What lies within by James Morris
This is what I call an amazing debut novel!
From the moment I started to read, the story had me in its grip. This really is a rollercoaster that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Shelley is living a normal teenage life. She works in her dad’s auto body shop, and really wants to go to college. But then a text message turns her life upside down. She is in great danger and her mission is now to find out who she is and why she is in danger. Her best friend Winston does everything he can to help her. But maybe he is risking his life by helping her.
Will she find out who is trying to kill her? And why? Is she able to get to know the truth without risking the lives of the people she loves.
You’re going to die
Shelley Marano is an ordinary, unexceptional high school senior…until the day she receives a cryptic text message, and her world tilts sideways. Now she’s in real danger, although she doesn’t know who would want her dead, or why. As she starts to unravel the mystery, the truth about who she really is proves to be more frightening than she ever imagined. With the lives of her and her friends hanging in the balance, one thing is certain:
Nothing will ever be the same
I loved the main characters. Shelley is an ordinary teenager. She made me angry at her some times!
Her sweet dad who just doesn’t know how to read her. He loves her so much!
Winston, her best friend is such a sweet boy. He likes Shelley very much and he would do anything to protect her.
The end was not what I expected and left me hoping for a sequel!
I highly recommend this novel to mysterie and thriller readers
I never heard of James Morris before. But I sure want to read more from his hand.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to read this great novel. I totally loved it!
Ivy's Envy (Want & Decay Trilogy,#1) by Latashia Figueroa
Seriously…..read it, because you want to know what happens next!
Baby please don't go
WOW what an amazing read this is!
Everytime I thought I knew where the story was going it totally turned out different.
It made me scream out loud: NOOOOO Don’t listen!, OMG Don’t do it! Why are you so easy manipulated? Or are you not?
I just could’t put it down.
All Lock Gilkenney wants is a family, but he’ll have to cross the line to get one.
Lock Gilkenney is one of the best investigator his boss/friend/tutor Abner (Abby) has working at Child Protective Services Agency.
Abby is like a father to Lock. Lock’s biological father was an abusive alcoholist. Lock is also familiar with alchohol but he is sober for quite some time and still goes to AA meetings.
When a report against the Mannheim family comes in, Lock responds and finds out that the kids are just fine. Natalie Mannheim tell’s Lock that the report came from her husband and his lawyer because he doesn’t want her to get any money after the divorce. Lock , who can’t get the goodlooking and very nice Natalie out of his head, wants to help her and comes up with a plan.
Will it work out ok? And will Lock finally have the family he always wanted?
I liked Lock, but I also found him naïve some times (made me wanna slap him). Abby is the kind of man that always gives you good advice. And first I liked Natalie, then hated her, then had sympathy for her and ended up hating her again.
Drinking, drunk driving, accident with a child involved are some of the keywords here.
Frank Freudberg did an amazing job in getting my head messed up, it makes me want to read more from his hand.
I highly reccomend it to psychological thriller readers.
Magic Times by Harvey Click
This is an unusual, very funny read.
At first i was told that this book was very hard to put into one genre, and i was like: right… how can that be hard. Well now i understand!
A good looking but not very smart boy is hitchhiking to find the girl he loves, and soon finds himself in bizarre situations.
Dark magic, magic potions and extremely beautiful women are some of the ingredients for this funny story.
I really enjoyed it!