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The general tone of this book seemed to me a bit less whimsical or more serious than her other books. That doesn't affect the quality but there is a noticeable difference so I'm guessing it might appeal to people differently.
The writing is 5 star quality, but I can't give it the full five because the plot doesn't resolve. It isn't a cliffhanger and the characters all end in a good place, but the main plot of the book is him trying to deal with his wife (and others) trying to kill him, and at the end he still hasn't done much about it. Basically, this is the opening part of a serial, not a series. There's an important difference even though many indie authors don't seem to realize that.
While there's no complete plot, there is still a good amount of action and excellent character growth arcs. So it still has enough meat to it to be worth the chew.
Overall, it's a well written and pleasant read with a mildly disappointing ending. A good diversion for an afternoon or two. Worth reading on its own or as part of the serial. Definitely recommended.
This isn't that kind of book.
It's rather intriguing from the get go and completely plotted out in such a way and pace as to make reading this from cover to cover exciting. Not to dark, but a bit of darkness. Not too Violent, but there is violence, and not too Sexy-time, but there is the sex. On top of all that are interesting, quirky characters like Sean, that are easy to not only find sympathy for, but to get into their heads and appreciate their actions.