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Hidden Star (The Stars of Mithra Book 1) Kindle Edition
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For Cade it was love at first sight and for Bailey it was almost as fast but she wanted to find out who she was first and what secrets were hiding in her past. Step by step Cade unravels the mystery and turns the first of the three blue diamonds and the money over to the police.
The mystery man behind the thief of the three blue diamonds know as 'The Stars of Mithra' is still at large and the other two stones are out with Bailey's two friends. I look forward to the next two book in this trilogy.
First, Bailey, the "heroine" of the tale, is the worst sort of damsel in distress trope. So incredibly weak, weak, weak. My imagination kept putting white gloves on fluttering hands, delicately pressing a linen handkerchief to tear-stained cheeks and rose petal lips. Woe is she - a victim to the core with little backbone.
Then we have Cade, the "hero", who seems to have been drawn with shades of Sam Spade or that's the idea, I guess (he refers to Bailey, when first seeing her, as a dame, though he was throwing back to the gumshoes of old, it wasn't surprising and it wasn't good), and who falls immediately in love with her. I want to say he's a caricature, but I can't imagine of what. He calls her "sweetheart" almost immediately, in a way that never once fails to make me think "get me some coffe" should follow.
We spend 90% of the book alone with these two, and I'm not entirely sure why I tortured myself trying to finish it when I knew perfectly well how it would end. (Obviously.) I guess I kept hoping that it would get better. It really only got worse, with terrible cliches, hollow characters and a story that is just plain boring.
I'm guessing this is one of Nora's early efforts, dime store romance early, but you couldn't tell by the prices of the books. Kindle book prices are becoming ludicrous considering they don't have to be printed, bound, packed, shipped, etc., but NR's are truly outrageous.
I gave it 2 stars for the gemology, but I got a refund for the other 2 books - no way am I going there again.
She has very dark nightmares that give her bits and pieces. She is afraid she has stolen the stuff, maybe killed someone and she wants Cade to help her find the answers before going to the police.Cade protects her, and going step by step, starts putting the pieces back together. Bailey is extremely honest and trusting. Cade believes she is innocent. Call it a hunch.
The blue diamond is one of three. She has mailed the other two to her two most trusted friends which has now placed them in danger. Someone wants those diamonds back at any cost. One person is already dead.
An interesting who-dun-nit. Book one in a series of 3. I would recommend it.
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