Tour Secrets 2 by Winkk

Tour Secrets 2 by Winkk

More Explosive Than the First!
Rating: 5

Tour Secrets 2 begins exactly where the first book ended. The author, Winkk, continues the story of childhood friends, Raven and Music, on another world tour. They are now on tour as dancers for their childhood friend, now platinum selling recording artist, Que. In Tour Secrets 2 we learn that childhood friendships mean a lifelong list of secrets between the trio.

More secrets, lies, and rumors are exposed in this book. Friendships are tested and the secrets that are exposed will either strengthen or destroy them. Music and Raven are surprised at the type of person Que has become since becoming a superstar, and he is now the source for their continued drama. As more secrets are revealed from the first book, Music, who is the central character, is pushed to her edge. It is unclear if she will be able to continue working in the entertainment industry or even handle life in general.

Tour Secrets 2 is even more entertaining than the first book in the series. Winkk has completely outdone herself with this book. I was emotionally exhausted when I finished reading this book because I could visualize the words coming to life. I highly recommend Tour Secrets 2 by Winkk.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes. 

In My Father’s House by E. Lynn Harris

In My Father’s House by E. Lynn Harris

Forever My Lady by Jeff Rivera

Forever My Lady by Jeff Rivera

Rating: 4

Heading: Realistic Portrayal Of A Teenage Love

There is nothing quite like young love, and this book is an engaging story about two young people named Dio and Jennifer. Dio is a gang member who ends up in boot camp and Jennifer is a victim of a gun shooting. Forever My Lady is the story of their relationship and tells in vivid detail of its survival under extreme circumstances.

Forever My Lady is a realistic portrayal of a teenage love that keeps the reader engrossed for the outcome. Jeff Rivera does an excellent job of describing the emotions and the struggles that the two main characters encounter. This book kept me interested until the very last page and left me wanting for more. I would recommend this book to others.