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Caught Between Worlds Paperback – August 15, 2016
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I really did Gabby and Rick. They were a sweet couple and one that I rooted for throughout the book. They had their issues. One was that Gabby lived in Canada, went to university (college) and wasn't supposed to break down in St. Clair. Rick was older, lawman and lived in the US. But what the heart wants, the heart wants. What was interesting about them was how Gabby stood up to Rick when she had to and how Rick treated Gabby. Sure he was protective of her but never treated her like a child. These two were well suited for each other but they did have some things to work out.
The paranormal/mystery/suspense element was BRILLIANT! I would have never thought of it and how it all played out was very well thought out. It is a thread that binds the book and characters together but again, Ms. Gadbois finds a balance that I haven't seen done in a very long time. And keep the romance going, too.
I especially liked the secondary characters, Bill and Suzanne. My heart went out to Jack and Carla but in the end...Again, Jack. ;)
Overall, this is a brilliant debut. The premise reads like it's been done before, but wait for it...Ms. Gadbois puts a wicked spin on it and I've -read it already.
*I received this book from the publisher for my opinion. My opinion is my own and I was not paid for it.*
I adored and was pulled in by the cheeky dialogue between the female characters in this book. I completely heard four college women on a road trip.
I'm not a huge fan of ghost stories, but I did enjoy the mystery surrounding this one. I won't give anything away, but let me say I didn't understand why Gabby and Sue could see the ghost when no one else could. Also, it was never explained why the ghost stayed "caught between worlds" and then was freed.
Although I figured out the mystery, it was still well-delivered. Clues were dropped and hints given. A few red herrings were thrown in for good measure. But it seemed obvious to me from the beginning.
What really pulled my rating down was the romance. Not that it wasn't believable, but it seemed completely out of character for both Gabby and Rick to fall into bed when she was in danger and he was her guardian. It would have been a better story for me if the tension could have just kept building between them and then they gave in once Gabby was no longer in danger.
Also, the story is about the mystery. The last several chapters of the novel to wrap up the romance and give us a HEA really dragged. Even so, I would totally read another book by this author.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This story centers around Gabrielle and Richard and their budding relationship. They are instantly attracted to one another and want to pressure it, but to complicate matters, there is a mystery surrounds unexplained accidents and the ghost of a little boy named Steven.
While their investigation continues to bring forth more questions, their feelings evolve and have them wondering if this is just a passing fling or is this something more meaningful.
The danger grows and feelings deepen, but can they solve the mystery before someone else gets hurt or worse, killed?
Overall, I was impressed with this storyline's ability to engage the reader and hold them captive until the last page. The concept was interesting and thought provoking, while the passion was intense and sensual.
Although some parts dragged while others seemed rushed, I rather enjoyed this book. I loved how Gabby connected with Steven and help him on is journey, while at the same time she pushes Rick to face his past and come to terms with it.
The friendship between the four girls is touching and love how they may not always get along, but they also have each others back.
I look forward to reading more from G.P. Gadbois in the future.
This book contains paranormal/ crime and romance. A week’s holiday for Gabby and her friends doesn't go according to plan when they break down in a small town. Whilst the holiday seems ruined they meet the town’s hotties, Rick and Bill, along with the towns resident ghost. The characters themselves were okay, although I did find one or two irritating so that provoked emotions/ annoyances within me.
I do love a good paranormal read and this really has potential to be a great read but I feel it needed more, maybe I am just greedy in what I expect from a book so to others reading this, my hang ups would not be an issue.
The story was okay for me but I had a hard time getting into the story. I'm not sure what it was but I couldn't really connect with the characters themselves.
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