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KILLER DATE (SCANDALS Book 2) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B00MC87YB6
- Publisher : NightWriter93 (August 1, 2014)
- Publication date : August 1, 2014
- Language: : English
- File size : 785 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 312 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,500,101 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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Don't get me wrong though, this is not just some fluffy romance. Angela, Jenny's sister, is missing - kidnapped by a drug cartel. Neither the local police department nor the Feds are willing to schedule a sting operation to go rescue her. It is up to Jenny to free her own sister, with the help of Scandals investigators and one rogue DEA agent, who is a friend of the family.
This series seems very interesting. Five siblings, who knew nothing of the others, are brought together when their father passes away and leaves them a substantial inheritance. I also have to give author Kathy Clark kudos for this book. I imagine it cannot be easy to write from a man's perspective, as a woman, and Clark does an excellent job of this. None of his inner thoughts ring false or overly feminine.
I do not recall any editing errors that could not be contributed to formatting issues, which is fairly rare among self published books unfortunately and a welcome change. I highly recommend this book to readers who may enjoy romance but prefer a bit of meat to the plots of the novels they read. The author recommends this book only to those 18 and older and I will repeat this caution as I do often review books that are suitable for young adults.
Reno has stage presence, skills with deflection and minor explosions, and a deep unwillingness to commit to anyone because everyone always leaves. Jenny has great memories of family life, and a missing sister. When Reno and co are hired to find the sister, Reno finds his stage persona crumbling under a serious temptation to like a girl who’s not his type. Meanwhile Jenny just might be falling for him. And Jenny’s sister might be falling into serious trouble.
Danger comes knocking at the door after a perfect date, and fast action ensues, pitting federal cutbacks against drug cartels, and revealing Reno’s hidden depths – perhaps even his hidden self. Sensual and detailed romance scenes fit very naturally into that has as much romantic suspense as it does suspenseful danger, and Killer Date is fast exciting read that will definitely leave you looking for more, and just might provide a touch of food for thought.
Disclosure: I was given a free ecopy and I offer my honest review, with apologies for taking so long to get to it.
Top reviews from other countries
We met them in Killeen's story Due Date and we catch up with them all in Reno's story, a young lady comes into the Investigation agency, Scandals which was set up by their Dad, Roger.
Discretion is the key. The siblings have a lot to learn about the agency, but they all appear to be settling in OK.
Jenny the young lady, comes into the agency looking for her missing sister.
I love the suspense and thrill of what's coming next, the siblings all seem to have an area they excel in.
Reno helps Jenny when things take a sinister twist, and they go on an adventure, edge of the seat stuff.
It was probably just me but it was a little slow at the start but after about 35% in I was hooked and could not put it down.
The next book is about badass Tulsa, can't wait to find out more about her and to see what's in store.
Loved catching up with them all and that Reno got what he wanted and deserved. Looking forward to see how he and Jenny develop.
Die Halbgeschwister leben weiterhin im Haus ihres unbekannten, verstorbenen Vaters und lernen sich immer besser kennen und schätzen. Der Besitzer des Anwesens, ein berühmter Star, taucht auf und benötigt ihre Dienste. Die junge Jennifer Caldwell heuert die Detektei an, weil ihre Schwester seit ein paar Tagen vermisst wird, aber niemand sie ernst nimmt. Reno Marks kümmert sich intensiv um die attraktive Frau, fasziniert, obwohl sie so gar nicht in sein Beuteschema passt.
Es macht Spass, erneut in die Welt der sympathischen Geschwister einzutauchen. Ein Stück heile Welt. Doch fliesst die Geschichte um die üble Drogenmaffia etwas zu glatt, Zivilisten in unbekanntem Gebiet, untrainiert und naiv. Das ist zu dick aufgetragen, zu unglaubwürdig. Flüssig zu lesen, aber oberflächlich.
Okay so I bought it but, I really don’t know why, I did not read it until today.
In the first book I thought that Reno was a really fun guy, but deep down I was more curious about Tulsa. But as I read this book, I LOVED Reno. He is fun, sensitive and soo nice….
So, more about the book… it starts when the first stopped, Killeen and Christopher cute as ever and the brothers and sisters adapting their new life.
I wish we had more about Reno and Jenny… the book ends in the best part. Maybe the in the third book…