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3* Review: Eve’s Thieves Mac Rome

Eve’s Thieves is the debut novel from Mac Rome released by Midnight Frost Books  the new imprint from Crimson Frost Books. Here’s my review:

If you are a lover of dark, comic book heroes and villains then Eve’s Thieves should appeal.

All the main characters are female both protagonist and antagonist and the main romance is between two women Lilka and Wynda.

The concept of the story is clever. Someone or something evil is stealing parts of women’s bodies leaving them an empty shell. Peri a PI receives a tip-off that she isn’t the only victim of these supernatural thieves. She bands the other women together. Each chapter is devoted to tracking down the individual evil thieves and reclamation of their lost body parts.

Eve Thieves’ characters are larger than life and the supernatural horror they face encroaches on the human world.

Definitely for adults Eve’s Thieves is an unusual read.

If you enjoy erotic female/female romance and fantasy horror this may be for you.

I received a copy of the e-book from the author in return for an honest review.

Buy Links:

Amazon UK

Amazon .Com

Check out Mac’s other book from Crimson Frost Books 11 Month Inn which I reviewed on Friday here.

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Author, blogger and book reviewer. I am the author of 'The Dragon Legacy' series and 'The Dangerous Gift'. Animal welfare supporter. Loves reading, writing, countryside walks, cookery and gardening, .

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