Rubby Jam By Daniel Sadikov

RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW

 

Title: Rubby Jam: A Novel of Love and Addiction
Author: Daniel Sadikov
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: May 12, 2019

 

 

 

~SYNOPSIS~
When the life of his beloved girlfriend is in danger, he will do anything to save her.
Eric, a handsome young man, falls for Estie, a gorgeous, free-spirited stripper who likes living on the edge. Her uninhibited world, so different from his, intrigues him, and he is curious to find out more.
At the beginning their relationship is electrifying, but over time, Eric is drawn deeper into Estie’s edgy world and decides not only to observe but to also take part. He dabbles in drugs, but addiction was not part of his plan.
When they discover that Estie’s health is in danger, Eric takes a huge risk to save her life and gets involved in a crime that might cost them their freedom.

 

 

 ~PURCHASE~ 


 

 ~MEET THE AUTHOR~

 

Daniel Sadikov spent his recent years surfing around the world while working odd jobs to support himself and enable those trips.
When he writes, he discovers things about himself, and when he reads, he discovers things about life. He hopes his readers will find their inner truth between the lines of what he has written.
Today, Sadikov lives in Tel Aviv with his wife and their cat, who just loves squatting on the keyboard just as the muses strike Daniel with inspiration.
Follow Daniel on Instagram @danielsadikov or Facebook.

 

 

 

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descriptiondescriptionI honestly didn’t know what to expect from this one. The synopsis sounded intriguing and I love trying new authors, so I figured “what the hell.” And I really liked it. The plot was intriguing. The setting (Tel Aviv) was unique. The characters were interesting. It actually read like it could be a movie on the big screen. For 90% of this book I was leaning towards 5-Stars. However, the last 10% took some shine off of it. I found the last bit of this book to be super rushed and the ending quite abrupt. Not that I didn’t like the outcome of the ending, because I did. After everything that happened I thought it best for Eric, but I needed more closure concerning Estie. Still, this was a fantastic read that gets two thumbs up for yours truly.

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