Wednesday, December 2, 2020

#

Glimmer of Hope by J.A. Andrews - Book Blitz & Review


Glimmer of Hope

Sometimes chasing a dream can become a nightmare…

Alecia Preen is living in poverty and desperate to make a better life for herself. Having moved to a new area for new beginnings after being disowned by her family, money was fast running out. She is struggling to make ends meet.

With the intention of charging lonely men online for her services, Alecia realises she can supplement her income by being unscrupulous. In meeting Jake Parker he requests that she role-plays as a psychiatrist, but he makes her aware of an underground millionaires playground called Sordida. He warns her to stay away.

As Alecia’s curiosity gets the better of her, she is amazed by the wealth and decadence on offer. Sordida is not the club she had anticipated because behind the legendary name lurks a very dark secret. A secret that could cost her everything.

He pays by the hour and Alecia pays in ways she had never imagined.

Purchase Links

Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08L9JR183/

Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08L9JR183/

My Review
Glimmer of Hope is a thriller that will keep readers on their toes. 
The story follows Alecia, a woman living in poverty. She's been disowned, if you will, by her family and is trying to make her own way in the world. She's not succeeding too well, though. But one night at the bar where she's supposed to meet her work friends (they stand her up) gives Alecia a glimpse into a potential new career that may just be the answer to all her money woes. Being an escort seems easy enough, right? Alecia's main client is a man named Jake. Jake is a bit droll, but when he tells her about a secret club, her curiosity is piqued. Jake warns her the club isn't safe, but Alecia ignores his warning. Why would she give up the potential to make a ton of money? But Alecia should have listened to Jake. 
The story is pretty decent overall. It does take a little bit to get going, but once Alecia gets involved with the club, that's when things pick up. 
It's a bit of a tense, taut thriller that will have you wondering if Alecia will be able to get herself out of the darkness she finds herself in. 
3.5 stars. 

Author Bio –

JA Andrews is the author of gripping twisty psychological thrillers. Mummy’s Boy, and You Let Him In, are his full length novels, while Glimmer of Hope is a shorter story as a Kindle exclusive.  As well as writing fiction, JA Andrews enjoys reading a mix of genres, watching various reality TV and spending time with family and friends.

Social Media Links –

Twitter: @JasonA1980


No comments:

Post a Comment