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Crow's Row Kindle Edition
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The story took a short time to hook me but once I passed the 10 percent mark on my Kindle the story picked up and didn't stop until the end. I stayed up very late a couple of nights in a row saying to myself, "I'll just read one more chapter."
I liked how the story ended. The author neatly tied everything up but at the same time left an opening for a possible sequel. Crow's Row didn't leave me hanging but if a sequel is written I will definitely be buying it.
I have no fault with the writing or story premise, but the juvenile nature of the "romance" and simplistic view of the life of a drug lord, described at one point as one of the most powerful in the country, is almost laughable.
Here we have a 26 year old drug lord who is barely able to make eye contact with the woman he supposedly loves and blushes repeatedly.
While motorcycle romances are almost too gritty in their reality (how could anyone love a man this bad), the characters in this are overly sanitized. Even the love scene has been washed over.
I finished the book, but won`t bother finding out what happens in the sequel.
It felt like an entire lifetime passed as I read. Hockley has really fleshed out her characters, giving the reader a glimpse into their very souls, and I too found myself falling in love with Cameron. I loved the pacing of the novel, and Hockley's ability to fit all the pieces of the story together in such a perfect way, though the ending... was like a knife in the gut.
It's not a mystery novel, but there is much suspense within the pages of Crow's Row. Hockley presents different scenarios that made me feel as if the story would go one way, but then it went in an entirely different direction, causing me slight heart attacks as I feared for Emily, for Cameron, for Rocco... I had a lot of pent up fear as I read, sure that something terrible was about to happen. And it eventually did. Emily is, afterall, held captive by a crime boss, and though he's a dreamy, sexy character, he's also the head of a group of killers. Bad things are going to happen to some of the characters, and while I think I knew this is the back of my mind, it still shocked me and left me flabbergasted when they did.
There isn't a happy ending, per se, but it does work perfectly with the novel, though I hate to say it. The ending just about killed me.Read more ›
I thought the premise was excellent and I was really excited to read the book, however, I found the overall execution of the story somewhat lacking. This book had suspense and definitely brought surprises, but frankly, I was bored. It was very ambitious of the author to make Cameron into the biggest drug lord/gang leader in all of the US, and I have to admit when they were talking about "offshore" bank accounts, I chuckled a bit at the ridiculousness of it. Cameron's character portrayal just didn't match up to that level of drama; I didn't think of him as a tough guy at all. To be believable, I think he needed to be a bit more alpha, a bit more aggressive.
As for the romance in the book, I felt the connection between Cameron and Emily in the beginning, but when over half of the book had gone by without even a kiss, much of the intensity was lost. Cameron was so standoffish and chaste with Emily, looking away when she undressed, pulling away when she kissed him. It was hard to connect him to the tough drug lord/gang leader that he was supposed to be. I felt like there needed to be more to their relationship before they started proclaiming their love for one another. It's not that I didn't believe they could have those feelings, it's just that the build up to those feelings was missing.
I am a bit befuddled by all the high praise this novel is receiving. Did they read the same book as me?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Such a good book. Made me cry like a million times. But the ending hit me hard. Definitely buying the other book. <3Published 1 day ago by Emily Pham
Its not that I didn't like this book. But I sort of 'nothing' it. Honestly, I found myself skimming a great deal. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Samantha TBD
I'm being generous with three stars. And I really don't like to give negative reviews.
I've never wanted to smack some sense into someone as much as I wanted with this... Read more
Amazing!!! But theres gotta be a 3rd installment there is to many cliffhangers here. What happens with the cartel and the coalition? How do they bring down shield? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I picked this book up randomly and was intrigued by the first hundred pages or so. But than things not only got a bit repetitive but also a little boring. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Samantha
I read NA/YA every now and then because sometimes (think Ker Dukey) the great underlying plot can really carry a story. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mady Rivas
This has to be one of the silliest books I've ever read. Frankly I purchased it accidentally because it somehow came up as another category. Read morePublished 8 months ago
Emily Sheppard is one of those girls who doesn't have many friends or close family members. The last person she was closest to was her brother Bill, who is deceased. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michelle