ARC BOOK REVIEW
This story is so very intriguing and though I'm not quite sure yet what is occurring here yet I am certainly very invested In finding out.
So I was a newcomer to this author until very recently and what I have ultimately learned with this particular writer is to expect anything.
Natalie Bennet has an extensive imagination and is not afraid to push the envelope in terms of shock and questionable behaviour.
"Queen Of Diamonds" being the first in a series, is an introduction to a new world and as such, I think here, we are just finding our feet.
I am actually expecting big things to come and I feel book one here sets events up very nicely for the future.
In "Queen Of Diamonds" we get a glimpse into the criminal world of Mateo Remmington and especially start to learn the beginnings of what makes him tick.
We have also introduced to Elena the female interest and just as we start to get a handle on where this might be going
All the cards are thrown in the air and the timeline muddied to reflect confusion on all current events.
I Have no idea what Mateo's game is or what has happened to Elana's twin.
But I'm sure gaging to find out.
So "Queen of Diamonds has all the initial ingredients to make this series an amazingly epic endeavour.
I'm really looking forward to delving much deeper into this tapestry of unique and engaging individuals.
This book has a fantastic debuting cast and is set in a criminal world that is as captivating as it is compelling.
It's told in dual POV which is my favourite type of storytelling.
And manages from the start to snag and keep my attention.
At the moment, I am loving Elana warts and all and Mateo, I am reserving judgement till I know his ultimate end game.
This is a great start to what seems to be an interesting new story.
I am eagerly awaiting the next instalment, can't wait to see where the author is taking this.
Thank You to the Author for providing me with an ARC of "Queen Of Diamonds" (Old Money Roulette #1) of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.
Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm