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Echo Bay Christmas Paperback – August 23, 2013
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Gina Robinson lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and children. She loves humor, romance, suspense, and spies. Not necessarily in that order. She writes humorous romantic suspense, contemporary romance, historical romance, new adult romance, and women's fiction. If she could meet just one fictional spy, she'd be hard pressed to choose between James Bond and Max Smart. In her opinion, the perfect spy would be a combination of the two. Most days she writes while wearing slippers, flip-flops, or tennis shoes, depending on the season. But she loves a great, sexy heel and has a closet full for special occasions. Connect with Gina online at www.ginarobinson.com
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Tara on the other got on my last nerve. I tried to be sympathetic to her feelings and how she decided to deal with her brother's death, but it wasn't always easy. I didn't think she was very nice or observant, she often only thought of herself. Of course, the more time she spent with Ryan, the more I liked her. He was exactly what she needed.
I would have liked this book more if it hadn't dragged in parts. I honestly wanted to skim sometimes and skip whole parts at other times. There was something about the writing that seemed stiff, it didn't flow in a way that made me not want to put the book down. Overall, it was a decent read and I will check out more by Gina Robinson.
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