Book Review: FORBIDDEN COLOURS, a Romantic Medical Thriller, by Nicole Fitton.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars by Iris Chacon.

The reviewer received a free download in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.


Midori’s new job, happy love life, and nearly perfect existence suddenly become a morass of deception, crime, and death stretching all the way to her mother’s youth in Japan. When Midori’s brother is endangered, and her lover is kidnapped, this young Japanese-English woman, all alone, must find and face a psychopathic killer before time runs out.


The characters are presented in such engaging ways that the reader invests a great deal of empathy in these people and feels a driving sense of urgency to find out whether the characters will survive their deadly enemies — both human and chemical.

Author Nicole Fitton has lived in the locales and NicoleFittonhas worked in the healthcare industry, lending authenticity to her descriptions and characters. Nicole’s lifelong fascination with science has provided her with excellent research skills, which benefit her readers by creating medical and pharmacological scenarios as real as the day’s news headlines.

If you enjoy medical drama with mystery and romance, this is for you. The story is well-paced and the prose is lovely. There are adult themes and some instances of foul language, so sub-adult readers should be discouraged.


Learn more about Nicole Fitton at Nicole’s website or on her Amazon Author Page.




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