Welcome to the blog tour for Takeover by Edie Baylis. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the spot on the tour. Read on for more info, a giveaway, and my review.
She’s the boss now…
Daddy’s girl Samantha Reynold hadn’t bargained on unexpectedly needing to step into her father’s shoes and take over the family casino business.
Pampered and spoiled, Sam knows nothing about the rules of this glamorous but deadly new world. She has a lot to learn and even more to prove. But she won’t let her family down, especially when it looks like they could lose everything to their biggest rivals – the Stoker family.
Eldest son Sebastian hasn’t got time to pander to pretty girl Samantha as she plays at being boss. Rumours are swirling around the streets of Birmingham that have the power to rip the Stoker family apart and destroy everything they’ve built.
And Seb will stop at nothing to ensure that in this takeover, only one will succeed.
A gripping new gangland story perfect for fans of Kimberley Chambers, Heather Atkinson and Caz Finlay.
Takeover by Edie Baylis is a gritty. Exciting, gang crime thriller. This is a new to me author, and I’m excited because she’s another author I can put in my list to pay attention to when she releases books.
This started off at a slower pace, but that wasn’t a negative. It allows the reader to really get to know the characters, who are so well developed. This is a character driven novel.
Once the story gets moving, it is very exciting. The twists and turns are surprising and the pace is excellent, which kept me invested in the story.
Takeover is gripping and very well written. Don’t miss out on this excellent read!
Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Edie Baylis is a successful self-published author of dark gritty thrillers with violent background settings. She lives in Worcestershire, has a history of owning daft cars and several motorbikes and is licensed to run a pub. She has signed a five-book deal with Boldwood.
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