Review: Last Breath by Robert Bryndza

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He’s your perfect date. You’re his next victim.

When the tortured body of a young woman is found in a dumpster, her eyes swollen shut and her clothes soaked with blood, Detective Erika Foster is one of the first at the crime scene. The trouble is, this time, it’s not her case.

While she fights to secure her place on the investigation team, Erika can’t help but get involved and quickly finds a link to the unsolved murder of a woman four months earlier. Dumped in a similar location, both women have identical wounds – a fatal incision to their femoral artery.

Stalking his victims online, the killer is preying on young pretty women using a fake identity. How will Erika catch a murderer who doesn’t seem to exist?

Then another girl is abducted while waiting for a date. Erika and her team must get to her before she becomes another dead victim, and, come face to face with a terrifyingly sadistic individual.

Gripping, tense and impossible to put down, Last Breath will have you on the edge of your seat, racing to the final dramatic page



The Erika Foster series is fast becoming my favorite detective series. I just know when I pick up the next book in the series i’m in for a proper treat . This was no different with this next installment

I decided to read Dark Water #3 and then Last Breath in a mini ”Erika Foster” marathon.

I adored being in this world for the 3 days I took to read both books. Last Breath  was another page turner and a quick  read. The Bookhangover was shocking. I just wanted to stay in this world .

It like all the other books had an amazing story-line as well as  good character development with our usual cast.

Thank you to Bookouture and Robert Bryndza for  being able to read an advance copy of this book for a fair and honest review.

Now I have got to try and wait patiently while Robert writes the next installment!

5 out of 5 stars



Cover Reveal: The Darkness within by Lisa Stone






A gripping new crime novel from the global bestseller Cathy Glass writing as Lisa Stone

You know your son better than anyone. Don’t you?

When critically ill Jacob Wilson is given a life-saving heart transplant, his parents are relieved that their loving son has been saved.

However, before long, his family are forced to accept that something has changed in Jacob. Their once loving son is slowly being replaced by a violent man whose mood swings leave them terrified – but is it their fault?

Jacob’s girlfriend, Rosie, is convinced the man she loves is suffering from stress. But when his moods turn on her, she begins to doubt herself – and she can only hide the bruises for so long.

When a terrible crime is committed, Jacob’s family are forced to confront their darkest fears. Has the boy they raised become a monster? Or is someone else to blame?


Review: The Summer of impossible things by Rowan Coleman

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If you could change the past, would you?

Thirty years ago, something terrible happened to Luna’s mother. Something she’s only prepared to reveal after her death.

Now Luna and her sister have a chance to go back to their mother’s birthplace and settle her affairs. But in Brooklyn they find more questions than answers, until something impossible – magical – happens to Luna, and she meets her mother as a young woman back in the summer of 1977.

At first Luna’s thinks she’s going crazy, but if she can truly travel back in time, she can change things. But in doing anything – everything – to save her mother’s life, will she have to sacrifice her own?


My Review

First off I  just love time travelling tales so when I saw this for review I knew I had to request this. As this would be right up my street! It certainly was!!!

This book was a beautifully written  and very thought- provoking. I got completely and emotionally involved with all the characters and just had to plough through this book quickly to see what the outcome would be.

I loved Rowan Colemans  way of handling the narrative, it was spot on.  I read this at the end of a holiday and was even reading it as I queued at the check in desk. (I was that hooked)

I am very surprised at myself for not having read any of Rowans books before ( I even have 2 on my TBR pile) this is something I will certainly be correcting within the next year.

Thank you to the publisher for sending this to me for an honest review which is above.

5 out of 5 stars