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. 

ANONYMOUS by Jo-Anne Joseph – Release Promotion

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I had a perfect life.
The adoring husband, 
beautiful children,
Everything most people can only dream about.
But, if you’re reading this,
It’s all over,
The mask has fallen,
I’ve been found out.
Secrets have a way of coming out,
They claw at you, 
threaten you,
Hold you, prisoner, in your own mind.
They keep you looking over your shoulder.
How long can you remain Anonymous?

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At first, you try not to notice the obvious things. You lock the door and second guess yourself. You try to ignore the prickly sensation you get when the hairs at the back of your neck rise in caution. But you reach back and rub it, shake your shoulders and carry on. But you feel it, don’t you? That inkling that someone is watching you, maybe even following you as you walk down the street, on your way to the train station or to the grocery store. You smile and make small talk with the salesperson because you want to be seen, remembered. You check in on social media, I know, because I follow you there too. You capture the mundane because you want people to see where you are at all times.  It always fascinates me how a confident person like you, Sin, can be so vulnerable in these moments.
You leave early, no matter where you’re off to, at least thirty minutes ahead of time, so you can sit in your favorite seat, the one at the window that lets you watch the world whizz by. The plateau of land, the clump of trees, until you’re engulfed in the underground. You clam up then, get lost in that head of yours. The dark makes you nervous. You wring your hands in your skirt.
Have you noticed how often you disregard the feeling in the pit of your stomach that eyes are on you as you scour the fresh produce aisle for the best potatoes, unblemished, so you can bake them with the skin on for supper? He likes it like that.
Are you aware that I’m tracing your every step, mimicking your every move? I want to know you, Sin. I want to know everything about you.

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Jo-Anne Joseph is a USA Today Bestselling Author of contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and psychological fiction. Along with a passion for writing, she is an avid reader, wine lover and foodie. Her lifelong love affair with words started at a young age. She’s a business professional, and lives in Johannesburg, South Africa with her husband, their son and fur babies.

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Time Trap by Jeanie R. Davis – Book Review

Time Trap by Jeanie R. Davis is the continuation of the author’s other book, Time Twist. Time Twist is a wonderful book about time traveling. I totally loved it and you can read my review of Time Twist here

Arianna Miller falls deeply in love with Christopher Flemming, the man from another time. After the near death time traveling experience, Arianna totally hates Christopher going back in time to return the valuable art pieces that his father stole from various art galleries across the world. 
Christopher promises to Arianna that he will go back in time just one last time to fix something that his father did. But is it as simple as it is said? The story takes a turn when Christopher declares his love for a woman in another time and decides to stay back in that time. 

Arianna who is a very strong and independent woman herself, contemplates the idea of going back in time risking her life. She could be stepping right into a deadly trap. You must read the book to know what really happened by the end and if Arianna and Christopher really got back together. 

Setting of the story is very important for any book and I must appreciate the author Jeanie R. Davis for being able to set up the story in two different times. I bet that is really challenging. The pace is excellent and I promise you won’t be able to put it down until you finish. 

The book is out now and you can buy it here. I recommend this book to all the fiction lovers in this lock down time no matter which part of the world you are in.