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Another negative is that all of a sudden in chapter 7 Aaron started unnecessarily using the 'f' word constantly and to me that was a big turn off. I can handle some bad language in suspense books but the author went overboard with this one. Needless to say I couldn't finish and I tried.
I completely agree. While it seemed long with it's 200 something pages, this book flew by and not in a good way.
- Nothing was explained, the romance (is that what it was?) was very, very RUSHED. Like i love you ten seconds in the meeting of you, no joke.
- The Lt. was annoying and unprofessional at best with his quick anger and 'love' of the widow.
- Lord, they were almost dry humping after coming from the hospital while the bad guys snuck up on a trained cop.
- The writing was lacking and high school level at best
- The 'cliffhanger', if that was what i thought it was, did the opposite and made me want to throw the book down the electronic trashcan and be done with it.
Not worth it and i got it for free. There was no sex but it had 'flirting', 'danger' and 'mystery', not to mention 'love at first sight'.
The story line was unpredictable, but each twist followed well from what came before, without feeling forced.
I look forward to more from Ms. McGee.