Tag Archive: Belle Books


Anne Stuart is one of those writers with a prowess in keeping the readers glued to pages filled with action, suspense and anticipation. I’ve read her before and really enjoy her style of narration and story development.

Francey Neeley is so in love that she doesn’t see that her Irish lover is a terrorist who believes in harming the innocent and stripping her naked off of her wealth and life. And by the time she see’s his true identity, lives are lost and she barely escapes the shoot-out and hides in the quiet and picturesque Belle Reste to recuperate and move past the trauma she had suffered. Taking care of her cousin’s house and the wounded people who come to Belle Reste to recuperate, Francey is pretty happy to be in this mindless limbo until Michael Dowd; a British schoolteacher comes to recover from a supposed car accident.

NowYouSeeHim-AnneStuart-Mar2015

Michael’s main agenda is to probe Francey about her involvement with the terrorist. Working for the British government and wounded in the fallout with the terrorist, his main goal is to get to the bottom of the terrorist attack and prevent future ones by taking out the terrorist group once and for all. Getting attracted to Francey was never a part of his plan, but he will not think twice to kill her if she’s involved.

As Michael tries to scout Francey, their lives are threatened. With betrayal and treachery coming from within the government, and as Francey’s past catches up with her, Michael is too far in love with Francey and he would lay his life down for her.

“Now You See Him” is an interesting story and Anne Stuart sure keeps the suspense and thrill going. This may not be an adrenaline, spine chilling, nerve-wracking story, but it will keep you glued to your seats, it will satisfy your thriller sense and will keep you captivated to fulfill your sense of danger, adventure and romance.

A pretty neat read!

Received a copy from Belle Books via NetGalley for an honest review.

I like Susan Kearney and her books. I’ve read a few of hers previously and she does a good job of giving her readers a strong plot and narration. Her new release “Secrets Of Moore House” is an appealing read.

A fire destroys Jasmine Ross’s home and her everything is turned into ashes. A mysterious letter dated 25 years ago, rekindles her desire to search for her missing mother, a search that takes into the Moore household, a family that was supposedly related to her and the head of the family Talbot Moore, being her father. But Talbot has been a victim of a fire himself and his body has been put to rest three months ago. As she steps into that household to find the truth, all she sees is resentment, anger and motive for anyone to be the perpetrator.

SecretsOfMooreHouse-SusanKearney-Oct2014

Rand Sinclair is Talbot Moore’s partner and he is the only who gives a marginal scope for Jasmine to stay in the house and get to the bottom of the threat. The enigmatic and handsome Rand has his own agenda of wanting to help Jasmine as he is falling for her innocence and courage. As accidental incidents push Jasmine to the boundaries of questioning her sanity, he is the only one who believes in her story and her quest for finding the truth of what had happened 25 years ago.

The plot is a little tepid, but the narration and evolution was interesting. It does keep you wanting to get to the bottom of the mystery, and the ending was a surprise as well. Although I did feel that the romance between Jasmine and Rand (as a sub plot), would have been developed a little bit more, rather than make abrupt confessions. I also would have liked a little bit more depth into the secondary characters to make it more intriguing and keep the guessing game going on.

All in all, it is a good enjoyable one time read.

Received an ARC from Belle Books via Netgalley for a honest review

Tule Publishing GroupTule Publishing Group

I've lived, I've loved, I've lost, I've missed, I've trusted, I've hurt, I've made mistakes. But most of all, I've learned.

L. R. Nicolello

I've lived, I've loved, I've lost, I've missed, I've trusted, I've hurt, I've made mistakes. But most of all, I've learned.

romance festival

Home of the virtual romance festival.

Simple Pleasures

Visual Poetry, Photography and Quotes

Fall Into The Story

The official blog for Nora Roberts and J.D. Robb readers

Jennifer Probst

a little bit naughty, a little bit nice

J.L. Berg

USA Today Bestselling Romance Author

Melinda Leigh

Award-Winning Romantic Suspense & Paranormal Romance

Cynthia Eden

I've lived, I've loved, I've lost, I've missed, I've trusted, I've hurt, I've made mistakes. But most of all, I've learned.

Julie James

I've lived, I've loved, I've lost, I've missed, I've trusted, I've hurt, I've made mistakes. But most of all, I've learned.

Bella Andre

I've lived, I've loved, I've lost, I've missed, I've trusted, I've hurt, I've made mistakes. But most of all, I've learned.

Romancing Life

I've lived, I've loved, I've lost, I've missed, I've trusted, I've hurt, I've made mistakes. But most of all, I've learned.

The WordPress.com Blog

The latest news on WordPress.com and the WordPress community.

%d bloggers like this: