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- Listening Length: 11 hours and 6 minutes
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- Publisher: Harlequin Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: July 26, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F5OIL9C
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Fatal Identity: Book Ten of the Fatal Series Audiobook – Unabridged
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I am loving how the relationship between Sam and Nick is growing with each book. This time a little scare goes a long way tot show them what they mean to each other and i loved reading about it. You also see Sam really start to grow with emotions as her Mother makes another appearance in the series. Sam and Nick continue their quest to keep things hot and heavy in the bedroom and Marie never lets us down there.
As for the police story in this one.. I found it a little hard to believe at times ..which was actually a first with this series. it still kep me interested but was by far not my favorite of the series. Still a great read and will keep me coming back for more.
When I started writing this review, I was shocked to realise that it had been two years since I’d read my last Fatal book, FATAL FRENZY. It was good to reconnect not just with Sam and Nick, but with all the other characters from this series. I like that with the initial reappearance of each character, we get a quick rundown of their history from the previous books. That little refresher comes in handy because after four years and eleven books, it’s difficult trying to remember everything that’s happened to everyone. That being said, I am getting sick of hearing about the Sam/Avery connection and the Sam/Archie fling. Ms Force, if you’re not going to make something of these two things, please stop bringing them up.
I’ve read all the books in this series up to and including this one, and as with all the previous Fatal books, FATAL IDENTITY was an enjoyable read and one that was hard to put down. The case Sam works on was certainly interesting, although when the truth came out at the end, it was a little far-fetched. That’s not going to stop me from reading the next book though.
FATAL IDENTITY is told in the POV of multiple characters, but it is mostly told in Sam’s. It can technically be read as a stand-alone, but I think understanding the characters and their relationships would be easier if you’ve read the entire series.
It is so good to be back in the lives of Sam and Nick, catching up with everybody ("Tinkerbell" and Avery, Gonzo and Christina, Feddy and Elin, Celia and Skip, Angelia and Tracy) and "glimpes" of Scotty (who I adore). The crime aspect of this story is fantastic and so original. Some reviewers thought the story particulars were to farfetched to be believable, I disagree and I find the particulars very believable (although I would add not usual).
Amoung the many things I love about Marie's writting is her ability to create very believable, three dimensional characters who are nonetheless flawed. In this series you continue to experience the on going growth of not only the principals but many of the secondary characters as well. These "people" become so real. They are alive. I really like the increase of hot sex scenes between all of the couples. Sex is a part of love and certinally a part of a relationship. The couples in this series are deeply committed to each other, deeply and passionatly in love. So the sex belongs, despite a few reviewer's objections!.
I rated this book at 4.75 over all and assign it a sexy rating of 5+ (ala "Deet"). I rarely if ever rate a book at 5 but 4.75 is mighty close!!
I have really enjoyed each book in this series and think that #10 might be the best yet! I just wish I didn't have to wait a year or longer for #11! Thank you Marie!!!!
While each Fatal novel is always an addictive read, "Fatal Identity," truly was a page turner from beginning to end as the reader tries to put together the pieces of the puzzle. And just when you think you have it all figured out, something else is thrown at you.
Sam and Nick are such wonderful and down to earth characters, as are all of the main and minor characters. They are as relatable and as genuine as your friends and family. The author truly brings the good and the bad, the easy and the hard into the novel into the characters daily lives via the storyline and the interactions that occur amongst the characters.
The authors writing style is simplistic in the sense that she can take something difficult and describe it in a way that the reader can follow, yet it is written in such a way that the reader will miss something important if interrupted. The twists and turns and random surprises that take place at each turn of the page ensures that the reader remains engaged from beginning to end. (It is hard to hit the end without another to pick up and read.)
I highly recommend "Fatal Identity." A fast moving page turner that will keep you reading late into the night.
(I rarely give 5 star ratings, but this novel truly deserved it.)
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