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Dark of Night (Troubleshooters, Book 14)
Dark of Night (Troubleshooters, Book 14)
by Suzanne Brockmann
Edition: Hardcover
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars AN ENORMOUS LET DOWN!, April 15, 2009
I am so surprised and disappointed in this latest story from the Troublshooters series. I was so anxiously awaiting its release, and I even agreed to be open minded when the secret behind who the main couples would be was leaked out. It took me forever to get through this book. I felt the characters were unrecognizable...not the same characters we grew to like in the previous books.....and, yes, I was terribly disappointed in the end that all the little innuendos and suggestions of the past I don't know how many books did not result in a Decker and Sophia pairing. Decker andTray were too fast and too forced as a couple. Nothing special and certainly nothing worth waiting for. Also, we never got a satisfactory explanation as to why Decker was so consistently protective of Sophia and why in HT he said he dreamed of her face, her mouth when in DON he says he never loved her...very blase. What a frustrating ride to take readers on for a five year period just to pull the rug out from underneath us and give us a big fizzle. I had gone into the book with an open mind, but now more than ever I am disappointed with the outcome. Sadly, the pairing of what could have been the literary romanctic couple of our time was sacrificed to give us a boring realistic twist. News flash...people who read romance don't necessarily need or want the realistic in it.

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