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Going Twice (Forces of Nature) Mass Market Paperback – January 28, 2014
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About the Author
Sharon Sala is a native of Oklahoma and a member of Romance Writers of America. She is a NYT, USA Today, Publisher's Weekly, WaldenBooks mass market, Bestselling author of 85 plus books written as Sharon Sala and Dinah McCall. She's a 7 time RITA finalist, Janet Dailey Award winner, 5 time National Reader's Choice Award winner, 4 time Career Achievement Award from RT Magazine, 4 time winner of Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence.
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A fast paced and action packed read with a little romance thrown in as Wade and Jolene Luckett realize they may not be done with each other quite yet, Going Twice will keep you turning the pages hoping this brutal serial killer will finally make a mistake and the nightmare will come to an end. I'm hoping that book three Going Gone coming to us in September, will see this increasingly twisted individual caught at last. A satisfying, 5 star read that kept me up til the wee hours!
This is book 2 in the Forces of Nature series. The same bad guy Hershel is in all three books. He is after a different woman in each book. The three women are the love interests of the three FBI agents trying to catch Hershel. The bad guy finally gets caught in book 3, so there is a cliffhanger in the first two books. Each book has a happy ending for the couple. The first book was good, but I was disappointed with books 2 and 3.
Going Twice (Book #2):
The back story: Jo and Wade are FBI agents. They were married. She was pregnant and lost the baby when she was shot on the job. Due to grief she divorced Wade three years ago. Wade still loves her. This book starts with Jo and Wade working together on the Hershel case. It’s the story of them getting together again. The “re-uniting love stories” are not as good for me as “first time meeting and falling in love stories.”
I was bored when the author spent a bunch of time on their past grief over the death of the baby and marriage break up. Talking about their grief helps them to reconcile. So that’s the romantic development.
Jo did something stupid which bothered me. She knows the killer is after her. So why does she go off alone to sight see? She is walking alone in a parking lot.
The last six pages of book 2 were called “Epilogue” but they should have been called “Excerpts from Book 3." I don’t mind excerpts if that is what they are called. But when I was in the middle of book 3, I was annoyed. I was having deja’vu’s of wait a minute where have I read that before?
Narrative mode: 3rd person. Story length: 371 pages. Swearing language: strong but not often used. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: 2. Setting: current day mostly Texas and Missouri, plus other locations. Copyright: 2014. Genre: romantic suspense.
Jo, Wade, and the Stormchaser team find themselves tracking a killer who is using tornadoes as cover for his killings. Wade and Jo come to an uneasy truce while the rest of the team roots for them to settle their differences and resolve the sexual tension that bounces around them. In the meantime, the killer becomes more bold but experiences his own share of tension.
Once he becomes aware of Jo's involvement with the team, he becomes enraged. He views his killings as a game between himself and the team. Jo does not belong. The killer begins to focus his efforts toward getting rid of Jo. Wade will do whatever it takes to keep the Stormchaser from harming the woman he realizes he never stopped loving.
I enjoyed this entire series and all the wonderful characters. I have already been checking out the author's other series so I can decide what to read next.
In book 2 Hershel is back and although he gave up on capturing and killing Tate's lady, his focus changes when Wade Luckett's ex-wife Jo is assigned to work with the team because of her expertise with tracking money and identities. Wade and Jo have a lot of feelings and baggage left from their marriage. Wade is hoping that they will be able to communicate, while they're on this job together.
Hershel has to make changes in how he manages his attacks, with a tornado, there is very little flood damage, in order to find victims he has to go looking for them. But he's determined and when he finds out about Jolene, he makes plans for her.
Of course the killer has better than average luck but he's becoming desperate and careless. When the attacks become personal he loses his calm planning and lets his emotions come to the front, it makes for an interesting story.
Since I'm a strong fan of Sharon Sala, I really enjoyed this book, the only problem I have is here is no mention of book 3!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enjoyed the whole trilogy and the casual method of introducing key characters.Published 2 months ago by Debbie Barton
Another great romantic suspense from Sharon Sala! Second in the Forces of Nature series. I loved it.Published 2 months ago by Sandra Daniels
I mostly enjoy this writer. I am just finding the scope of her writing.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book was a disappointment. I read the first novel Going Once in this sequence.
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