Jina S. Bazzar’s fifth book, From Fame to Ruin—a standalone romantic thriller/suspense novel—has been out a short while. Her blog tour didn’t happen as it should have, so I thought I’d give a quick [well deserved] plug.
Fame is a thrilling read, one you’ll be glued to because you’ll want to find out who-dun-it. Set in beautiful Brazil, the enthralling story revolves around the music and business worlds and various persons who reside within them. Both are as competitive as they can be cutthroat; darkness dwells beyond the glitter in one and rivalry exists in the revenue of the other.
The gripping storyline is filled with twists and turns, and surprises. Love at first sight does exist. But does it last? Can Carol and Ricardo’s rollercoaster relationship withstand the challenges, trials and tribulations certain characters thrust at at them?
Jina is known for fantasy (like the Roxanne Fosch series), but it’s obvious she excels at writing other genres. Switching categories isn’t easy, so [numerous] hats off to her.
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Jina S Bazaar’s fifth book, From Fame to Ruin, is set to release on December 21st – a standalone romantic thriller/suspense novel.
As the [lucky] editor, I got first dibs re reading it (okay, other than the beta readers and whatnot). I was glued to the story. It’s so good, I have to give it five thumbs up.
Known for fantasy (like the Roxanne Fosch series), Jina said it was “incredibly easy to switch genres and writing style”. Kudos. That’s not an easy feat.
I don’t want to give a lot away; Jina can do that with her marketing and promotion strategies, when the time comes. But it’s set in Brazil (a luscious location) and revolves around the music world and the various people that reside within that oft turbulent environment. Love at first sight does exist. So does love lost. The characters are dynamic, as is the compelling storyline; like a mystery, it’s filled with sensational twists and turns, and a wonderful “whodunit” component.
An entertaining and thrilling read, to be sure!
(Write another, Jina . . . please!)