On the Shelf Review: Blog Tour Maggie James, The Second Captive.

Genre: Mystery/Thriller.

Book Description:

Beth Sutton is eighteen years old when she is abducted. Held prisoner in a basement, she’s dependent on her captor for food, clothes and her very existence. As the months pass, her hatred towards her imprisoner changes to compassion.

But Beth cannot forget that her abductor is also a killer. And she has evidence to prove it…

Then Beth escapes

Can Beth escape from the prison that she has found herself in?

And is there a relationship between love and fear?


On the Shelf Review:

I received an advanced copy of this book via the publisher Bloodhound Books.

This is quite a slow burn psychological thriller that really gets inside the minds of both the victim, Beth and her abductor, Dominic. But I have to admit I got quite frustrated with this book. It started off so strong, with Beth escaping from her prison and finding her way home. We then find out about her seduction by the handsome and charming Dominic Perdue, then imprisonment and his subsequent manipulation, turning Beth into his ‘perfect’ companion.

But then I hit the middle and the story started to lag a little.

I don’t think this was helped by the switch in perspectives. The first half was Beth and Dominic and the second half was Ursula (Beth’s mother) and Beth. I would have loved to see a few chapters with Dominic’s view in the second half, see how he was reacting to Beth’s freedom.

It all culminated in an ending, (including a chapter were Ursula actually confronts Dominic), which while it tied up loose ends, it still fell a bit flat.

Rating: 3/5


Author Bio:

Maggie James is a British author who lives in Bristol. She writes psychological suspense novels.6142Per829L._UX250_

 Before turning her hand to writing, Maggie worked mainly as an accountant, with a diversion into practising as a nutritional therapist. Diet and health remain high on her list of interests, along with travel. Accountancy does not, but then it never did. The urge to pack a bag and go off travelling is always lurking in the background! When not writing, going to the gym, practising yoga or travelling, Maggie can be found seeking new four-legged friends to pet; animals are a lifelong love!


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On The Shelf Book Review: No Ordinary Star by MC Frank.

Genre: Sci Fi, Young Adult.

Book Description:

A soldier is summoned to the North Pole, days before the year changes, told to fix the great Clock for a celebration. He has no idea what to do.
A girl, hunted for the crime of being born, almost dies out on the ice. She is rescued by the last polar bear left alive.
A library waits for them both, a library built over a span of a hundred years, forgotten in the basement of an ice shack.
The world hasn’t known hunger or sickness in hundreds of years. It has also forgotten love and beauty.
The year is 2525.

Inspired by the short stories of Ray Bradbury, this futuristic novel is set in a world where Christmas -among other things- is obsolete and a Clock is what keeps the fragile balance of peace.

Written in three installments, this is the breathtaking and sensual story of how two unlikely people change the world, and each other, one book at a time.

Immerse yourself into the icy cold world of this scorching hot new novel.


My Review:

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I was initially drawn to this series after seeing the beautiful covers on Instagram, as you know you should never judge a book by it’s cover, but after reading the except I was hooked.

I’ve read quite a few YA dystopian novels in my time, (maze runner, the hunger games etc) and I feel that M.C Frank has created a very unusual and interesting world here that stands out from the others.

The two main characters Felix, the tin soldier, and Astra the match girl have had opposite experiences in the world and I love the way they play off each other. Felix was a good soldier, always followed the rules and did what he was told, until his whole world is turned upside down when he finds out he has a Grandfather (they are told that all children are made artificially and do not have parents). He journeys to the north pole where he rescues, with the aid of the last polar bear in existence, Astra from drowning. Astra grew up on the colonies doing manual labour with the rest of the women (women are not allowed to come into contact with other men or any education, in case they get dangerous ideas) until she is thrown in the terrify box (a prison that so many people are crammed into there is just enough room for you to stand) after her father becomes one of the most wanted terrorists on the planet. She escapes and finds her way to the North Pole and helps Felix discover the ‘real’ world.

It’s a very short book, that will keep even the most fickle of readers interested.

My only problem was the action sort of petered out near the end and it kind of felt that the characters were just wandering from room to room for some of it.

But it is still a great read and I am so glad there is another book, as this one ended on a cliffhanger with so many unanswered questions!

Rating: 4/5

Author Website: http://www.mcfrankauthor.com/

On The Shelf Reviews Blog Tour: Enter The Dark by Chris Thomas.

Blog Tour for Enter The Dark by Chris Thomas. Includes synopsis, review and Author Bio.

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Publisher: Bloodhound Books

Book Description:

An anonymous website, a few clicks, and Joe Henderson’s life is changed forever.

‘The Red Room’ is the only place where the inadequacies of a weak justice system are righted and where the line between good and evil becomes blurred. When the lights go up, viewers bid, criminals are punished, and the Brotherhood of the Righteous broadcasts a show like no other.

The room has remained hidden until now, when a video arrives in the inbox of the Metropolitan Police Cyber Crime Unit: the torture and killing of a notorious criminal. But outclassed, outplayed, and torn apart by corruption, is there anything Detective Pete Harris and his team can do except watch?

Their only lead may be the room’s latest bidder, Joe Henderson. Because when Joe found the Red Room, it found him too, and now the Brotherhood are watching through the wires, willing to do evil for a righteous cause, to become the men that even monsters are scared of.

As they pull Joe deeper into the dark web, will he find any mercy and any way out? Or will he be the Red Room’s next volunteer?


On The Shelf Review:

So I’ve read at least three of these ‘vigilante justice’ themed novels in the past six months but what I love is when an author takes a tired old idea and makes it their own, and this is the case with Enter the Dark.

It was one of those rare novels that once I started I just didn’t want to put it down.

There’s a fantastic array of characters from the naive Joe to the evil Saeed Anwar to the steadfast Detective Pete Harris.

It also has multiple POV’s, something I’m not usually a fan of but it really works for this story.

There are some great twists and turns within the story and stay tuned for the last one it’s a doozy!

My only issue, I’ll try to not give away any spoilers here, is that early on we find out that Detective Harris has been off for a significant amount of time and then that he is a single dad. It doesn’t really explain what happened to his wife until near the end and in my opinion should have really been brought up sooner to making the ending that bit more plausible.

I’d recommend this to fans of James Patterson, Tony Parsons or just anyone who enjoys a good edge of your seat thriller.

Rating: 4/5


Author Bio:

Chris Thomas was born near London in 1978 before moving to Buckinghamshire a few months later. He attended the University of Bristol, graduating with a degree in psychology in 1999. It was here that he developed his interest in criminal psychology and serial killers.

After a brief stint working at an investment bank in London, he left the City to work for his wife’s family business, a position he still holds.download (4)

Chris is an avid film fan, especially horror, thrillers and dark comedy- something that he tries to blend in his writing. After attending a creative writing course, he gained the confidence to pursue his dream of writing a novel. He self-published his debut novel The Red Room in February 2017 before joining the Bloodhound Books stable and re-releasing the book as Enter The Dark.

Further works are already in the planning, including a sequel to Enter The Dark, which is intended to be even more dark and disturbing!

In his spare time, Chris enjoys karate (holding a black belt) and spending time with his wife and two young daughters.



On The Shelf Book Review; Technicality Man By Jessica Meats.


Everyone knows how the stories are supposed to go. The good guys win in the end, the hero ends up with the designated love interest, and the plucky band of misfits pulls together to save the world.

But what happens when a villain targets the nature of stories themselves? All the tropes that the heroes have come to rely on are under threat.

Technicality Man and his trusty companion Continuity Leopard must join forces with a group of minor heroes to save the day. They won’t let any barrier stop them. Not even the fourth wall.

My Review:

I have to admit this isn’t a book for everyone, I feel it might be a love it or loathe it kind of deal. I personally loved it. It took the mickey out of all those superhero cliches, including how no matter what how the villain want to end the world, they are always defeated and everything goes back to normal (if only that was the case in real life!).

I found myself laughing out loud reading this book, with characters like Origami Man (who can created almost anything out of paper), Bemused Girl (who asks questions which you always have to answer), Chesty Cough Girl (who can clear a room with a single cough) and Technicality Man himself (with super powered pedantry) how could I not?

Also there is cast of cats (yes you read that right cats) who’s job it is to keep the superhero stories on track like the Continuity Leopard, the Correct Punctuation Lion and the Narrative Pace Cougar and many more!

It’s only a short book with only fourteen chapters and an epilogue perfect for a boring commute or long bus ride.

I would love to see more adventures from technicality man or perhaps even a comic.

If you’re looking for a book that’s a bit of lighthearted fun, this is definitely for you.

Rating: 4/5

I received a copy of this via NetGalley.

On The Shelf Reviews Blog Tour: Shadows by Conrad Jones

Shadows by Conrad Jones Blog Tour.

Genre: Mystery/Thriller, Crime.

Publisher: Bloodhound Books.


Book Description:

Suicide. Drugs. Murder.

DI Braddick is put on the case when a hijacked drug deal has resulted in murder and an eye witness goes missing. When victims are discovered strung up from the rafters of an abandoned fish factory, on the Anglesey coastline, the police are baffled as to what went on. A deserted trawler found at the scene helps Braddick put the pieces together.

Could this be the work of a notorious Russian crime family?

When an undercover officer goes missing everything points to an informer for the family and it is clear they will stop at nothing to the silence the leak and have their revenge.

As the body count rises Braddick will come to realise that no one is safe…


On The Shelf Review:

So I’m excited about this story as not only is it set in North Wales and Liverpool (my home town), it is also written by a fellow Scouser (for any international readers, that’s a nickname for anyone from or lives in the Liverpool area).

The story starts off strong with some nail biting scenes, including the opening chapter showing a policewoman hanging off the side of a bridge.  It contains many twists and turns along the way, reaching a satisfying conclusion.

But, and there is a but, I felt there were too many different viewpoints along the way and minor character were given far too much emphasis.   For instance there was almost an entire chapter dedicated to a Welsh man who only appears in that one chapter and quite frankly the information that he brought to the story could have been done in a different way.   Also at time the dialogue felt stiff and repetitive.

If I had to recommend it to anyone it would be those who enjoy gangster/mob crime stories.

Rating: 2.5/5


Author Bio:

I am Conrad Jones a 50-year-old Author, originally from a sleepy green-belt called Tarbock Green, which is situated on the outskirts of Liverpool. I spent a number of years living in Holyhead, Anglesey, which I class as my home, before starting a career as a trainee manger with McDonalds Restaurants in 1989. I worked in manacamperbookgement at McDonalds Restaurants Ltd from 1989-2002, working my way up to Business Consultant (area manager) working in the corporate and franchised departments.

In March 1993 I was managing the Restaurant in Warrington`s Bridge St when two Irish Republican Army bombs exploded directly outside the store, resulting in the death of two young boys and many casualties. Along with hundreds of other people there that day I was deeply affected by the attack, which led to a long-term interest in the motivation and mind set of criminal gangs. I began to read anything crime related that I could get my hands on.

I link this experience with the desire to write books on the subject, which came much later on due to an unusual set of circumstances. Because of that experience my early novels follow the adventures of an elite counter terrorist unit, The Terrorist Task Force, and their leader, John Tankersley, or `Tank`and they are the Soft Target Series, which have been described by a reviewer as ‘Reacher on steroids’

I had no intentions of writing until 2007, when I set off on an 11-week tour of the USA. The Day before I boarded the plane, Madeleine Mcann disappeared and all through the holiday I followed the American news reports which had little or no information about her. I didn’t realise it at the time, but the terrible kidnap would inspire my book, The Child Taker years later. During that trip, I received news that my house had been burgled and my work van and equipment were stolen. That summer was the year when York and Tewksbury were flooded by a deluge and insurance companies were swamped with claims. They informed me that they couldn’t do anything for weeks and that returning home would be a wasted journey. Rendered unemployed on a beach in Clearwater, Florida, I decided to begin my first book, Soft Target. I have never stopped writing since. I have recently completed my 17th novel, SHADOWS, something that never would have happened but for that burglary and my experiences in Warrington.

As far as my favourite series ever, it has to be James Herbert’s, The Rats trilogy. The first book did for me what school books couldn’t. It fascinated me, triggered my imagination and gave me the hunger to want to read more. I waited years for the second book, The Lair, and Domain, the third book to come out and they were amazing. Domain is one of the best books I have ever read. In later years, Lee Child, especially the early books, has kept me hypnotised on my sunbed on holiday as has Michael Connelley and his Harry Bosch Series.






Book Blitz: The Flames Trilogy By Cassandra Fear

Book blitz for The Flames Trilogy. Includes excepts, author interview, character interview and book giveaway

Hi everyone!

Welcome to a Book blitz for Above the Flames and Surrounded by Flames, the first two books in Cassandra Fear’s Flames Trilogy, published by Limitless publishing.  I’ll be bring you excepts, an interview with the wonderful author herself and even an interview with the main character from both books, Jasmine.  There is also a link for a book giveaway at the bottom of the page!

Book One, Above the Flames:

Jasmine’s sixteenth birthday was the worst ever…

All in one day, her dad died, she met a demon, and her mother rejected her existence forever. After all, the demon who killed her dad was there to take her, and all because of her stupid powers—the ability to conjure blue flames.

Two years later, she’s happy. But happy never lasts…

After moving to Idaho to live with her grandparents, Jasmine has a new life. Almost nobody knows about her powers, and she’s just a normal teenager with normal problems. Then comes her eighteenth birthday—and the earthquake that changes her world forever.

An army of demons rise from Hell. And Jasmine is right in the middle of the battle…

When demons claw their way to Earth, Jasmine is surrounded by hundreds of fire-eyed beasts. Worse, she is captured by a big-shot demon named Bael. He’s a tricky foe with a chip on his shoulder—and the desire to make Jasmine use her powers for evil.

Amon is a fallen angel with an attitude—and everything to lose.

Successfully escaping the underworld undetected, Amon is on a quest to regain God’s grace when he rescues Jasmine from the clutches of a particularly nasty demon he knows all too well. The attraction between him and the not-entirely-human captive is instantaneous. Heavenly sparks fly, but ideas of romance will have to wait. First they have to stop the demon race from wiping out the mortal realm. Humanity’s fate rests in their hands.

Can two troubled angels rise above the flames to ensure a future for mankind? Or will Jasmine and Amon’s souls be bound together—in hell?


Book Two Surrounded by Flames:

The gates of hell have opened, demons are ravaging the Earth, and no one is safe…

Only Angel Blessed like Jasmine Reynolds can keep demons from burning the corpses of the damned in the streets, and turning Earth into Hell. But are the angels powerful enough to defeat the evil horde?

The demon Bael hasn’t given up his quest to use Jasmine’s powers for evil…

Bael kills her estranged mother before she can make peace with her, then takes her friends hostage. When Jasmine tries to save them, Bael assaults her mind and brings out a dark side she never knew existed. He corrupts her soul and turns her into a weapon against the ones she loves.

Is their love strong enough to defy evil?

When Jasmine attacks her boyfriend Amon, not even a soul-healing can banish her guilt. She wonders how she can go on living with this evil inside her. But she has to find a way to reconcile herself with the evil within, and with the truth of her parentage, or all is lost.

The souls of Earth are surrounded by flames, and Jasmine must find the strength to quench the fire before they all burn.

The gates of hell have opened, demons are ravaging the Earth, and no one is safe…
Only Angel Blessed like Jasmine Reynolds can keep demons from burning the corpses of the damned in the streets, and turning Earth into Hell. But are the angels powerful enough to defeat the evil horde?
The demon Bael hasn’t given up his quest to use Jasmine’s powers for evil…
Bael kills her estranged mother before she can make peace with her, then takes her friends hostage. When Jasmine tries to save them, Bael assaults her mind and brings out a dark side she never knew existed. He corrupts her soul and turns her into a weapon against the ones she loves.
Is their love strong enough to defy evil?
When Jasmine attacks her boyfriend Amon, not even a soul-healing can banish her guilt. She wonders how she can go on living with this evil inside her. But she has to find a way to reconcile herself with the evil within, and with the truth of her parentage, or all is lost.
The souls of Earth are surrounded by flames, and Jasmine must find the strength to quench the fire before they all burn.


She continued toward the sidewalk, taking in all the small shops that lined Main Street. Each side looked the same. Blood splatters. Broken windows. Glass sprinkling the street. She saw another body sprawled face down on the sidewalk, a puddle of crimson soaking into the concrete, turning dark brown. It seemed like she was walking through a haunted house, not the town she fell in love with.

Jasmine covered her mouth and she gasped as she passed Mr. Gregory’s barber shop, where Pa always got his hair cut. Mr. Gregory sat with his back to the wall in the doorway; his neck cut open and red streams flowing down it.

Footsteps pounded the asphalt behind her, and she knew the others had joined her, but it didn’t register. She rushed to the barbershop and grabbed the barber’s wrist, checked for a pulse, and let his dead arm fall to the ground. It landed with a thud that echoed off the walls in the small entrance. She cringed at the sight of blood coating his skin. Her stomach roiled and she stepped backward until she slammed into the wall behind. She turned her head, not wanting to see what lay before her.

Caim came forward and crouched down next to the body. “His body’s still warm. They can’t be far.”

“Everyone stay close. We don’t know what we are walking into,” Lamia said quietly but firmly.

Jasmine walked forward mechanically, and Beau matched her pace. She took steps, one after the other, like a zombie. Trash littered the sidewalks. Glass shards crunched under her feet as she followed Caim. The coppery smell of blood filled her senses. Dead bodies surrounded her. So many bodies.

Her voice shook. “Is there anyone left alive?”


Author Interview:

Can you tell me a bit about yourself?

I’m Cassandra Fear. I live in Ohio. I write a lot and when I’m not writing I am usually nose-deep in a book. Oh, and I am a taxi driver for my children. Can’t forget that.


Can you give us a brief overview of Above the Flames and Surrounded by Flames?

Above the Flames follows the story of Jasmine Reynolds. She’s a girl who just turned eighteen living with her grandparents when all hell breaks loose, literally. She finds she is responsible to stop the demons from taking Earth as their new hell, but she doesn’t have a clue where to start. Luckily, a bunch of fallen angels who hates Bael as much as she does join her side and they get to work training and fighting. But, she gets captured by Bael and bad things happen when her friends try to rescue her. But you’ll have to read about that.

Surrounded by Flames picks up right where Above the Flames leaves off. But this book focuses on the characters more. There are a ton of secondary characters and quite a few main characters, so these books are both multi-POV books. But, this one, half the gang is on a road trip while the other half is demon hunting. But, Bael is up to his old tricks, only this time they are much worse and nobody sees them coming until it’s almost too late.


Who is your favourite character to write?

I love writing Amon because he doesn’t know a lot of modern terminology, so it’s fun to pick and choose what he would know and wouldn’t. But, I have to say, my all-time favorite character is Princess Jovi from Land of Strength and Sorrow. She is fierce, but kind and compassionate. She is someone I’d want to be best friends with. And she takes me places I never thought to go. So, right now, she’s my favorite.


What inspires you?

So many things. I can find inspiration in a leaf on a tree. A song on the radio. An old photo. Another book that I love. My mom. My kids. My husband. I mean, this question is so hard because truthfully inspiration strikes when I least expect it.


Who are your favourite authors? 

I love Karen Marie Moning, Diana Gabaldon, Sarah J Maas, Charlaine Harris, Marissa Meyer and Jane Austen.


Do you have any upcoming projects, book three maybe?

I am working on book three, yes. It is title Conquering the Flames. But, I’m also releasing a new series in July, Book One of The Letters of Love Series titled It Starts With O. I’m also releasing a fantasy novel, Book One in The Secrets of Orendor Series titled Land of Strength and Sorry with Bon Chance Press, a brand new publisher. So, I’m working on sequels for each of these books, as well as wrapping up The Flames Trilogy.




Jasmine tapped under his chin and made him draw his eyes back up to hers. “Listen, I get it. The could haves will drive you nuts, though, so I suggest you let it go and focus on the now. It doesn’t matter what the angels did wrong or what they did right. It matters that we are here, now, to stop the demons. Who knows, maybe this really is our destiny. All I know is I’m ready to fight. Aren’t you?”

He smiled and leaned closer to her. “You know, you can be very inspirational when you aren’t sulking.”

“I don’t sulk.” She laughed because even though she’d denied it, she knew she did sulk. A lot.

“Mmm. I think you do. We will just have to agree to disagree.”

Their faces were inches apart now, and Jasmine wanted to grab a fistful of his shirt and pull him the rest of the way to her. She wanted their lips to crash together, to feel the passion that threatened to erupt every time they were together. Just as she was about to let herself do exactly what she wanted, the sound of wings flapping through the sky made her look up. And she froze.

“Uh, Amon, look up there.” Jasmine pointed.

“I’d rather not,” he replied. When Jasmine peered at him, he was staring hard at her lips.

She smiled despite herself, and put a couple fingers under his chin, forcing his head toward the sky. “I really think you need to.”

Amon’s jaw dropped open. “It’s an angel.”


Character Q&A

Can you tell us a bit about yourself?

Yeah. My name’s Jasmine. I’m eighteen. I am a little stubborn, a bit sassy and a whole lot of bad a**. Oops. Can I say that word here? Well, I guess I just did so…ha.

What is life like for you right now?

Crazy. I mean, I’ve got demons swarming the world, killing every human they can. I’m not normal. Never have been, but my power I used to be able to keep under wraps is spiraling out of control. And, one demon in particular, Bael, wants to capture me all the time. I still don’t know why, though.


What is your greatest regret?

Probably how I treated Beau. I should never have hurt him the way I did. The heart wants what the heart wants, though. Beau is and was my best friend, but things are a lot different now. Mainly since he’s an angel…


Which living person do you most despise?

Each and every demon. Some I can’t name, but two I can tell you for sure. Bael. And Lucifer. They both need to die, along with the rest of their army. Hopefully I can help with that.


What is your greatest fear?

Losing the war. If the demons manage to kill off the humans, Earth becomes their new Hell. And I can’t let that happen. It scares me to even think about it. Which makes me fight even harder.


If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? 

I rush into situations head first with no thought and I do it a lot. I want to change that so much, but it’s hard.


I’ll leave you with one last except and don’t forget to check out the link to the book giveaway below!

Amon narrowed his eyes. “Fine. I guess I know now that I shouldn’t try to help you.”

Jasmine huffed. “Yeah, because you’re so great at helping. You took Beau’s side.”

“I took no side.” Amon took a step closer.

“And you act like you know everything.” Jasmine pressed her back into the tree.

“I do no such thing.” Another step.

“You are so infuriating. Ugh!” She threw her hands in the air. “I can’t stand talking to you. You’re like an old-fashioned know-it-all. You’re never wrong. But you’re always wrong.”

“That makes no sense.” He stood right in front of her now.

Jasmine pushed her face into his. “You drive me crazy.”

“You were already crazy. I didn’t have to drive you there.”

“You…you jerk!”

Amon shoved his fists against the tree, boxing her in. “Oh, now we are name-calling? Fine! You’re nothing but a…a…”

“Ha. You can’t even think of anything.” She gave him a smug smile. “I guess you don’t know everything, huh?”

“You know what, Jasmine. You infuriate me. I try to help you, to show you what I have observed by the story you share, and you treat me like I’m a plague upon you. I have learned a valuable lesson today.” Their eyes locked.

She raised her chin. “And what’s that.”

Amon’s voice softened. “I don’t even know why you are so mad.”

She whispered, “Because I know you’re right.”

Silence stretched. Jasmine kept her gaze locked on Amon’s brown eyes. Those big honey brown eyes. Her breath quickened and she parted her lips. Her fingers trembled, so she shoved them behind her and grabbed hold of her shirt. Amon leaned closer, his warm breath caressing her ear. “Then stop fighting me.”

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Author Bio:

Cassandra Fear lives in Ohio with her husband, two kids and two dogs. Hiking, taking care of her fish tank and reading are her favorite hobbies. She loves chocolate, hates driving in the snow and could eat macaroni and cheese every day. In her spare time, she loves to write, and has always dreamed of becoming an author.


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