Hello everyone 🙂
I may be dropping in Friday with some more organization tips (if I’m able to get my homework under control) but I wanted to drop in today to add a little note to my blog tour from last week. Unbelievably, despite including multiple links to my Review Policy and explicitly stating I am NOT accepting review requests, I’ve received 5 (FIVE!) requests since.
SO! my Review Policy is now in the main menu! No more missing it! No more excuses!!!
Hope you’re all having a good week 🙂
(except those people who send me emails without reading my review policy) 🙂 🙂
Today I thought I’d do an intro-type post to take you on a little tour of my blog and see what’s beyond this home page. I’ve been getting some emails lately asking for reviews so now seemed like a good time to say I’m not currently accepting review requests, which is clearly stated on my Review Policy page. And since many people seem to be missing that key information, we might as well just explore the whole site! 😉
If you haven’t noticed, I’m kind of back to regular weekly posts 😀 I don’t want to make it official since I still have a lot of other stuff going on but I have some more reviews and recaps to share with you so the rest of summer looks good!
Now on to this review (you may recognize the author from a book I reviewed last year here)!
Unstolen by Tony Batton
Jake Moro is a modern day Robin Hood. Almost. He returns stolen items to their rightful owners. At a price.
A man has to make a living, and Jake more than most. Because he’s still paying for mistakes made a long time ago. And they weren’t even his.
Get it here: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA
I really enjoyed the last book I read by this author, Resurface, so I was definitely interested in this one when the author reached out! Unstolen is a standalone but it leaves you with just enough that there could be more stories to come, and I for one would love to see more of this team’s adventures!
Jack has set up a unique business where he and his team steal things that have been stolen from their customers. They keep a low profile as IT technicians, all while planning their next job. However, all of that is on the line because someone on the inside has set Jake up. Most of this book is told as a flashback as we find this out in the first chapter, so readers can try to pick up any clues to see who may be causing all this havoc.