The Appeal of Evil by Pembroke Sinclair: Spotlight and Review

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Title: The Appeal Of Evil                     

Author: Pembroke Sinclair

Series: Book 1

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Publisher: Booktrope

Release Date: January 17th,2014

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Back Cover Blurb: Katie wants to invest her heart and soul in love, but she may lose both to Hell.

Katie, a senior in high school, is torn between loving the “good” guy, her childhood friend Wes who makes promises he doesn’t keep and abandons her when she needs him the most, and the “bad” guy, the new kid at school Josh who is also a real demon from Hell. Katie wants someone who pays attention to her and puts her first, but what is she willing to give up to find him?

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About the Author

I have had several short stories, novels, and novellas published. My story, “Sohei,” was named one of the Best Stories of 2008 by The Cynic Online Magazine. I have novellas and a short story collection available from Musa Publishing and eTreasures Publishing. I have a novella, The History of My Wishes, published by MuseItUp Publishing. My novels, Coming from Nowhere (adult, sci fi), Life After the Undead (YA, horror), and Death to the Undead (YA, sequel to Life After the Undead) are available from eTreasures Publishing. Life After the Undead was a Top Ten Finisher in the Preditors and Editors Reader’s Poll in the YA category and the cover art category.

In April, I have a middle grade novel called The Ifs coming out, which will be published by Little Devil Books. I also have two picture books that will be available from eTreasures Publishing. All of the children’s titles are written under the pen name J.D. Pooker. Under Pembroke Sinclair, I also have an adult urban fantasy novel entitled Wucaii that will be published by MuseItUp Publishing.

Under my real name, Jessica Robinson, from March 2008 to January 2011, I wrote scientific articles for Western Farmer-Stockman. I have a nonfiction book, Life Lessons from Slasher Films, published in July 2012 from Scarecrow Publishing (an imprint of Rowman and Littlefield).

I have my Master’s in English, and I am a freelance content editor for Musa Publishing, as well as a former content and line editor for eTreasures Publishing

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I was given a copy by the author in return of my honest review.

I loved this book. It has so many twists and turns that you would be hooked throughout the novel. Pembroke has done an amazing job with her characters and you do relate to Katie on so many levels.

it starts with Katie and Wes. Katie is crazy about Wes, but he is toying with her feelings time and time again, rejecting her every time she thinks something is going to happen. For sure a girl will get fed up with this and Katie did when Josh came into the picture.

Now Josh is the ultimate bad boy, a demon eating souls.

He is amazingly sweet on Katie and although she knows Josh is bad news, she really wants him too.

Wes don’t like it one bit, and it turns out that Wes is Katie’s protector, but chooses to do this from a distance.

Katie needs to choose, good or evil and believe me it’s not as easy as you would think.

I really loved this novel. I couldn’t put it down and I feel sorry for Katie that has to choose between the good guy, Wes, or evil bad boy Josh. I liked both of them, Josh a bit more, and it’s for me hard to choose.

I would recommend this for everyone that wants to read a fast entertaining novel about good and evil. I hope there will be a sequel.

Good luck Pembroke and job well done. I can understand now why you are a finalist in the Dante Roseetti Awards.

I wish you all the luck with that.

Kind Wishes,

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1 thought on “The Appeal of Evil by Pembroke Sinclair: Spotlight and Review

  1. Thank you so much for having me on your blog and for your review! I’m glad you enjoyed the book, and yes, there will be a sequel!

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