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The Fall of Lucas Kendrick (Hagen) Mass Market Paperback – October 25, 2011
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Kay Hooper, who has more than thirteen million copies of her books in print worldwide, has won numerous awards and high praise for her novels. She lives in North Carolina.
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THE STORY: Lucas Kendrick has finally been approached to take on his assignment for the secret government agency that his boss and friends have been systematically drafted into assisting. Lucas is to track down some stolen artwork by getting entrance into a house party of the suspect. The complication, however, is that his way into the party is the woman he once loved and left ten years ago. Lucas, now the chief investigator, was a police officer ten years ago and met Kyle Griffin, a college student. The two had a whirlwind romance before Lucas had to leave her. Now the two have been forced together and the heat of their old romance may burn them both.
OPINION: I am a big fan of this series of books. They are not particularly complicated or deep, but the characters are vibrant and the stories are fun and uncomplicated. This is an easy book to read and the strong characters make me want to read each of the books. This book is not my favorite of the series because I didn't find the mystery story as interesting and the conflict between Lucas and Kyle is too quickly resolved.
WORTH MENTIONING: There are appearances by other characters of the series and the next "victim" of Hagen's unintended matchmaking is set up.
CONNECTED BOOKS: THE FALL OF LUCAS KENDRICK is the fourth book in the Hagen series. It should be read as part of the series because the entirety of these books is much better than any one individual book.
STAR RATING: I give this book 4 stars.