Publisher: Escape Publishing
Publishing Date: December 2015
Publishers Description: Fresh off thwarting the crime of the century, Bremy St. James is back and more determined than ever to fight by the side of the city’s top superhero, Dark Ryder. There’s just one problem: Dark Ryder’s disappeared.
Review: Cover needs a redo.
Brianna, Bri, Bremy, Brem, Bre (as our heroine is known) used to be speshul and chose to leave her gilded life for sleeping next to a toilet seat.
See, she hates her evil dad and his money so now works for evil pimps and jolly Russian Mafioso’s. Good trade? Ummm…..no. Believable? Never. Not when you have sharks in tanks with descending victims, a super human twin sister and runaway crystal floats orchestrated solely to play games with an errant disloyal daughter. Does it have to be believable? Not really. In this case there was just too much going on that was abnormal coupled with pages and pages of dialogue about Ms. Speshul. After awhile you just start flipping pages to get to the meat. There is some witticisms and the writing is pretty good it just got a little too cutesy with the “I’m a poor little rich gurl who threw it all away to fight crime” shtick. Additionally there were numerous grammatical errors throughout.