GUESS THE TRUE STATEMENT & WIN JESSICA BELL’S THRILLER, WHITE LADY!
To celebrate the release of Jessica Bell’s latest novel, WHITE LADY, she is giving away an e-copy (mobi, ePub, or PDF)
to the first person to correctly guess the one true statement in the three statements below. To clarify, two statements are lies, and one is true:
Jessica Bell has never told anyone about the ...
a. tattoo on her butt that says “Winnie the Pooh”
b. bald spot she has on her scalp which resulted from a bike accident
birthmark on her back that’s in the shape of a heart
What do you think? Which one is true? Write your guess in the comments, along with your email address. Comments will close in 48 hours. If no-one guesses
correctly within in 48 hours, comments will stay open until someone does.
Want more chances to win? You have until October 31 to visit all the blogs where Jessica will share a different set of true and false statements
on each one. Remember, each blog is open to comments for 48 hours only from the time of posting.
If you win, you will be notified by email with instructions on how to download the book.
Click HERE to see the list of blogs.
*This novel contains coarse language, violence, and sexual themes.
Sonia yearns for sharp objects and blood. But now that she’s rehabilitating herself as a “normal”
mother and mathematics teacher, it’s time to stop dreaming about slicing people’s throats.
While being the wife of Melbourne’s leading drug lord and simultaneously dating his best mate is not
ideal, she’s determined to make it work.
It does work. Until Mia, her lover’s daughter, starts exchanging saliva with her son, Mick. They plan to commit a crime behind Sonia’s back. It isn’t
long before she finds out and gets involved to protect them.
But is protecting the kids really Sonia’s motive?
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I was offered a free copy of this book directly from the author in return for an honest review. From the blurb, I wasn’t expecting a cosy mystery but the constant explicit language and characters wanting to slit
throats hits the reader bang in your face. On the other hand, Jessica Bell has tried to do something different in telling the story through multiple points of view. At first I found this hard to get into as I was only just getting to know one character when
it was onto the next chapter and a different point of view leaving me to imagine what it must be like to suffer from schizophrenia. The book has been described as ‘edgy’ or ‘gritty’ and if that appeals to you then you will enjoy this
book. I wish I could say I’d enjoyed it more but it was just that bit too near the edge for my tastes. Nevertheless, I can appreciate what the author was trying to achieve.