Review: The Plot Thickens by Danielle-Claude Ngontangmba
When Polliannah Koch Guryev meets John Allen, she thinks that she's finally found her Price Charming a tall, blond, and handsome banker.
What could go wrong?
John Allen has a job to do and getting closer to the beautiful Miss Koch Guryev is suppose to be a means to an end. But then they fell in love.
He's a hit man with a mission, she's the sister of his targets. What possible future could they have? Now he and his Russian Princess have to leave London for their safety.
But it may already be too late for them.
The first sequel of Bird Of Prey.
I received this ARC to give an honest review.
I like how we get to read Polliannah's story this time. In the first book Bird Of Prey we get a touch of Polliannah and then she ends up going away with John her new love.
Well this is what happened with her meeting John and running off with him
The relationship that John and Polliannah have is sweet even though John has a secret agenda. We get so much with Polli in Bird of Prey that when she got her own book I was thrilled!
John ends up spending weeks trying to find his targets which have to do with Polli and Polli is really good about not talking about her family and what they do. Her reasons behind that come out, and it is something that she doesn't want to come to light.
When Polli and John take their relationship to a whole other level John has to do whatever he can to protect her, and when Polli finds out John's secret she is less than thrilled.
Now I was going to give this book a full 5 wine rating but there were some things wrong with the book that needed to be fixed. And I plan on letting the author know about these so they can be address. But it is a 4.5 wine glass rating.
My first novel This Could Have Been Our Song! A coulda woulda shoulda ballad (Book 1 of the Coulda Woulda Shoulda Songs Series) has just been released in January. I currently live in London but I'm still a Canuck at heart.When I'm not living the bohemian life in South East London, I'm hard at work on the second book, This Would Have Been Our Song! Catchy Tunes and Dancers Tales.