DUAL REVIEW: Escape Club: Justice – Regan Black

Escape Club: Justice Book Cover Escape Club: Justice
An Escape Club Heroes Short Story
Regan Black
Getaway Reads, LLC
August 24, 2017

Escape Club: Justice is a fast-paced, short adventure featuring characters from the Escape Club Heroes romantic suspense series.
Running the Escape Club is Grant Sullivan's second career and he can't shake the instincts that made him an excellent cop or the ingrained need to help the Philadelphia, PA community he calls home. When a woman comes to the bar determined to shoot a man who assaulted her, Grant and his team must find a way to give her justice over blind vengeance.

Review by Gloria Lakritz

Reviewe Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild

There is nothing more I can say to a reader, that IF you love to read Regan Black is a go to author. Anything that comes from her pen so to speak, is magic! Reading her work for almost ten years, she has the power to write in any genre, whether it be fantasy, UF, Military, thrillers or love stories and it is like Calgon take me away.

This 23 page short, is short and sweet and gives us a view of the club Grant and Katie have founded as Grant “Had a Dream” There has become a password of sorts that has gone out thru the communities that if one needs some help so it was not uncommon for an employee to come to Grant with ‘an Alexander’ request.

In the bar watching the band on stage a young girl has a gun and wants to shoot a band member. It is short and sweet and gets the job done and the message across to why her readers love her so much….well worth the time.


Reviewed by Linda Tonis

Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

This is a very short story prequel to the Escape Club series. Grant Sullivan took early retirement and bought a club he called Escape Club, and its success was beyond his wildest dreams, the club and then his marriage to Katie were everything he could ever have imagined.

At his club Grant set up a code for anyone who requires help, they just must ask for Mr. Alexander.
That was what happened when a woman named Rachel was spotted looking at the band and crying and Natalie a police officer with the Philadelphia Police Department on leave called for Mr. Alexander.

Rachel was raped by one of the band members and like so many others in her situation she was afraid to go to the police convinced she would not be believed because she kissed him. Of course, she said no, and it fell on deaf ears. Grant, Katie and Natalie are determined to make sure this man doesn’t do that to anyone else while hiding behind his popularity.

What happens is quite enlightening and a sign of hope for a woman who didn’t feel she had any.

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