My first character crush! Booker T. Adams! My review of: Booker: Streets of Mayhem by John W. Medford

bookerI have never had a character crush, or book boyfriend, but the main character of this book, Booker: Streets of Mayhem, by John W. Medford sure comes close!

He is inter-racial, which leads to a lot of conflict in this book, he is tough as nails, and soft and humorous in all the right places.

Men who read this book will want to be Booker, and the women will want to date him.

I love when books are an excellent fit for both men and women.

I also love when an Author sets a quick scene and then *BAM* takes you right into the action. And once the action starts in this book, it is non-stop!

A bus explosion on just a regular day in Dallas, (for which a white supremist group takes claim), starts this roller-coaster ride, and will keep you guessing the entire time you are reading.

Author, John W. Medford has created a well-rounded and complete character, and the supporting characters are just as complete. The story is solid and every sentence has a purpose and the story flows without a bump, and there isn’t any confusion for the reader.

I will definitely continue reading this series regardless of whether or not I am offered them for review in the future.

Here is the Amazon link for purchase:

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jane
    Mar 02, 2015 @ 16:20:36

    Thank you so much for reviewing my client’s book!

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  2. dg21340
    Mar 02, 2015 @ 16:04:51

    Hello January, You have been very busy since Christmas with all your reading. I submitted one of my books that you asked me to send to you back in Oct/Nov, as you haven’t posted anything on it – does that mean it is one you aren’t interested in reading- it was a memoir. Kind regards, Dawn Griffis

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