Monthly Archives: February 2019

Electric Souk by Rose McGinty

Another one of the free books that I got as a blind date with a book and I have to say it is unlike any other book I have read. It really weaves it’s story into your heart and mind, leaving you to wonder if this is what life might actually be like for people.

Electric Souk is about Irish national Aisling going to Arabia to help with various government issues and to help make political reforms. Everyone she meets isn’t always as they first seem and how quickly things can change, when you are in a country where noone knows who you are.

When the country descends into civil unrest, life for an outsider becomes extremely difficult. Who can she trust and how can she go home when the government is refusing to let her leave?!

A great, truly gripping story. Definitely worth giving it a read.

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No Way Back by Kelly Florentia

Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we choose to decieve. This is what should be the tagline to this book, I certainly wouldn’t class it as the usual romance novel and it only suggests at a happy ending.

When ditched by her fiancĂ© only days before their wedding Audrey’s life seems to spiral out of control. Then she meets Daniel who seems to be great for a healing heart but she is convinced he has a secret!

Bouncing between her new man, her ex and all the others in between can Audrey find her prince charming?

I read this book in three days, it was very literally a page turner. It is so dramatic parceled up in just over 300 pages ensures that nothing drags on for too long. Great read for an alternative romance novel.

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