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review 2017-05-26 23:00
Pregnant By My Mother's Rapist 2

Title:  Pregnant By My Mother's Rapist 2

Author:  Niki Jilvontae

Publisher:  True Glory Publications

Series:  # 2

Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean

Rating: Five



"Pregnant By My Mother's Rapist 2" by Niki Jilvontae



My Thoughts....


This is the second part of this read that will keep your attention as this author gives the reader quite a active read.  Will things ever be OK for Na Na as long as that Kenan is still around bringing much havoc to her life?  It seems like this guy is always several steps ahead of her...how can this be?  Who

is sharing information with Kenan?  Well, I guess as we are left wandering what will happen next there will have to pick up the the next series where I am more than sure there will be more craziness as the reader will hopefully find out who, what, how and where to rest this well told story.

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review 2014-06-09 14:40
Brilliant British Thriller
The Burning - Jane Casey

First, to get this out there, I love British police procedurals. They are normally crisp, compelling and well written. The Burning is a premier example of the best the genre has to offer. Written from the viewpoint of Detective Constable (DC) Maeve Kerrigan, the story focuses on the hunt for “The Burning Man” a serial killer terrorizing London. His crimes are horrific, and no young woman is safe. There have been four murders committed which can obviously be credited to the killer – but now a fifth murder has been committed. And Maeve questions whether this particular killing shouldn’t be attributed to a copy-cat killer.


Maeve is an extremely likable heroine. She takes serious verbal abuse from her so-called colleagues as they make sexual and misogynist comments about her work style. Abuse that she handles with dignity – even when it comes from her own partner. As the story evolves Maeve becomes more and more involved with the fifth killing, following a trail of murder, drugs, deceit and violence that goes back several years to the victim’s college days. Maeve is smart without being omniscient, funny and serious by turns, and is willing to put herself on the line for what she knows is right and true.

Filled by turns with violence and heartbreak, deceit and deep sociopathy, The Burning is a must read for anyone interested in police procedurals, thrillers and suspense novels, with a very light dose of romance to round things out.


I received this book from the publisher in return for an honest review. All comments and thoughts are my own.

Source: www.soiredthisbooktoday.com
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review 2014-01-08 13:03
The book did not live up to the awesomeness of the title (part II)
The Knitting Circle Rapist Annihilation Squad - Derrick Jensen,Stephanie McMillan

After six women in a weekly knitting circle find that they are all rape survivors and none of their attackers were ever brought to justice, the go on a rapist-killing spree. Soon, other people, both men and women, join their cause. Will the hapless police be able to stop them before their revolution goes out of control?

Sometimes, a book title will be so amazing that I simply must read the book. Too bad a lot of awesome titles are attached to books that are only average.

First off, rape is bad.

Secondly, this wasn't a bad book by enemies. I can get behind the idea of a bunch of women murdering rapists with knitting needles. The humor is close to Christopher Moore in both style and intensity, from the hilarious knitters to the equally hilarious cops.

However, the humor wears a little thin by the halfway mark. Also, it's hard to feel completely comfortable laughing about a story where rapists play such a prominent role. Most of the characters are caricatures.

Still, it's a fairly entertaining little book. Three out of Five stars.

Did I mention rape is bad?

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review 2012-11-01 00:00
Reunited with her Rapist - Olivia Essex Reunited with her Rapist - Olivia Essex The book's title really does say it all.

It was a little disturbing though. I can't imagine mooning over any man, much less my rapist, for years!

Well written, but the content was a little...off.

I would be willing to try reading some of this author's other works though...I think this one just struck a cord in me because of my own history.

Like I said...I can't imagine mooning over my rapist.
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review 2012-04-04 00:00
Reverend Rapist - John Ivor Reverend Rapist - John Ivor This short story (approx. 12 pages) was poor in a number of ways. First, although, it is clear that this will be a series of short novellas, I thought the author chose a very poor point to break it up. I would rather he gone into a deeper description of Maggie's crimes and then went into her "rescue" by the reverend in another installment or that he would have made it a longer novella. I thought the character development was WAY too weak in this because Ivor was trying to fit too much into the pages.
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