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In any case, this was an excellent edge-of-your seat thriller! The villain, a recently imprisoned drug cartel leader, is truly chilling: “He killed Darrel with the same sadistic glee that a child burns ants on the sidewalk with a magnifying glass.” The heroes are well written and believable. And the story will keep you glued to your Kindle.
An easy read, the story is engaging and suspenseful with a romance angle. This is the second book in the series, but the story was written such that it didn’t matter I hadn’t read the first.
This is a short story - easy enough to read in one sitting although I did take a break in the middle. The characters were alright, I particularly liked Tony. Although I did admire Kelly's drive but ability at self reflection (even if it was annoying at first). This was as much of a story about Kelly and Tony's marriage as Crazy Manny trying to get his revenge. It was a good read, the flow was a little off, but the writing was mostly easy to follow. I really don't like the cover though - it was very misleading. I enjoyed it but was really irritated me was the outcome of the book. .
Thrilling read with an excellently written bad guy. Just be warned about the questionable ending.
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The story was a quick read and I think most people will enjoy it. The only reason I docked a star is the same reason I do for similar books. I wish the author had found a way for the main character to stay a strong, career driven women. My only problem with it and similar stories is that you have a strong woman doing well in her career and it's kind of turned into a bad thing a little. I don't find anything wrong with wanting to advance in your career and working for it. I did like how this author twisted the end a little with the female character's career.
If you like thrillers with romance thrown in, this would be a great read. It can be read as a stand alone or just on it's own, but you'll probably want to read the first one if you just read this one