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The One You Love (Emma Holden Suspense Mystery Trilogy, Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 324 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 3 in Emma Holden suspense mystery trilogy (3 Book Series)
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I didn't find any of the characters appealing, especially the main character, Emma. She comes across as weak and insipid and does really stupid things, like going alone into a dark basement with a smell of decomposition, or turning down the acting role of a lifetime because the casting director won't tell her who referred her to him. The author may have been trying to show her reaction to the stress she was under but I just found it annoying.
Kept reading waiting for what I was sure was going to be a sucker punch ending, and I didn't figure out who did it beforehand, but by the end I just didn't care.
Don't waste your time if you can help it. I downloaded it because it was free. I have had some luck with freebies before. No such luck here.
The white space would have been helpful because there were a lot of shifts that were hard to follow. The narrator was talking about "he" doing or saying something, then a few lines later he was again talking about "he" doing or saying something, but it was a different "he" being discussed. I found this technique confusing and very frustrating. Several times I had to go back and read passages over again to figure out if the story was about the same character or if it had shifted to another.
The author made an attempt at creating complex characters and storylines, but he fell short in reaching his goal.
A good mystery/suspense should keep the reader guessing and even lead him to suspect the wrong person first. After all, who wants to figure out the mystery from the very beginning? However, the reader should not feel manipulated and the unraveling of the mystery should be logical. In this case, I felt like the solution to the mystery was contrived and unbelievable.
As I was reading, I kept thinking that the book must have been self-published and suffered from a lack of an editor. One or two grammatical errors can be forgiven, but _The One You Love_ had one or two DOZEN grammatical errors, which I find very distracting.
I have to disagree with the reviewers who said the book was well-written. In my opinion, character development was poor, and the storyline was hard to follow.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good story and an easy read. I'm looking forward to reading the other books in this series!Published 15 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed parts of the book, but the storyline was predictable. Was not a page-turner for me.Published 1 day ago by sharon
There's a lot of men in this book to keep track of. Glad Kindle has x-Ray. Used it a lot. Book was good, took me a while to get into it.Published 2 days ago by Charlotte
I enjoyed the twists and turns that kept me guessing. I felt it grabbed me from the start and was interesting throughout.Published 3 days ago by Cleta Dolson