As a former Royal Marine Commando, Brad Morgan is among the best of the best. Now heading up his own unit in the private security world, he lives by the mottos he served by. When Alicia Gladstone, a star in the entertainment industry, is put under threat, Brad and his team at Morgan and Fairchild must step in to find a killer before it’s too late. At the peak of physical and mental fitness, all his years of training are put to the test when he is forced into a world artificial by nature, and too distracting for his own good. But it isn’t the environment that poses the biggest threat. It is the past he ran away from, one he thought he had overcome.
In case I haven’t made it obvious by now, I’m only slightly in love with Jacqueline E. Smith, author of the gripping ghost-whisperer tale, Cemetery Tours. I admired her creepy yet totally fun world so much that I immediately went out a bought the sequel, Between Worlds (up there on my TBR!). Plus, I got to meet her, and she has such a warm, amazing personality that I decided to stalk her on every social media possible – to include her funny and candid blog, A Platform of Sorts (which you should go follow – she’s a delight).
Savaged by disease and riots, the world has descended into a state of chaos. Amidst the desperate remains of humanity, the American government has resorted to extreme measures to try and repopulate their now depleted country but one unwilling subject of their ruthless actions will not suffer in silence.
Escaping from a facility at the heart of their experiments, Eva Cole’s nightmare is far from over. Hunted at every turn, she must fight to survive so that she can expose the truth. Continue reading →
So I’ve mentioned her before and I can guarantee this won’t be the last time I mention her, but Michelle Browne recently released a new book co-authored with Nic Wilson, another author who’s been on my TBR for a while now. Continue reading →
It’s strange for me to host a blog tour for an author whose published work I haven’t read yet, but I’ve seen snippets and excerpts from Melissa Barker-Simpson before. Sins of the Father is sitting near the top of my TBR; of course I jumped on the opportunity to showcase her newest release, Hands of Evil. Continue reading →