When Gina Parrot, a Catholic, married, mother of four meets Mikhail Vladimir, master of deception, it's Electric! Gina takes on a new job as his Office Manager and has no idea, how in one short year her life will be irreversibly changed. Vladimir's obsession and deception soon have him stalking her without limits. Holding on to her dream of a wholesome traditional life she fights against the current, while forces beyond her control, in the guise of a devastating diagnosis and memories from her past rear their ugly heads to leave Gina to question if she has made the right decision. The electric current between Gina and Mikhail soon cause a violent short circuit that change both of their lives, revealing that things aren't often what they seem when we dig to find the truth.
|File size:||3 MB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Carly Compass has a Bachelors Degree in Writing and English from Elmhurst College. She is an avid reader, reviewer as well as a member in good standing of both Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Tau Delta International Honors Societies. She has a number of short stories under her belt published in: the Prairie Light Review, Black Widows, Web of Poetry, and the Middle Western Voice. Her first series, Electric was published in the fall of 2014 with critical acclaim and five star reviews across the board for all four books. She became a best selling author on Amazon when Book 4 came out to the waiting arms of her readers in April of 2015. Electric, The Beginning Book 1 is available for a free download. Books 1, 2, 3 are also available in a discounted combination set. All books read well as stand alone, but you'll want to read every word and leave no page unturned. Pick up your copy today and let the world know what you think by leaving a review! Carly loves hearing from her readers, feel free to connect across the board on all social media.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Gina, the heroine of this story, works hard from morning to night. She labors to create the perfect life for her family by working more than one job, keeping track of her four children, providing meals, cleaning and taking care of her husband and juggling it all seemlessly. To me her life would be drudgery pure and simple. I have been told there are more books in the series and that the author’s goal was to set the stage with this book and that further books will reveal what lurks in suburbia below the level we all seem to see on a daily basis. Well written but sometimes I felt I was reading Gina’s diary rather than being told her story.
Carly knows how to build a story and create details that everyone can relate to. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and can't wait to read, Electric, The Consummation, Book II!