Giveaway: Mina Khan gives back with a Tale of Two Djinns
To me a really good story is like a special gift that’s beautifully and creatively packaged. Opening to the first page is like pulling one end of the ribbon so the bow collapses and the more I read, the more layers are unwrapped, the more surprises revealed. My favorite authors include Isabelle Allende and her complex stories like The House of the Spirits and Lois McMaster Bujold and her wonderful Vorkosigan saga. When I write, my goal is to write the best, many-layered story that I can. Easier said than done, but that’s what I strive for…and when I get notes from readers saying twists and turns kept them reading, or that they were totally surprised by a plot turn…I love it!
April 18, 2012
Review: The Djinn’s Dilemma by Mina Khan
Rukh O’Shay is a half-djinn assassin who is used to being on his own. However, Sarah White tempts him like no one else ever has….problem is, she’s his latest assignment. But how can Rukh kill the woman who’s stolen his heart? And will he be able to save her before someone else finishes the job he was sent to do? The Djinn’s Dilemma is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
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