After voting to leave the European Union the UK finds itself in civil unrest with an extreme political party poised to take over government. Tom Inchwood, an every day guy finds himself in the middle of the uprising with one clear goal, to find and rescue his family.
Would love to hear what you think of it.
Petra’s memories have returned. The realisation that she was once a little girl called Mireille who was murdered by a serial killer has tipped her over the edge. After trying to kill Jenny and blowing herself up, she is now lying in a coma her guardians do not expect her to wake up from. The second entity in her head now has the upper hand and he is slowly erasing Petra’s existence while she lies helpless.
Jenny, Jackie and Sophie find Petra where her guardians have taken her. The Schumachers prepare the three friends for the worst, but the Musketeers do not give up on Petra that easily. They must confront the evil entity of Petter Ulfson and expel him from Petra’s mind. But if they are successful, who will wake up? Petra Connell, who had finally admitted her feelings for Jenny, or Mireille Bouchard, Petter Ulfson’s final victim?
Chief Inspector Fransson still has no clue as to where his serial killer has disappeared to, or the body of Mireille Bouchard. The trail seems to lead directly to Petra Connell and her guardians, but sometimes finding the truth has unwanted consequences.
With Petra free of Petter’s influences, she can begin to search for answers. Who was Petter Ulfson and how did he end up inside her head? What really happened that night so long ago when Ulfson shot little Mireille Bouchard? Who were her real parents and what was their connection to the Schumachers, Ulfson and the mysterious and secretive Gentek?
She is finally free to live how she chooses and love who she chooses, knowing that it is her choice and not tainted by Ulfson’s evil influence. Will she choose Jenny or Frank or both? There is so much to look forward to, but things are never that simple.
"'I’m getting one hell of an education on the sick, greedy, opportunistic culture that games Amazon’s absurdly weak system. And everything I learn enrages me,' Roberts wrote on her blog last month. She pointed to what the industry calls 'black hat teams': anonymous authors who hire ghostwriters for a pittance, to churn out cheap novels en masse which are published under a pseudonym to 'smother out competition' – and, in some cases, copying lines or entire scenes to get the job done. A regular author could never keep up.
"For romance readers, Kindle Unlimited (KU) has been a godsend. These readers can race through at least a book a day, gulping down stories about unexpected pregnancies, arrogant millionaires and bad boys in need of taming. KU means they can read to their hearts’ content, while the writers can make a lot of money. Authors who self-publish through Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) Select programme have their books automatically enrolled in KU. Every time a reader opens a KU book, the author is paid from a communal pot of money – one which less scrupulous writers have looked to game from the start."