#Promo : Singles, Set and Match by Elaine Spires @ElaineSWriter @rararesources

Hello Readers! I’m glad to be part of blog tour for Singles, Set and Match by Elaine Spires, organized by Rachel’s Random Resources. Please check out the book details in this post. I hope you enjoy it.

Singles, Set and Match by Elaine Spires
Publication Date: 1st July 2019
Genre: Women’s Fiction, RomCom, Travel Fiction, Reality Fiction


The fifth and final book in the Singles’ Series takes us to the Mediterranean island of Ibiza then back to the Caribbean island of Antigua, where it all began. 

After making a hard decision two years earlier Eve Mitchell has moved on with the hand that life has dealt her and she finds herself on the White Island working a tennis holiday.  While it isn’t a job she would have chosen, in her typical pragmatic way Eve gets on with it, working hard to ensure that her diverse group of singles, with their hopes, expectations character flaws and baggage, have the best time possible.  And as she binds together tennis sessions, social gatherings, meals and trips Eve hears some tragic personal news that brings her to another crossroads in her life.  Will she and the love of her life Melv finally make a life together and live happily ever after?

Purchase Links:

UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Singles-Set-Match-Book-ebook/dp/B07S3WGLX2

US – https://www.amazon.com/Singles-Set-Match-Book-ebook/dp/B07S3WGLX2

Author Bio :

Elaine Spires is a novelist, playwright, screenwriter and actress. Extensive travelling and a background in education and tourism perfected Elaine’s keen eye for the quirky characteristics of people, captivating the humorous observations she now affectionately shares with the readers of her novels. Elaine has written two books of short stories, two novellas and seven novels, four of which form the Singles Series – Singles’ Holiday, Singles and Spice, Single All The Way and Singles At Sea.  Her latest book, Singles, Set and Match is the fifth and final book in the series.  Her play Stanley Grimshaw Has Left The Building is being staged at the Bridewell Theatre, London in May 2019.  Her short film Only the Lonely, co-written with Veronique Christie and featuring Anna Calder Marshall is currently being in shown in film festivals worldwide and she is currently working on a full length feature film script. Only the Lonely won the Groucho Club Short Film Festival 2019!  Elaine recently returned to UK after living in Antigua W.I. She lives in East London.

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A Spoke in the Wheel by Kathleen Jowitt

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Publication Date: May 5th 2018

Read Date: June 22 2018

Genre: Fiction / Sport-Cycling / Contemporary

Pages: 258

Stars: 5/5

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The first thing I saw was the wheelchair. 
The first thing she saw was the doper. 

Ben Goddard is an embarrassment – as a cyclist, as an athlete, as a human being. And he knows it. Now that he’s been exposed by a positive drugs test, his race wins and his work with disabled children mean nothing. He quits professional cycling in a hurry, sticks a pin in a map, and sets out to build a new life in a town where nobody knows who he is or what he’s done. But when the first person he meets turns out to be a cycling fan, he finds out that it’s not going to be quite as easy as that. 

Besides, Polly’s not just a cycling fan, she’s a former medical student with a chronic illness and strong opinions. Particularly when it comes to Ben Goddard…


That blurb doesn’t speak much about book except that it revolves around road cycling and so it was but there was more to the book. Life literally put spoke in character’s life in this book. It was about coping with defamation, disability, and unfinished dreams; taking accountability of actions; consequences of pushing oneself beyond limits; and moving on in life.


Ben– ex-cyclist, defamed as doper, is trying to start new life in new city with new job leaving behind his cycling career and embracement but that follows him back to this new city. Ben was really great guy, nice at heart, and ethical. I know it doesn’t sound like that looking at blurb but he truly was. I loved his honesty with his new job and new tenants- Polly and Vicki and the way he took accountability of his mistakes. His guilt and emotions felt real.

Polly– She was chronically ill and mostly have to depend on her wheelchair. Because of her illness she had to leave her studies she was pursuing to be doctor. She grumpy at first but as I got to know her more, I seriously admired her. She was clever, smart, straightforward and great friend. I loved the way she was coping with her own problems.

Vicki– was workaholic, cycling fan, and was such sweetheart. She offered Ben to share rent and live with her and Polly when all the world was out judging him for what he did. She was open-minded, understanding, and nicest friend. I loved her till the end of the book.

I loved these 3 characters of the book. Different from each other, having their own problems and living under one roof. Sharing rent and living together literally changed their lives.

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I admit I never watched cycling sport nor I’m big fan of it. But I liked riding bicycle in childhood. I definitely agree with Ben you never forget how to ride bike once you were on it. Ah, after reading this book I again want to ride one.

It was character driven fiction, narrated by Ben, telling his story and emotions very captivating way. His accounts on what happened and why he was banned from cycling and why he didn’t fight it showed the guilt and accountability of his action even though it was obvious to him there was something amiss there. What surprised me was importance of Polly and Vicki in the story that I could not guess from the blurb. I expected it to be solely around Ben’s life but author nicely absorbed Polly and Vicki’s life with Ben’s.

I liked his development from blaming himself for everything and the way he let it go and how Polly and Vicki helped him to understand what he really wants and need to do. His discussion with Polly about racing, opinions and expectations of fans, how athletes and players push themselves beyond their limits to put up with demands and entertainment to the extent that can damage their health and how one mistakes can destroy all their work was thought-provoking. That was the best part of the book. Another part I loved was the way author displayed Polly’s emotions, problems she faces  because of illness mostly in public and how people jumped to conclusions  and can be opinionated towards disabled person was utterly shocking. It showed general and usual social issues, not just disabled person faces it but it happens to all of us.

I wonder why characters didn’t figure out who burgled their house! I can put my guesses there, though there wasn’t any proof, but I wish author have made that factor a basis for Polly’s decision for her relationship. Concept was great. It was easy to read and thought provoking with nice message that readers want to take from the book. There were not big turns and twist but definitely engaging and cozy read. I loved the end and how things settled at the end.

Overall, it was – great book that you can read in one sitting- thought provoking, engaging and cozy fiction. I definitely recommend this book.


About Author:

Kathleen Jowitt was born in Winchester, UK, and grew up deep in the Welsh Marches and, subsequently, on the Isle of Wight. After completing her undergraduate degree in English Literature at the University of Exeter she moved to Guildford and found herself working for a major trade union. She now lives in Cambridge, works in London, and writes on the train.

Her first novel, Speak Its Name, was the first self-published book ever to be shortlisted for the Betty Trask Prize.

 Social Media Links

Website www.kathleenjowitt.com

Twitter www.twitter.com/kathleenjowitt

Facebook www.facebook.com/kathleenjowitt

Instagram www.instagram.com/kathleenjowitt

Amazon author page https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kathleen-Jowitt/e/B01CDJN1HE/

Buy Link: Amazon.in / Amazon.com

*** Note: I received this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review. many thanks to author for giving me a chance to read this great book. ****

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Full Circle by Regina Timothy

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Publication Date: December 24th 2017

Read Date: June 1st 2018

Genre: contemporary,  fiction

Pages: 389 

Stars: 4.5/5

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Eight years after the 9/11 attacks, Samia-Al-Sayyid an Iraqi immigrant is living a quiet life in New York City after she fled her home to avoid imminent death.

She works hard for her cold, heartless, high-strung boss, loves her seventeen-years-old-son, and cherishes the close friendship she has formed with her best friend Susan.

Nothing can go wrong, or so she thinks – until the estranged brother she left back in Iraqi shows up on her door step. Then she finds herself in a cab, on her way to the hospital to identify her son, a terror suspect who has blown the city, and with it her boss’ husband, and her best friend’s son. With everything lost, she is forced to flee to Iraq where she confronts her past. Will she make peace with her past? Can she get forgiveness for all the damage she has caused?

Full Circle is a contemporary fiction tale of friendship, family, and hope. It explores the devastation of loss, the great capacity to forgive and the lengths our loved ones will go to protect us.


Full Circle is contemporary fiction, a story of three women whose life was changed by the crucial period of 9/11 attack and war of US with Iraq. As blurb said this story is truly about friendship, family, love, hope and moreover gives the different perspective towards life, people and world. It highly speaks about compassion, humanity, forgiveness, moving on in life, looking at the good side of things and a person, and finding happiness.


Samia– She was such a great woman. She was Middle-eastern American. She suffered lot as a child, had to flee to US when she was pregnant and there too pain and suffering never left her alone. It was like her shadow. She was so strong, nice, good-hearted, never let hatred and evil poison her pure heart, she fought for peace and good life throughout her life. It was amazing to read this character. I simply admired her not because she was nice but because she was raw, real and also had flaws. I wish she had discussed her past with her son. It was terrible to see what happened to her in the book.

Melisa– She was employer of both Samia and Susan. She was not likable woman at first glance. She was owner of biggest fashion house in the world. She worked from scratch to top on her own. Ruthless, selfish, evil witch was her impression among her staff. She was intimidating, determined and strong lady. She also had soft side but that transformation needed lot of pain and suffering for this character. Her personal life was wrack but she held herself so bravely and for that I just loved her. By the end of the book, as Samia said, ‘Madam Melisa was full of surprises’.

Susan– what to say about her. She was just remarkable. What she went through in this book was unimaginable. I kept thinking, how one person can lose so much in life and still can find compassion in heart. She taught me lot at the end of the book. I just loved the way she fought grief of her husband’s death, her daughter’s illness, and Melisa’s cruel treatment.

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This book was mostly character driven layered with religion, views and mindset of people, misconceptions, injustice, prejudice, social issues, drug addictions, suicide, bully, harassment and abuse, terrorism, casualties of war, and women’s rights and suffering in the world of men.

Book was so creatively well written, narrated by third person with viewpoint of 3 leading ladies of the book- Samia, Melisa, and Susan. All these 3 women was living different life that was intertwined with each other, had their own problems and struggles. Their life story was poignant, not easy to read. It felt real and I felt so close to these characters. The book was steady paced and flowed very smoothly. Emotions of characters were so raw, real, and heart-wrenching. It was true emotional roller-coaster.

Samia’s life and view was more focused in the book and I could see it why by the end. Her life traveled literally a Full Circle. She went back where she came from and again came back where she found her home. It was kind of implausible but can’t deny its amazingness.

Most outstanding thing about the book was different perspective. There was view of American during the crucial time period, view of family whose loved ones went to fight the war, and view of innocent Middle-Easterns caught in middle of tragic situations. All these combined in one book gave totally different perspective. I always believed not all are bad because one person did something bad. One should not blame whole community because of one bad person and that this book told in remarkable way. In this book I saw all sides of humanity.

There were so many lessons things to learn from this book. It was truly inspirational and protagonists of the book were so motivational. I just loved that even though lot of bad things happening in book, goodness in characters was enough to outweigh those bad things.

Hardest thing to read in book was Jack and Azim’s torment and suffering in school. And how they were viewed by everyone. It really pained to see that no one wanted to understand these boys or wanted to know true story of them and most devastating was the bully who made their life hell was recognized as a victim.

Climax was just perfect. I was holding my breath, anticipating next scenes and angry at characters for not taking things more seriously and surprised at the same time. The end was most beautiful thing in whole book. It was insightful and touching and loved what all protagonists said at the end.

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There were so many serious topics in the book but author wrote it little less harshly which was both good and bad. Good because it made it easy to read and bad because I’m sure I would have cried if it was written bit differently, with more detail, emotions and more open truth.


Overall, it was simply amazing, eye-opening, inspiring and insightful character driven fiction that I recommend to all readers.


Author: Regina Timothy

About Author: 

Regina lives in a picturesque village in Kenya where she enjoys amazing landscapes, exotic wildlife, and beautiful sunsets and sunrises. She always had active imagination. By chance, she started blogging in 2010, which rekindled her love for writing and telling stories. When not writing she enjoys watching classic movies (she’s a movie buff), going to the theater and auto shows.

Goodreads – https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/17539626.Regina_Timothy

Librarythings – https://www.librarything.com/profile/Regina-Timothy

Twitter – https://twitter.com/gina_wann


Purchase Link: Amazon.com / Amazon.in

*** Note: I received review copy of this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review. Many thanks to author for giving me a chance to read this book. ***

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What Matters Most by Helen Bea Kirk

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Publication date: March 21st 2017

Read Date: March 17th 2017

Genre: Fiction / Drama / Romance

Pages: 240

Stars: 5/5

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Meagan Morris has lost everything. Her family is dead, and all that remains of them, all that was endowed to her, has been stolen. Desperate to retrieve her legacy, Meagan disguises herself and attempts to rob King of her grandmother’s pearls at gunpoint. When Officer Dell arrives at the scene, King doesn’t turn Meagan in, but rather drops her jewels in a bag and gives it to her. 

As Meagan searches pawnshops and the Internet to recover her lost heirlooms, King now not only fears for his life, but is deeply concerned that his father, Jack, or brother, Ace, may soon find themselves looking down the barrel of a gun. 

All the while, King must contend with the demands of Gayla, who unabashedly wants King for her own and who has lied to him about the parentage of her child. Guilt-ridden, King must work day and night to satisfy Gayla’s demands for money and sex until the truth sets him free.

Set among the cattle ranches of America’s Southeast, What Matters Most delivers steady suspense and savory romance as Meagan and King’s worlds collide!


What will you do if everything you had as a memory of your loved ones is stolen? Job is only helping in paying half of your rent, your distant relative is making you clean the house for hours long in exchange for a place to live. You find your belongings at pawn shops and on internet trying to sell you back your own things? Will you risk life in trying to steal them like Meagan? How much it’s ethically right or wrong in trying to get your belongings back?

That tag line on cover perfectly defines the book.

What matters Most is character driven realistic fiction novel with bit of romance a bit of suspense, and lots of drama. A refreshing love story of Meagan Morris and King Pullman narrated in third person which was focused on their life, their past and people around them. It’s about importance of things, memory of loved ones that emotionally attach you to the things they left behind. 

I can’t separate characters from what I liked and at the end I loved whole book so I guess there no need in sectioning this review.

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Variety is spice of life- here this verity was characters and they spiced this book so perfectly. All characters had their flaws, they were so much realistic and relatable. Book was very lighthearted, funny that made me chuckle now and then. It was emotional and had a feel good factor in it.

The beginning was remarkable, it directly started with Meagan out in her truck with gun ready to look out for her possessions in King’s pawn shop and her first encounter with King. This beginning only made the overview on both character interesting and I knew I’m going to love this book.

Meagan was a widow who lost her family at young age. Her husband died fighting in Afghan. She had no one except her best friend Rhonda (divorced and crazy for handsome man). Her family heirloom and possessions were all she had left in memory of her loved ones, but when they were stolen, it was emotional breakdown for her and also it drew her deeper into financial crisis. She was strong feisty woman who can fight and even can use a gun. She was real nice talented woman but she was desperate to get her things back. She didn’t have money to buy her things back from pawn shop and paying for what was hers was infuriating, nope she won’t do it. So she planned to steal them from those who possessed them. And that’s how she met King and his family.

Meagan’s situation was really bad. Life was so unfair to her, she had a lot of pain in her but still she kept herself going, I admire her for that. Her thoughts and monologues were heart touching, it made me understand her better and that’s why it felt fair when she went on hunt for her heirloom. I feared initially like King that she would end up in jail or hurt someone in her desperation but I’m surprised seeing that she actually never meant to mortally endanger anyone and she hardly used her gun and I like her ethics and compassion for people around her.

King Pullman was rich, handsome, mature, and kind to a fault. He had a great experience with people and could judge them just by look. When Maegan came to his shop in disguise to steal her Grandma’s pear, her action falters his judgment and he didn’t turn her to police. Photo she left at shop made him curious to know about her. He was protective for his family as well so to save his father brother from her gunpoint, he hunted for her possession before she does.

King couldn’t understand her madness and I don’t blame him because these two characters hardly knew each other and it was easy for him to overlook Meagan’s situation and emotion because they never talked about it. But when he searched a bit about Meagan, met Andrew, and in climax met his customer and her Willowby relative, he eventually understood her and that changed his thoughts about Meagan.

They both King and Meagan struggled in life, matured in life very early. Good thing was it was it’s not love at first sight. The relationship between Meagan and King was slow burner and very sweet. It was clean romance novel with family drama.

Pullman family were into pawn business. Jack Pullman (angry old man) his eldest son King and younger one Ace (28 but acted like a teenage). King’s mother Sandra was nicest of all and kind learned woman but stroke had taken its toll, she was weak and needed care. I loved this old lady in the book. This Pullman family was really amazing and it was amusing to read them in the book.

Gayla was cunning woman who had biggest crust on King since 9th grade and was after him since that. She was extorting money by emotionally blackmailing him and poor King was tolerating her out of guilt (that I got why) and his fear of hurting her (that I couldn’t understand because he knew the truth very early). She was so full of lie and mean woman and totally blind in her madness for King. But the change in this character at the end of the book was shocking.

Andrew was another mean person who never valued women in his life and was after Meagan because his parents were bribing him to date her. That Willowby family – distant relative of Meagan- were weird. It was hard to digest that woman like Meagan was tolerating them.

There was no big suspense in the book except who was the robber. Rest of the things were already put in front of readers so it was easy to see where thing will go eventually but how that I couldn’t guess.

In climax when Sandra played a detective part to save his son was surprising, I like the way she revealed Gayla’s lies and set her son free. Oh and that fighting and hospital part and everything after that was hilarious. End was not how I guessed it but I like the way author wrote it, nice and sweet that left me smiling.


Overall, it was entertaining, dramatic, light hearted, clean romance novel with interesting characters that anyone will enjoy.


Author: Helen Bea Kirk

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Buy Link: Amazon.com / Amazon.in

*** Note: I received this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review. Many thanks to author. ***

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My Sweet Friend by H.A. Leuschel


Published: December 6th 2017 by Helene Leuschel

Read Date: January 7th 2018

Pages: 92

Stars: 4.5/5

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A stand-alone novella from the author of Manipulated Lives

A perfect friend … or a perfect impostor?

Alexa is an energetic and charismatic professional and the new member of a Parisian PR company where she quickly befriends her colleagues Rosie and Jack. She brings a much-needed breath of fresh air into the office and ambitiously throws herself into her new job and friendships.

But is Alexa all she claims to be?

As her life intertwines with Rosie and Jack’s, they must all decide what separates truth from fiction. Will the stories that unfold unite or divide them? Can first impressions ever be trusted?

In this original novella, H.A. Leuschel evokes the powerful hold of appearances and what a person is prepared to do to keep up the facade. If you like thought-provoking and compelling reads with intriguing characters, My Sweet Friend is for you.


Who needs enemy when you have manipulating lying friend..!!

Okay in the beginning only I’m warning you this is going to be long because I so damn loved this book. I’m telling you right here that if you haven’t read this book yet go and grab now.

My Sweet Friend was a character driven psychological fiction, a novella set in Paris, that revolved around a Sweet Friend Rosie and Alexa a liar who disgraced the word friendship. It was about a friendship, trust, and pathological liar who expertly manipulates people around them by consistent lying and distorting truth.


Rosie was such a sweet goodhearted gentle and kind character, well organized and caring daughter, who was caught up in the financial issues but she hid it well from people around her. She was very empathetic and moreover she couldn’t see right through people thus made her easy target for Alexa.

Talking about seeing through person, Monique was brilliant in it. She worked in Rosie’s team who never hesitated in telling the truth on face, direct and honest that masked her good nature but kept Alexa miles away who didn’t dare to come under her radar. I liked her without doubt.

Jack was account manager, good friend of Rosie but coquettish who instantly fell in the trap of the gorgeous Alexa.

Alexa, newly employed by her shining CV that spoke experience who speedily became star in the team by her confident, energetic, and well office etiquette. It wouldn’t take long for readers to recognize a manipulator behind that shining facade. My goodness, what a sweet devil she was! She will make you call Cruella less cruel.

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First of all, this is my second book by Helene Leuschel. Her first book Manipulated Lives showed her well research on psychology and different kind of manipulators. This one also didn’t fail to show the same. This story was new and different from the previous short story I read in first book, it felt very realistic. Smooth precise writing with steady pace that slowly drawn me into the book with that anxious feeling that characters developed in me.

Author had created mind-blowing plot around mythomania. I haven’t heard this word before (Have you?), not until the end of the story where author mentioned it in acknowledgement. I thought it was another story on manipulator rather than a compulsive liar until it was mentioned and hardly I knew this word has a medical/psychological terminology as well. Book showed a close look at this kind of people, how they behaves, how they manipulates, and how you can also identify them by close observation from those who tell non-harmful white lies.

Book was narrated alternatively by Alexa and Rosie in two different time frame that merged in climax.

Alexa’s narration started after 2 months of her joining Rosie’s team while she was on sick leave but actually using that sick leave for vacation. From very start her character gave bad vibes and at the same time she was so convincing that I thought, I’m too quick in judging her and she actually might have some problem with Rosie and job. But as Rosie’s narration started 2 months before when Alexa joined company, I got a clear picture about Alexa. After few chapters Alexa’s voice that started with sympathetic tone turned to crafty and cunning. It told about all her plans and her real thought towards Rosie and Jack, how easy it was for her to deceive these two.

Some people have a special antenna for detecting fears and weakness in others. You can learn to manage- so to speak- your empathetic skills more carefully.

Rosie’s narration was eye opening. It started with Alexa’s recruitment in her team and her first impression on Rosie, how they both became best friends, and how slowly and steadily she got trapped in her lying world. She also narrated her life story, her money problem and concerns for her mother which was touching.

‘My empathy is counter-productive?’

‘Yes, I would say that in this case it may well be misguided. Empathy is not be-all and end-all to work out other people’s intentions, contrary to popular belief.’

It was not hard to be empathetic toward Rosie. She was such a nice person and responsible daughter, she never opened to anyone regarding her trouble except Alexa and that bastardy lying woman taken advantage of that. Even called names behind her back and never ever was she sympathetic for Rosie’s mom or her condition. Chapter by chapter I got know about Alexa’s lies, her tricks and how she made Rosie look like how she actually was behind the lying mask. Author creatively bring out the emotions in book- sympathy toward Rosie, hatred and anger toward Alexa.

My favorite part of the book was Rosie’s counseling, how good it was for her and how she realized that she was being used by Alexa because of her too gentle nature or there was something wrong the way Alexa is. Last but not least the changes she brought in her life then after and realized that whatever she was doing for her mom was worth every struggle. I so loved her at this point.

The climax, the turning point was a good surprise. The way cover over Alexa’s lies was lifted was surprising and smart. I’m happy with the climax and end.

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I want to read full novel by this author, I know it’s no reason to cut even a half star but this could be a Novel, not that long but yes could be. There were so many things I wanted to know about Alexa. I had few question like, how she became a compulsive liar, (I mean no one is born liar, are they?) What about her parents, where are they and why she hissed to Rosie when she talked about her mother. It all indicated a strong past and most importantly how she got away from it.

God! After reading this book I really think how many types of manipulators exist in this world and it’s scarring me to even just passing by such people.

Things I’m really grateful after reading this book- I’m like Monique, direct and blunt and won’t think twice before speaking my mind. Second my Monique like nature kept me away from sweet friends like Alexa who are mean and selfish, third I keep my phone silent. 😉 (You’ll get what I’m saying after reading this book.)


Overall, Original plot, unique and creative characters. I strongly recommend this book to all who enjoy reading psychological fiction.


Author: H.A. Leuschel

To know more about Author Click Here.

Buy Here: Amazon.com / Amazon.in

*** Note: I received review copy of this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review. Many thanks to author. ***

Here are some different questions-

1.) Have you ever come across a pathological liar or manipulator? 2.)  Are you like Rosie- nice and good or like Monique (and me)- direct and straightforward? 3.) If you’re like Rosie, have you have felt people taking advantage of your gentle and empathetic nature or turned out ‘counter-productive’ (Like I quoted from book above)? 4.) What do you think is best way to avoid this kind of manipulator or can we really?

And some usual questions-

What do you think about this book and my review? Have read this book already or any book by this author before? Have you read something similar to this book?

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