Shalini and Peter Boland live in Dorset with their two noisy boys. They write addictive fiction and publish under Adrenalin Books.
OUTSIDE - a post-apocalyptic novel (Outside Series #1)
THE CLEARING (Outside Series #2)
THE PERIMETER (Outside Series #3)
HIDDEN (Marchwood Vampire Series #1)
THICKER THAN BLOOD (Marchwood Vampire Series #2)
HUNTED (Marchwood Vampire Series #3)
A SHIRTFUL OF FROGS
THE SPIRAL ARM (Episode 1, Season1)
THE SPIRAL ARM (Episode 2, Season1)
THE SPIRAL ARM (Episode 3, Season1)
THE SPIRAL ARM (Episode 4, Season1)
THE SPIRAL ARM (Episode 5, Season1)
The Girl From The Sea - a gripping psychological thriller by Shalini Boland
The Spiral Arm (Episode 1, Season 2) by Peter Boland
The Spiral Arm (Episode 2, Season 2) by Peter Boland
It is the 6th century and Aelia has a forbidden love. But her secret is about to be discovered with terrible consequences. Chilling and fast-paced, Thicker Than Blood combines passion and drama with a historical twist.
Now an international bestseller. Fans of Twilight and Interview with the Vampire will enjoy this paranormal adventure that spans the centuries from modern London to 19th century Paris and ancient Cappadocia.
Madison Greene lives in foster care. On her sixteenth birthday she inherits a huge mansion house. But the house hides a secret; one that Madison is determined to uncover.
It’s 1940 and twins Jimmy and Patrick are off to catch frogs in the North London countryside. But as the day unfolds, Jimmy realises that the ghost of Nan Clarks Lane may be more than just a story.
(Also contains Chapter One from the full length novel A Shirtful of Frogs.)
Suitable for both adults and children aged 10+
Lyndsey Water finds herself at the gates of heaven, but that’s not what’s making her knees quiver, because her grim reaper comes in the shape of bonny Aidan MacRae, a Scotsman from the eighteenth century. It’s definitely lust at first sight, but this quickly transforms into something deeper as they are given the opportunity to share glimpses of each other’s lives.
The story has a well-paced balance of humour and pathos as we are taken on an emotional journey through the main characters’ memories of Scotland, France and America. At one point, I thought this was going to be the main thrust of the story, but Cyndi Tefft manages to pack a few more surprises into this engaging tale.
There are strong themes of faith and family weaving through the novel and these fit in perfectly with the story. There's also a smattering of steaminess, but I'd say it's still a suitable read for young adults. Lindsay is a charming, funny, sympathetic main character and I’m looking forward to reading more about her in the sequel when it’s released!