Jane Harvey-Berrick doesn’t just write books. She creates experiences for readers. In Slave To The Rhythm, Jane brings us a uniquely beautiful romantic suspense, a story of love and light shrouded in the darkness of the criminal underworld.
Jane really is a gifted storyteller, and this book is a shining example. Her storylines are always fresh and original, and she weaves words into a story that is compulsively readable.
Slave To The Rhythm was an exciting story, fraught with danger and tension, and Jane tempers that with an unlikely love story. Most impressive about the love story was the unique characterization. Our heroine, in spite of her physical limitations, or perhaps because of them, was one of the strongest I’ve read in a while.
While our hero, my beloved Ash, was so in tune with himself, so sure of who he is and what he wants. He’s got a fighter’s spirit, but he also retains his tenderness.
Jane’s talent in writing richly layered stories is in full effect in this book. Slave To The Rhythm captures the reader, the story playing out so vividly it’s as if you can see it all before your eyes. Her research and attention to detail are unmatched, allowing the reader to truly lose themselves in the story.
Jane Harvey-Berrick has been an auto-buy author for me since my first book of hers, and I’m excited to see the journey she has in store for us next.
For as long as I can remember, I wanted to write. Perhaps it was growing up in a village well known for its mystery and folklore, which sparked my imagination as a child.
I enjoy writing in several different genres, and I’ve just published my first romcom, ‘Dazzled’.
All my books have a little me in them, and I’m inspired by the personal stories of those around me. It’s often from a simple discussion overheard in the train (‘Exposure’), in a café, or in the street, where ideas for characters or scenes come to me.
I fell in love with both Sam (‘The New Samurai’) and the eponymous Sebastian in ‘The Education of Sebastian’ and the sequel ‘The Education of Caroline’, and missed them desperately once I’d finished their stories. I love writing dialogue and always try to include touches of humour in the most poignant stories.
Whether you like adult romance novels, new or young adult writing, thrillers, or fantasy, I hope you’ll enjoy the journey through my stories.