Saturday, November 25, 2017

Once I Was a Soldier by Daniel Kemp

Once I Was A Soldier
by Daniel Kemp

My rating: 4 stars

Publisher: Creativia; 2 edition (September 25, 2017)
Publication Date: September 25, 2017
Genre: Suspense
Print Length: 355 pages
Available from: Amazon
Francesca Clark-Bartlett, wife of the American Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, is seeking more power than she already has. Meanwhile, the attractive yet naive Melissa Iverson wishes she had never inherited her family's vast fortune.

After they both become entangled with a 44-year-old, womanizing British intelligence agent, the two women find themselves in a web of deception and mystery. Threatening letters, dark family secrets and connections to persons of power all tell them that the path they tread is wrought with danger.

Daniel Kemp's Once I Was A Soldier is both a thriller brimming with international intrigue, and a story of poignant self-reflection.


Once I Was a Soldier by Daniel Kemp

Once I Was A SoldierShe broke her widowed father’s heart with her cold and callous demeanor, her passions that were different than his, her lack of interest in the family empire and her lust for money. When he died, Melissa Iverson was determined to squeeze every drop out of her inheritance, no matter who got hurt in the process. Melissa was not prepared for the web of lies and deceit she became enmeshed in when she met Terry, the undercover British intelligence agent, or the fact that she would not be his only conquest.

The wife of an American presidential nominee is determined to gain more power than she has in the world’s arena. Her involvement with the intelligence agent would bring political intrigue, while Karma seemed to be paying young Melissa back in spades as they share the charming agent’s affections and prowess. Someone wants Melissa dead, and no continent seems safe. Politics, power and sexual gratification will drive this mystery to a conclusion that can shape global alliances while bringing one young woman to her knees in a fight for survival against vengeance.

Daniel Kemp’s ONCE I WAS A SOLDIERis filled with deceit, personal and political machinations, and one woman’s stark look in the mirror that is her life. Dark, detailed and filled with emotional landmines, this tale of intrigue is perfect for those who do need any fluff or even to like the characters they will be spending several hours with. While not a fast-paced read, there is a depth to this story that runs deep with a plethora of details to absorb.


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