Sunday, June 28, 2015

The Villain Review (Sage Publications)

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I read The Villain, in exchange for honest review from Sage Publications. The book was written by May Nicole Abbey.

About the book: from media kit

A fall and crash

A violent journey through the doorways of time

A villain or hero in the making

Rosemary Mayfield teeters on the brink of ruin. With the murder of her parents she is left the sole guardian of her younger brother and sister. Once a wealthy socialite in New York City, she now finds herself stranded in the untamed wilderness of the American West.

When a wounded man comes crashing through her roof, as rough as the savage land, it is against her better judgment to bring him into her home and her heart. But she soon discovers he holds a secret that shatters everything, and she must make a choice, unaware that often destiny hinges on a single moment.

Fresh from an unsavory past and a violent fall through time, Nicolas Ekkridon awakens to find himself cared for by three orphans ignorant of the role he played in their parents’ untimely death. They accept and embrace him, and a lifetime of hardened barriers begin to crumble.

On the precipice between good and evil, only Rosemary and her spirited defiance stands between him and villainy. But time and space are against them. As its weaving tentacles envelop them in an indifferent grasp, they are swept into a shattering series of circumstances that threaten the very makeup of their lives. But when time can be bent, nothing is written in stone. 

About the Authors: 

Caroline Gregory and Shawnette Nielson are sisters on a mission. Their goal is to write clean, adventuresome time travel stories, full of lovely characters, personal growth, truth, and hope.

Although they are many miles from each other, and are both busy with the daily needs of their respective families, they carve out time each night to put fingers to keyboard and write.

Their goal? Twenty completed books. Set all over the world and throughout time, they thrill at the freedom that writing time travel offers them.

From Georgian society, to Ancient Egypt, and the Wild West, there are even plans for books set in Ancient Greece, the future, as well as today. The possibilities are limitless.

My Review

I wanted to review the book based on the description. Here is a city woman with wealth, now learning how to live in the south. In the beginning, she is accessing the town, minutes before gathering her brother and sister. She is 19 and now a caregiver to two kids, Emily and Benjamin. Rosemary had a lot to take on. 

The book was a good read. The authors included a lot of action in the first few pages, which I liked. They brought you into the story quick

You can purchase the book on Amazon. The book is available in Kindle format only. 


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