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Midnight Reflections: [Romantic Suspense] Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I read the first eight chapters in one sitting, and the remainder of the book in the second sitting the next day, straight through (except for a short incoming phone call break) due to the easy story telling/writing flow and definite reading escapism factor. The main characters had the right blend of strong and vulnerable and were plausible and relatable. I think the author created two of the more realistic main characters I've read in a while in this genre with regard to their thoughts, emotions, insecurities, and the relationship pace and development. I especially liked that the story continued for a chapter or two after the "we-got-the-bad-guy" part of the story concluded.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes their romances with an actual story, a little suspense and action, and less page-after-page of repetitive erotica type drooling, angst, and sex. Kindle formatting was excellent and contained only a few typos.
It starts out with Julia going and finding out about her brother. She finds him in a hospital not getting the medical attention that he needed. She moves him to a private hospital.
Her car gets towed and when she leaves the impound the car starts acting up. She's stuck on the road and that's how she first meets Robin. He's a lawyer but mistakes him for a mechanic. Robin helps her tow her car and drops her off at the hospital.
Unfortunately Julia's brother dies. Robin suspects foul play.
Robin and Julia join forces to uncover the truth.
This is a wonderfully written story and I really enjoyed it. Wish that Midnight Reflections had never ended. If it hadn't though I'd never got any sleep. 5-stars. - Crystal Newman, The Kindle Book Review.
it's a good quick read, with a hero ( and his friends) and a heroine with a grandmother, and chase scenes and everything.
grab it- you'll like it!
Also, the display for this book on my e-ink Kindle was difficult to see. Each page has a gray shaded background, so the black text did not stand out very well. I have never seen this before, and not sure what the thoughts were on creating it this way. Maybe it is 'pretty' on the Fire or color displays? It made it difficult to read, and I would ask for my money back if I had paid for this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a very interesting read very detailed characters. A thriller/romance like no other. I will definetly look for more from this authorPublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
The author is a very good story teller. The book has a well developed plot with many humorous scenes that I laughed through most of it as I read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Laverne Winn
I really enjoyed this story. It brought romance and good detective work together. I would have given it five stars but it needed à good editor.Published 13 months ago by Jean
I enjoyed the book it was an easy read. Although storyline was predictable, the book was hard to put down.Published 13 months ago by Anna
I really enjoyed reading this book I was upset when it ended I just wanted to continue reading.Published 15 months ago by angela risley
Pros - Entertaining, fast moving, decent plot. Cons - Lots of miss spelling/ poor editingPublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer