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Perilous Love, Jan Selbourne

Action & Adventure, Espionage & Conspiracy, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, Romance

Adrian Bryce has led something of a playboy lifestyle, playing fast and hard with a beautiful seductress until the British government sends him on a spying assignment. The deadly mission sees Adrian and his family running for their lives through a war-torn Europe. On the perilous road to home, a web of spies and assassins surround them on all sides. As the danger grows, Adrian finds himself more drawn to the lovely Gabrielle. A nightmare of betrayal and brutality follow them as Adrian risks everything to get his family back home.

At the end of January, I read and reviewed an incredible book on my website called Lies of Gold which is written by the talented author Jan Selbourne. Lies of Gold was an intriguing historical mystery that weaves themes of gold smuggling and a passionate affair; my award for the book was five stars so of course upon finishing it I was desperate to read Selbourne’s novel, Perilous Love! When I started to read Perilous Love I was excited because the description alludes to themes I adore in a story, topics of espionage, romance and action are all explored wonderfully in Perilous Love and the result is an enticing read that will leave a lasting impression on its readers from beginning to end.

Perilous Love will take the reader on an action-packed journey that is full of intrigue and romance. The protagonist of the story is the very handsome Adrian Bryce, and Adrian could be described as a playboy; he loves nothing more than to party and surround himself with beautiful women, but one day the ‘British Government sends him on a spying assignment.’ The assignment Adrian goes on will take him down a dark path across war-torn Europe, Adrian will find himself entangled in a terrifying plot full of assassins and spies galore, and this book lovers is the premise of the sensational novel.

The story of Perilous Love will leave its readers feeling a host of different emotions, the reader will feel passion thanks to the romance theme throughout the book, but mostly they will feel an exhilarating feeling thanks to the action and unpredictable plot of the book. Perlious Love from the cover may seem like a romance filled book with maybe even themes of erotica, however, the book is far from this because it is one man’s journey as a spy as he uncovers a terrifying plot. Themes of romance and passion are laced throughout the book thanks to Adrian’s love interest called Gabrielle, but mostly it is an action-packed novel full of many exciting and heart-stopping moments.

The story was filled with an abundance of suspense, so much so that I raced through the book because I was desperate to find out the mystery at the heart of the story and whether Adrian would succeed with his work. Jan Selbourne managed to make me turn the pages fast with her other book Lies of Gold, but in Perilous Love I found myself turning the pages even more quickly because there was so much pent-up tension and wow when it exploded it did on an incredible level!

The suspense and the brilliant plot is all thanks to the incredibly talented author Jan Selbourne. When I read Lies of Gold, I was impressed by Selborne’s ability to write romance as well as her characters however I loved the book so much that I was worried Perlious Love would not live up to my high expectations. However, upon finishing Perlious Love, I can happily write that this brilliant novel exceeded my expectations. I have to write also that I am incredibly impressed with Selbourne’s evolution of literature. Although Lies of Gold has some themes that could be considered as action, it is mostly a romance and a mystery but Perlious Love is full of action and Selbourne executed these scenes incredibly well and I am impressed with this and her talent.

As Perlious Love is an exceptional story that is full of romance, action, and thrilling moments and events, I, of course, have to award this stellar book five stars! So please, have a read of Perlious Love and also have a look at Lies of Gold because both are equally magnificent!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much and love discussing wonderful books with all of you so please, comment below and let me know your thoughts on Perilous Love; do you see yourself reading this book? Let me know all of those brilliant thoughts of yours below! Thank you so much again for reading!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is click the Buy on Amazon button and it will take you straight to the book on Amazon U.S.! If you are in the U.K. then below I have attached a link to the book for the Amazon U.K. I have also attached some links about the author and this wonderful book! Thank you so much again for reading book lovers, I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this book.

Amazon U.S. Amazon U.K.Goodreads

Jan Selbourne: Author Facebook – Publisher

Thank you so much again for reading!

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Last January I received an email from Aimee Ann, Red Headed Book Lover Blog, asking if she could review my book Lies of Gold. At first I was sceptical, ‘who is this red headed book blog person?’ However, after a couple of friendly emails, I wanted Aimee Ann to go ahead. Her review was thorough, she didn’t miss anything, and it was very complimentary. I’ve followed Aimee Ann’s book reviews ever since and I’m in awe of her ability to read, absorb and review so many books so brilliantly. I asked her if she’d consider reviewing my first book, Perilous… Read more »

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