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The book reads quickly [I can't put it down "quickly"] and so i finished it in a couple of evenings. Now I want more, and will probably buy another tonight!
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Split screen style composition, bold color for title, strong fonts. The synopsis sounds exciting!
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POV ~> Third-person.
Mac is the oldest Donovan sibling. FBI, where the others went the route of PD. Lizzy is a language's expert that translates for numerous places, including acting as interpreter at the hospital. After one such late night interpreting at the hospital, she witnesses a murder.
The victim was an FBI agent. When Mac's only witness decides to ghost on them before sitting with a sketch artist, he becomes obsessed not only with her as a witness, but as a woman.
Both lead characters were strong and smart in their own rights. She was wary due to past poor experience with law enforcement, but it made her come off as unfairly judgemental. He was unsure if he could trust his gut when lower parts of his anatomy seemed to be leading the investigation. Their chemistry was magnetic, but he liked to be rather pushy and persuasive. It was a little off-putting at times. The secondary characters provided strength in their roles. Dialogue and cast interaction were believable. The plot was dynamic and full of energy. The writing flowed smoothly.
A critical error at 42%, on Mac's end (whether intentional on the author's end or not, I don't know), could have ended everything but apparently, it went unnoticed by the hyper-vigilant Beth. Once back in Chicago, nothing further was mentioned about the findings in her apartment. One would think, at the very least, she'd have some questions to answer pertaining to the "incriminating evidence".
Very little predictability for me. The conclusion was satisfying enough with an implied attempt at an HEA, however, nothing solid was provided to back that assumption.
Overall, it was another well-written, exciting book to the series.
Rating: [R] ~ Score: 4.125 ~ Stars: 4
⭐ ⭐ **** Disclosure of Material: I received a copy of this book from the Author/Publisher with the hope that I would voluntarily leave unbiased and unsolicited feedback. I was not asked, encouraged, or required to leave a review - nor was I compensated in any way. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". ***** ⭐ ⭐
Review from jeannie zelos book reviews
I didn't realise this was book three in a series, but each book is complete, it's one of those series where characters are connected but the books can be read as a stand alone. I was able to follow the story easily.
It jumps into the drama very quickly with poor Lizzy witnessing a horrific murder, a man pushed over multi-storey carpark and just as she's leaving the station after telling what she saw, discovering its another FBI agent that's the killer. From her past she knows cops protect their own and fearing for her life she flees.
Mac, he was attracted to her in a visceral way from the first sight and can't get her out of his mind. The three months she's been gone he's been busy tracking her down. He's tenacious, comes from a background of police, with his family all involved in law enforcement some way. By fleeing Lizzy looks guilty, not of the murder but maybe she's an accomplice? That seems to be the thinking, and as no signs of her turn up the case gets further down the pile making way for newer ones.
Mac works on it in his own time. The murdered man was his friend, and he can't quite believe Lizzy was an accomplice, but she clearly knows more that she's told them and one way or another he's bringing her back.
When he finds her though....well its dramatics all round and somehow they end up hot and heavy very quickly. It seems the attraction isn't one sided, and Lizzy surprises herself by her actions. She doesn't know who Mac really is though, and when she discovers that...well, it brings lots of questions to the front, including her safety.
It's a neat story, tightly held together with plots that make sense, and feel real. I love the chemistry between the two, the way they first came together, being close to death does that to people. They want to reaffirm their lives and sex seems to feature in that very often! I love Frannie too – Lizzy's dog, she was a real star.
Its a good read, not overly complex but one to relax with when you want a romance with some hot action and a proper suspense in the story. I enjoyed it very much despite not having read earlier ones. It's not one I'd reread though.
Stars: Four. A good read, well plotted and realistic action.
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