show that they have real feelings, thoughts & emotions. That makes them even more endearing to the reader, you can't help but allow them into your heart.

The events that take place & the issues the characters face are so realistic, it is easy to see that everyday people would deal with these same issues (not vampirism so much), it is because of this that these characters feel so realistic.

Helen has yet again demonstrated that she is capable of giving enough details to keep your interest but that create a trail of crumbs that you have to follow, that make you turn the page to find out more. I know after I started Gregor's Reason I didn't want to stop. The pace & flow fit the overall story well. The reader's interest is caught at the start & held until the end.

Gregor's Reason is full of love, lust, passion, romance & also has a good amount of humour in it too. There are some real laugh out loud moments, which were very fitting.

For me this was another fantastic addition to this series & I'm thoroughly looking forward to book 4.





~About Helen~

Helen Bright is forty-something, married, mum of two grown-up daughters, and has two grandchildren that are the light of her life.

She lives in a South Yorkshire village and enjoys walking her two dogs, writing, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

Helen bases her paranormal romance series in and around Yorkshire. The Night Movers Vampires live and work with the humans they employ in modern day Yorkshire, and Helen creates scenes that show the "normal" in paranormal.

~Places To Stalk Helen~

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Monday, January 30, 2017

Review: Blood & Secrets: The Night Movers #2 by Helen Bright

Title: Blood & Secrets
Series: The Night Movers #2
Author: Helen Bright

~Synopsis~

Keeley Saunders has finally got her life together, and the future looks rosy for the lonely single parent for a change. She has a new job as P.A to the Russian billionaire vampire Gregor Antonov, her daughter Daisy is about to start full time school, her dad is finally getting help with his alcohol addiction, and she’s found love with the man/vampire of her dreams.

But people are keeping secrets which is rarely a good thing.

Just when things couldn’t get any better for Keeley she is the victim of a brutal attack that changes her life forever.

Will Keeley ever get a chance at real happiness again? And are all secrets bad?


~Book Links~

Goodreads | getBook.at/Blood

~My Review~


Disclaimer: I have purchased and ebook copy of this, using my own money, since purchasing my copy I have received an updated ecopy direct from the author too and have received nothing in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

This is the second book in the Night Movers Series by Helen Bright & as much as I've seen reviews saying this can be read as a standalone personally l disagree. I think you need to have read book 1 first because certain events in this book continue from book 1 as do the characters.

The focus this time is predominately on Keeley & Josh, although Freya & Daniel sneak in later in the book. Keeley has worked for Night Movers for a while but for the past 5 months she has been Gregor's PA. Keeley knows about the owner's of Night Movers being vampires as is Gregor, it doesn't bother her, she enjoys her work & see's them as her friends too.

Josh had taken Keeley & her daughter back home to her fathers house, only to find her father drunk. With a little help from Josh, Keeley's dad agrees to get help from the doctor. Josh, Keeley & Daisy head back to Josh's place.

Over the course of time things between Josh & Keeley change. Can they both accept the changes & the secrets that are uncovered?

Again I found Blood & Secrets to be captivating. I was pulled head first back into the world of The Night Movers Vampires, I was there alongside each & everyone of them vampire or human. It was good to see that Keeley, Daisy & Josh were eventually getting some happiness & good luck.

Helen has written another compelling story that will wrap it's fingers around your heart & mind. The character's that we already know (from book 1) are even more loveable; they show more progression as they demonstrate different aspects of their individual personalities & more emotion. The new character's that we are introduced to soon earn their place in your heart along with everyone else & they integrate into the group without too many issues but in a way that is believable.

The writing has continued to be descriptive & informative but in such away that you can't help but keep reading to find out more. The pace is good & flows naturally, it captures your attention & holds it throughout. I found it easy to follow & was surprised by the twists that Helen has included.

To me this was great addition to a series that has started with such promise. I for one am really looking forward to reading book 3.



 

~About Helen~

Helen Bright is forty-something, married, mum of two grown-up daughters, and has two grandchildren that are the light of her life.

She lives in a South Yorkshire village and enjoys walking her two dogs, writing, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

Helen bases her paranormal romance series in and around Yorkshire. The Night Movers Vampires live and work with the humans they employ in modern day Yorkshire, and Helen creates scenes that show the "normal" in paranormal.

~Places To Stalk Helen~


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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Review: My Love Forever; The Night Movers #1 by Helen Bright

Title: My Love Forever
Series: The Night Movers #1
Author: Helen Bright

~Synopsis~

Alex knew Julia was meant to be his when he saw her fourteen years ago with her father at a party thrown by his company Night Movers.
She was a young innocent eighteen year old and off to university shortly, so he decided to let her live a little before he made her his. After all he was a nine hundred and fifty year old vampire living and working in his company, alongside the humans he employed in modern day Yorkshire. He had waited this long to find love so he could wait a little longer.

Not quite a year later Julia is engaged and later married.
Alex thought his chance at love with Julia was gone.

Fourteen years on and a terrible accident leaves Julia with a devastating tragedy that no parent should have to go through, and her marriage breaks down.
Julia then finds herself back home in Yorkshire and applying for a Job with Night Movers.
Will Alex convince Julia to be his after all she has been through? And can she accept the fact that he is a born immortal vampire?

Gina has sacrificed her happiness to stay in a loveless marriage for the sake of her family for many years. But now they are grown and she’s still unhappy but won’t leave because she feels like a failure.
Nik, a vampire and co-owner of night movers is in love with Gina, but she lacks confidence in herself and can never accept that someone like Nik could love her.
Will Nik convince her that she’s all he needs?
This new paranormal romance takes you to the village of Barrowfield where the Night Movers transport company, owned by three vampires is based.
Sadness, humour, friendship, love and sex, makes this series a must read for fans who like their paranormal romance with extra bite.

***Due to adult content this book should only be read by persons aged 18 or over. ***

~Book Links~

Goodreads | getBook.at/Forever


~My Review~

Disclaimer: I have purchased and ebook copy of this, using my own money, since purchasing my copy I have received an updated ecopy direct from the author too and have received nothing in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

My Love Forever is Alex & Julia's story. Alex is a centuries old vampire, Julia is the human daughter of one of Alex's employees. Alex first saw Julia when she was 14 years old. He hadn't realised how much she had grown & changed until seeing her at the Christmas party with her father, where she was 18 years old & about to head off to university. Alex has one dance with Julia then leaves the party due to the feelings that dancing with her caused & knowing that she is too young to bring into his world.

Julia leaves for university & announces a year later that she is engaged. 14 years pass & Alex has been sneakily watching from time to time. Then something happens & Julia's world is turned upside down. Her father turns to the one person he knows can help her... Alex.

Now that their paths have crossed again will Julia finally learn the truth about Alex & his family? Will she accept it?

This is Helen's debut novel & I think that it's a really good start. I loved that it is set in the UK in places that I know of. My Love Forever has set the scene for this series well. It has enough background information that you don't become lost or confused & you could feel as though you know the area it's set in even if you don't.

The characters are easy to relate to, their emotions are so real & convincing. Alex & Julia are the main two but there's also Nik, Josh, Gina & Freya to name just a few. They all play key parts & add more to the story. Each chapter clearly states whose POV we are reading as it does change throughout, but it's never confusing.

The book has some delicate issues as a result of certain events & I believe that Helen handles these with the appropriate level of care & sensitivity, only mentioning them in as much detail as is necessary. Helen writing style works well too. She describes things clearly & in such a way that it is easy to picture where the characters are as well as what they are doing. The story has a smooth even pace that pulls you in & takes you along for the ride.

I've thoroughly enjoyed reading book 1 of this series & I can not wait to continue with book 2 to see where Helen goes next. I'm just lucky that I already have books 2 & 3 to continue with. Overall I think this is a promising start to both the series & this author's writing career. If you like paranormal romance & you haven't yet read My Love Forever I'd suggest grabbing a copy & meeting Alex & Julia for yourself. You never know you to might find yourself hooked on these vamps too! :)
 
 



~About Helen~

Helen Bright is forty-something, married, mum of two grown-up daughters, and has two grandchildren that are the light of her life.

She lives in a South Yorkshire village and enjoys walking her two dogs, writing, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

Helen bases her paranormal romance series in and around Yorkshire. The Night Movers Vampires live and work with the humans they employ in modern day Yorkshire, and Helen creates scenes that show the "normal" in paranormal.

~Places To Stalk Helen~

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Tour & Review: Cirque Act 2 by Ashleigh Giannoccaro

CIRQUE: ACT 2 by Ashleigh Giannoccaro

Without my box I can’t be me
Kidnapped by a clown close to the sea
He’s torn inside where one equals two
One I hate, the other I love true

Secrets and lies become alibis
Sivan is damaged, it’s in his eyes
Riddles unravel when you know who masters
Now Imogene’s only home is Masters

An eye playing spy held me together
When I broke, he broke, two ends of frayed tether
We’re joined by the past like twin souls in hell
Innocent angels molested, and fell

I escaped it, but need to go back.
To love the man with his face painted black.
The circus is known for its eternal magic
Our tent of freedom is simply tragic.

Once a little girl fell, then she fell for me
I’m a fool, and she’s a fool for me
There’s a clown inside us all; a purpose
But this life, it’s all just a circus.


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— CIRQUE: ACT 1 

— EXCERPT 
Sivan
I squash the costumes, and bits I bought, into my car as best I can. The back window is completely blocked and I cannot see out of it at all. The clothing smells old and has that musty, almost stale smell, as if the sweat of the original owners is still in the fabric.
The pictures from his office have my mind spinning. He was part of my circus; he was there. That was his family’s circus. When I asked he just got upset and dismissed me, hurrying me to leave. I struck a nerve with him. I desperately want to know more, to ask him more, but risk losing him as a supplier.
My last task is shopping. We need food, toilet paper, and the other shit required to live on the fringes. I stop at the small coastal town nearest my new home and make my way around the few stores there. All I require are the basics, and a somewhat decent coffee. The folks in the stores eye me like the stranger I am, looking me up and down.
In a small grocer I gather fresh produce to cook with. A friendly girl behind the counter smiles and greets me; she doesn’t look at me like the older people have.
“Do you know where I can get a haircut in town?” I ask, while she bags my purchases into green plastic bags. She snickers and looks at me with a sweet smile.
“Two blocks up turn left, there’s a barber, but I think he’d shave it bald if you let him at that.” She eyes my messy long hair. “I wouldn’t cut it if I were you. Here.” She rolls a hair tie off her skinny wrist and hands it to me. “Just pull it back. The man-bun is all the rage nowadays.”
Giving a nod of thanks I pull my hair up into her pink elastic band and pay for the groceries. The final item on my list is done and I am relieved, ready to return to my own world and leave this charade of normal behind me.
“Thank you.” I smile as I grab the bags from the end of her counter.
“Pleasure, new guy in town.” She giggles and turns to help the purple haired old lady who has now ambled up to her cash register.
I leave the store feeling better. This day wasn’t what I hoped it to be, and the answers I wanted are now more questions. My heart is heavy with my mother’s confessions and Gavin’s betrayal. I am human and I feel just like they do.
Fuck me, this is all hurting me more than it should.
The short drive back home isn’t long and the hot afternoon sun is relentless on the car. Even with the AC on the sun burns me through the window.
Bouncing on the rutted dirt track I make my way to the tent, uneasiness making me check my mirrors and scan the surrounds. I feel as if I have been outed; that someone knows I am here now.
When I get out into the searing heat I look at the trailer where she is, and she is standing at my window staring out at me. She looks tired and dirty, broken and defeated. I hardly recognise my beautiful aerial dancer, but I recognise something else. Her eyes are as dead as the ones I watched through the window that summer, glassed over and devoid of emotion, as if the soul in them has perished and floated away with the wind.

 
 
~My Review~
 
Disclaimer: I recieved a free ecopy in exchange for nothing more than an honest review. All thoughts & opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

When I saw Cirque Act 2 on my kindle I was so excited. I couldn't wait to sit down & read it, but I had too. When I did sit down with Cirque Act 2 it book me one day to read it!

Back to the review. I'll try & keep it spoiler free. BUT if you haven't read Act 1 then read NO further until you have, I beg you.

We rejoin Sivan & Imogene at Sivan's circus. Imogene is there by a choice not of hers. Sivan on the other hand wants to be there but so does his clown. When the past & present collide will they face their demons & fears or run scared? The biggest question of all still remains...

Will anyone love the clown?

I found Act 2 much darker than Act 1. I actually feared the clown at time in this book. I felt that the clown was a little more unhinged at times almost as if he was right on the edge. That said this was perfectly fitting for the story & the character himself, it was a natural yet twisted progression.

The characters show development in this book, they show their flaws, strengths & weaknesses in such a believable & realistic way. I found myself feeling sorry for Imogene & wanting to reach out to her several times. But this was also true for Sivan & the clown too.

The story is told with such passion & raw emotion that it could be felt through each & every page. Miss Giannoccaro has delivered another amazing story which contained the answers to the questions Act 1 created, as well as giving us more new information which helps with understanding this dark & twisted tale. From page I my mind was no longer my own. My thoughts were consumed by Imogene & the Clown.

At times Cirque Act 2 made me feel like I should have put the book down & walked away, but I couldn't, I wouldn't! I guess I felt like Sivan all those years ago looking through the window. Hopefully it won't leave me quite as twisted! ;) Maybe I'm already as twisted because I enjoyed this series so much.

I found Cirque Act 2 to be a dark, twisted, thought provoking tale that ensnared me from the beginning. It also made me wonder do I love the Clown? My answer is yes. Yes I do love the clown!

I love this book. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to anyone who loves a dark, twisted romance. My only advice is make sure you read Act 1 first. I have no choice but to rate Cirque Act 2 by Ashleigh Giannoccaro a huge...

 
 
 
 
 


— ABOUT THE AUTHOR —
Bestselling Author Ashleigh Giannoccaro writes edgy dark romance and erotic horror, self published by choice she writes the stories others don’t dare. Currently residing in Johannesburg South Africa with her husband and two daughters Ashleigh enjoys writing stories that make you fall in love with the unlovable and leave you asking questions. When not writing she can be found with her kindle in a sunny spot reading or traveling with her family.