A very quite little story about Mr and Mrs Dish and his suspicions of her cheating, because their daughter is a tea cup. Leave it to Mrs Goose to save the day. Sooo funny! If you haven't already, why not hop over and have a read?Read the story now
Welcome to the dark side
Well written, dark story about Tony Hill and the author's own character Raoul Sinclair (and my own one DI Gordon). Vividly written, you really can lose yourself in the nightmares of both, Tony and Raoul. You feel sorry for them both.
Too short for my liking ;)
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This story gives you some background of Ripper Street's Freddie Best, together with an appearence of the author's very own character Raoul Sinclair.
I like the vivid pictures the author paints with her words. You can easily lose yourself and forget that those are only black markings on a white page. Well researched too.
I'd like to read on if Best managed to publish the story of Gregori Volkov and if Raoul indeed gains his freedom.
When I watched Ripper Street, I never really took a liking to Freddie Best. But reading this story, how he had touched so many lives, to read how he had been loved and had given love makes me at least not despise him as much.
The writing is emotional, caring and well done. The characters of Raoul and Callum are her own. I love the interaction and tie-ins between Ripper Street characters and her own.
There are a few minor spelling mistakes which can (and will) be easily fixed.
If you like Ripper Street, if you like to read about romance in Victorian London all with a touch of fantasy - this is the story for you.
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