“Hong Kong Treasure is a unique love story entangled with intrigue and suspense. D Dominik Wickles captures a true treasure in itself from start to finish.”

Cheryl Bricker

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“I do not usually read Romances. However, the title of D. Dominik Wickles new novel caught my attention and the thought of a Martial Arts expert and Action Star being the protagonist sold me on giving it a try. I am so glad that  they did. This fast paced novel drips with mystery, female and professional jealousy, demonic stepfather, and being lost. But all of those items just make the treasure shine that much better as love, goodness, righteousness and the beauty of the human spirit rise from the muck and leave the reader cheering at the conclusion. I believe a must read for 2015.”

Todd Main

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“Hong Kong Treasure is a fun new book that combines mystery, romance, and an exotic location! The book is well written, with a plot and characters that make it extremely enjoyable. I loved being able to transport to different cities in Asia that I’ve never visited (but now want to!). Deshi and Annie’s relationship is very cute and I think that anyone who enjoys Romance (and travel) would love this book.”

Jillian Howison

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“Hong Kong Treasure by this unique author is a quick read with its suspense-filled pages. D. Dominik Wickles creates characters who come alive as they take us from the typhoon-swept Philippines to the multi-faceted culture of East Asian citiesMystery flies off the pages as Wickles’ teases the readers’ imaginations. The main character Annie’s true identity is gradually uncovered along with her unlikely rescuer’s questionable love for her. Buried treasure is found in the intrigue with its twists and turns. (Some sensitive adult material is included. Discretion advised.)”

Ann M. Filutze

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“There are some things you can’t teach a writer and one of those is the “storytelling gift,” which I define as the ability to draw readers in and provide them with an experience so realistic and true that it can be mistaken for a memory. In other words, some writers come to the craft and others are born into that craft. You can teach grammar, structure and other elements of fiction-writing, but you can’t teach the “gift” – the innate ability to tell a great story. D. Dominik Wickles was born to be a writer and her love of fiction and writing shines through on every page.She has that storytelling gift. In Hong Kong Treasure, Dominik Wickles puts a fresh spin on the amnesiac love story, and pairs it with an excellent female villain and a whole lot of mystery. Her characters are fresh and the settings are exotic. This is a first-rate novel that will sweep you off your feet and take you on an adventure.I can’t wait to see what’s next!”

Nicole Galloway Miller


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