Tinted Windows by Blake Pierce – Book Review

Tinted Windows by Blake Pierce is an interesting psychological thriller. It is the 6th book in the series of A Chloe Fine Psychological Suspense Mystery. Chloe has her own demons to fight with because of her troubled past where she along with her sister Danielle bury their father Aiden. 
FBI agent Chloe Fine along with Agent Rhodes arrives at the small town Pine Point to investigate the murder of a personal trainer Viktor Bjurman. Just about the time the local police department and the two agents start their questioning two more murders take place within three days time. 

The investigation unearths lies, cheating in the marriages that are portrayed to be perfect in the town. No one can be trusted and everyone becomes a suspect. Chloe withe so many trust issues finds herself struggling with the case with so much dishonesty around her. Rhodes who is a perfect partner and also a well-wisher, helps Chloe overcome her struggles.

Author Blake Pierce’s writing style is amazing. I could not put down the book till I turned the last page. The story is gripping and the plot is intelligent. I totally enjoyed the book and the you may buy the book here.

I suggest all the suspense lovers read this book during this lock-down. It’s absolutely great. I received this book for an honest review from Booksirens. 

Beneath Pale Water by Thalia Henry – Book Review

Beneath Pale Water by Thalia Henry is a beautifully written fiction. I really liked the style of the author, placing the events in a strategic manner challenging the reader to guess what could be the next scene.

Delia is a young sculptor from Kurow. She is still grieving the loss of her lover Ben when she meets Luke, a wanderer and somehow looks like a twin to Ben. Luke who always dreamed of freedom and who always wanted to be a nomad, feels drawn to Delia.

Jane who is a model for Delia’s sculptures plays a very important role. She is also someone who is in love with Luke but the feelings are not reciprocated by Luke.

Delia’s mother, Helen, loves her daughter immensely and wants to protect her from all the harm and Luke’s father, Alfred, loves his son in his own way.

Thalia wove the story in an extremely beautiful way. The craving for love, freedom and the games that our minds play to have them are depicted in this book in a very unique way. Coming to the geography of the place where this story is set, I must say, I fell in love. The cherry orchards, Lake Aviemore, Ahuriri river, I won’t be lying if I said the images are engraved in my brain now after reading the detailing in the book. I badly want to visit Aoraki before I die.

I loved this book. It is a very different love story and it has a subtle pain to it that will haunt you even after turning the last page.

Held As His Pet by Vonna Harper – Book Review

Held As His Pet by Vonna Harper is an entertaining book. Sara and Tanner are an amazing couple. The story is set up in a fiction land where Sara and Tanner who belong to enemy nations happen to fall in love with each other. Sara is held as a captive by Tanner and he tries to get the truth out of her by using various methods. There are a lot of erotic scenes in the novel between Sara and Tanner where Sara finds her submissive side. 

There is a mention of BDSM at few places which goes very well with the story. 

Sara is a strong and independent woman who is in search of the truth behind the death of her brother who is presumed to be dead in the enemy nation. 

Tanner is a handsome male lead with strong dominant characteristics, and yet loyal and truthful at heart. 

This is not just a simple erotic novel, but there is a strong story line that cannot be missed. I totally loved the story. Out and out entertainment and if you are someone into hot scenes, I promise you that the story will leave you all hot and bothered.