Skip to main content

Stealthy Steps (Nanostealth #1)

Title:  Stealthy Steps (Nanostealth #1)
Author:  Vikki Kestell
Pages:  298
Year:  2015
Publisher:  Faith-Filled Fiction
My rating is 5 stars.
What a brilliant and well-crafted story that will definitely keep you enraptured and turning pages until you either have to take a break or finish the book!  I simply sat down and over a couple of days lost myself in the multilayered, suspense-filled thriller written by Vikki Kestell, who is a new author to me. She has written other books if you look her up on Amazon.  Coming soon will be book one, Tabitha, from another new series called Girls from the Mountain.  In 2016, book two in the Nanostealth series will be released titled, Stealth Power.
In this story, there are two parties who are vying for the scientifically created Nanomites.  One group is the military of the facility housing the science experiments run by a woman, General Cushing, who is nicknamed Shark Face.  The other side is the creator of the Nanomites, Dr. Bickel.
Gemma is working in one part as an assistant for a specific scientist.  The facility is huge so she hides herself well though she is attentive to what is occurring.  Gemma’s twin sister Gina is a mean spiteful lawyer who thinks her sister is an idiot.  The story has many threads going on including drug cartels, murder, mystery, intrigue, faith, military, and so much more.
It will be so hard to wait for the second installment to be released, but until then I plan on reading Tabitha and then Vikki’s other novels.  Her writing aims to bring honor to God by using fiction filled with faith.  In my opinion, Vikki has done this well.  It would be a shame if you pass up her books, especially if you enjoy suspense that keeps you on the edge of your chair!  Kudos to you Vikki!
Also available on Amazon Audible, iTunes and other formats on Amazon.

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” 
Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Lily of the Manor

Title:Lily of the Manor
Author:Anita Stansfield
Publisher: Covenant Communications
My rating is 4 stars out of 5.
Lily Broadbent is a wealthy widow who has adopted 11 orphan children.She would pray before entering an orphanage as to whom she should adopt and leave the rest to God.She needs of a tutor for her brood and Frederick Woodstone needs a tutoring position.He journeys to Broadbent Manor, hoping to get the job and to start immediately so he doesn’t have to pay another night’s rent at the local inn as his funds are rapidly dwindling.He meets Lily and is struck by her very different appearance.She puts him at ease and lets him know she is used to getting looked at.He and she strike up an instant rapport and he is hired on the spot.He begins the next day with Lily observing his methods of teaching as well as discipline for her children.She is most impressed with how Frederick interacts with and encourages her children.
As the story progresses, Lily and Frederick spend …

Innocent Lies (Hidden Truth #4)

Title:Innocent Lies (Hidden Truth #4)
Author: Robin Patchen
Pages: 346
Year: 2018
Publisher: Create Space
My rating is 5 out of 5 stars.
This whole series is so worth reading! They excel at suspense and grabbing the heart of the reader, pulling them into the plethora of happenings in the book. The series has a total of four books that can be read as stand-alone stories though I found reading them in order helped enhance my understanding of the plot and characters.
The titles in order are: Convenient Lies, Twisted Lies followed by Generous Lies, which comes before this final novel I am sharing my thoughts on today.Robin weaves such a well-crafted plot that brings the reader into the story from the first page, and then keep turning the pages with all the twists and turns in the plot.I felt like I was right there observing what was happening around me even though I was reading the book.
Time flew by quickly and I was unaware of what was going on around me because I was lost in the pages!Right th…


Title:  Fugitive Trackdown (Love Inspired Suspense)
Author:  Sandra Robbins
Pages:  224
Year:  Feb 2015
Publisher:  Love Inspired
My rating is 5 stars.
Claire Walker begins tracking down a fugitive after her father’s passing and learning the amount of debt owed by the business by bail jumpers.  Claire is very much living unprepared in her new though temporary life as her education as a librarian gives her little real life experience.  Claire’s best friend, Jessica, is a former police officer with her family’s fugitive recovery company a wonderful fit, but Claire just can’t ask her friend to help for reasons readers will discover.
The tracking down of a fugitive leads to a lost romance memory when she is aided unwillingly by Adam, Jessica’s brother.  Adam, a former soldier, has the training and knowledge he uses for the family business, but where has Adam’s faith gone since he last spoke to Claire?  When Claire and Adam are facing a life threatening experience their hearts, hurts and spirit…