The devil lurks in darkness to prey on the weak. Men become monsters. Crime is rampant.
Gina leads a simple life, quietly caring for an old man she calls Pops. But the night brings her to life.
When nightmares interrupt her sleep, she patrols the city to protect those the police can’t. She rules the night.
A familiar figure emerges from the shadows. Gina must return to the house she escaped to finally bury the demons. But someone watches her every move.
Evil has a face she knows and this time he wants her dead.
So we spent a week with Gina, but did she survive the week?
Review by Lyndas_bookreviews (IG), “What a great prologue that was. Straightaway I could feel sympathy for Gina oozing out of my pores, and as for her mother, someone pass me a gun. I was invested in the story from the start.”
Review by Feed The Crime, “I’m really hoping that this becomes a series as there was a super interesting element in this book that I don’t think we were able to explore enough.
I need more from Gina, Pops and Lia!”
Review by snowphiethebookworm (IG), “Another brilliant read from one of my favourite authors! I have come to expect brilliance from this author and this one doesn’t let me down one bit!!”
Review by The Word is Out – Alyson’s Reviews (FB), “Gina’s history is gradually explained as the chapters switch between past and present, and then the story hurtles towards a very dramatic ending which took me totally by surprise.”
Review by twilight_reader (IG), “This book is fixed with action, nightmares and lots of revenge. This is a brilliant read with a great plot that only opens up the further you go.”
Review by Pauline Render, “As ever, Jim has written brilliant characters which bring the story really to life. I read this at a breakneck pace as the tension swiftly mounted to an exciting climax, and I’m looking forward to seeing if there will be a sequel for this beautiful, sweet vigilante.”
Review by Run Away Irish Girl, “Starting this story I was sucked in straight away. The prologue tugs straight at your heartstrings and makes you become very sympathetic and protective of little Gina.”
Review by Sue Loves to Read, “A brilliant read. I read this in one sitting. I loved Gina’s character. She was my favourite. I do hope there is more to come”
Review by Dawn’s Book Reviews (FB), “”Sweet Vigilante” is a compelling story with an opening that will probably have you uttering a few choice expletives (hope it’s not just me!). There are some uncomfortable moments.”
Review by Jessica Belmont, “Sweet Vigilante hooks you from page one, and takes hold of your brain. There is no putting this one down once you pick it up, so be aware of that before you start reading. I sat down, thinking I would read a few chapters, and the next thing I knew, I was finishing the last page. It’s thrilling and exciting, with the perfect pacing.”
Review by Portable Magic, “Sweet Vigilante has a really interesting and unique concept and I really enjoyed it. Ody’s writing style is really easy to read and there are moments of dark humour that work really well alongside what is actually a really difficult subject to write, and read, about.”
And that is well and truly a wrap!
Thank you ever so much to everyone who has taken part in the tour!
Until the next adventure xxx