- File Size: 2076 KB
- Print Length: 302 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1945107707
- Publisher: Swoon Romance (November 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LYOXN7U
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Life in the Danger Zone is a story told between Rose and Sam. What I really loved about this book was the fact that it takes place on a cruise. For some reason, I have been really into cruise books, and that might be why Life in the Danger Zone is my favorite book in the Zone series to date. I also really enjoyed the little mystery thrown in. Rose is on a cruise with her grandparents and she has big plans of lots of relaxing and reading. (which sounds like my kind of vacation!) but what she gets instead is being stuck in a teen group and being accused of stealing. I liked that this was a mystery on a cruise ship. And the romance was super cute as well. I liked Sam, though Rose was my favorite of the two. Sam is a good guy, even though he sometimes struggled with thinking of himself that way.
Bottom line: Patricia B. Tighe has done it again. Life in the Danger Zone is a feel good romance if there ever was one. Not to mention a good mystery. I liked the combination of the two. You will enjoy this lighthearted read if you are a fan of young adult contemporaries. If you enjoyed Life in the No Dating Zone and Life in the Lucky Zone, then you should pick up this next installment. Patricia B. Tighe writes really cute romances and Life in the Danger Zone might be my favorite one yet!
*Disclaimer- I got a copy of this book for free from the publisher or author.
But as I said, it was reasonably entertaining. Rose and Sam are likable enough, but they're your typical "never kissed a boy" and "too chivalrous and noble idk what to do with myself" characters. I did like that a part of Rose's personality was very determined and smart. She tried to figure the mystery out on her own and wanted to rescue herself from her problems instead of having others help her, and it didn't come off in a rude way. She wanted to be the detective instead of just reading about ones in books, and she made it happen. She was brave.
But the plot was predictable, only tense in any sense at one particular moment, and even then, I didn't feel the tension or threat of danger or anything like I wanted to. The climax was really built up and then kind of fizzled out, and I didn't really feel like the ending was resolved. I realize this is a prequel and I haven't read the others in the series, so maybe that would've helped. But I still felt a little unfulfilled that everyone just went on their merry way as if nothing had happened.
There was a huge lack of believability from me about the way the characters sometimes acted to the less than normal situations they were thrown into, and Rose was sometimes more concerned with Sam's cuteness than the really serious thing happening, and vise versa. But I guess that there are some readers who are really into the light, puppy dog love and joking in the face of danger books, which is fine. As I said, the plot was interesting and the characters entertaining enough. It just wasn't for me.