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Raven (Kindred) (Volume 1) Paperback – May 18, 2016
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Also by Scarlett Finn THE EXPLICIT SERIES EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION EXPLICIT DETAIL EXPLICIT MEMORY RISQUE SERIES TAKE A RISK RISK IT ALL GAME OF RISK HARROW DUET FIGHTING FATE FIGHTING BACK MISTAKE DUET MISTAKE ME NOT SLEIGHT MISTAKE
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Top customer reviews
In one night, Zara Bandini's life is turned upside down when she witnesses a murder and becomes embroiled in a dangerous game of cat and mouse. For a woman who has fantasized about a life of adventure and excitement, she suddenly has more than she ever dreamed of.
When dark and mysterious "Raven" enters her world everything she thinks she knows is questioned. Nothing is as it seems, including him. While she wants to trust that Raven is one of the "good guys", she knows nothing about him and it's obvious he is keeping secrets of his own.
I have so many favorite parts of this book that it's hard to review without spoilers but needless to say, I will be reading this book again soon. I would highly recommend Raven and as I already said... I want to be Kindred!
And she says she doesn't trust him, but her actions and thoughts show otherwise. She doesn't confide in her long-time boss, because this total stranger, who won't tell her anything or show her who he is tells her she will be killed if she does. Oh, yeah, and she doesn't scream or try to call the police, because she figures if she treats him like a guest, he'll act like one - wow, I want to live in her world!
And then, on the next Friday evening, after her weekly stop to have a drink, she gets in a cab and gets kidnapped by the same guy - no panicking after she realizes that it's the same guy who broke into her apartment? And here, at 10% into the book, is where the author lost me, I just just felt like the main character's reactions were not very realistic and I couldn't relate to her at all.
Also, the writing was good, but the conversations were a little awkward.
I didn't finish the story so for all I know it might get better.
Can't wait for the next one !!!!!!