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Secret Star (The Stars of Mithra Book 3) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 384 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I was disappointed at the lack of the three couples in an epilogue to the series. Wish Nora Roberts would actually write a wedding, instead of mentioning they were all going to get married in each book.
However, I found this story slower than the previous two with less action and not as suspenseful. The areas I did not like where structural, the devices used to tell the story. Revealing the enemy's identity did not work for me. I preferred the elusive figure of the first two novels when the reader was given insight into the thoughts and feelings of the villain without knowing his name or status. In the high society that Grace, the main female character, inhabits not knowing which of the people she meets is the villain causes the reader to doubt and question everyone. Revealing his identity at the dénouement would have been far more shocking and suspenseful.
Grace was complex but most of what we know of her is through hearsay. There is one scene which could be described as revealing had we not already known about what she was doing. Seth, the male interest for Grace, is a rigidly controlled cop with preconceived ideas about her. The changes he undergoes to see through the persona she presents were not strong enough. Again, he learns more about her through hearsay than through their own interaction.
In the first two novels Bailey and MC have a great many challenges to deal with alone and with their respective male interests. By contrast, Grace slips easily through the story. Her problems with her family and people's perception of her are not on a par with witnessing murders or being on the run. Having said all that, the novel is still a higher standard than most in this genre and is a most enjoyable read.
Nora Robert's has a way to make you feel as if you are the 'main character' in the book, which takes you away from reality (it's a good feeling)
As she describes the male character who usually is the knight and shining armour, he's always tall, dark and handsome, blue or green eyes, sexy, and is exactly how I picture him to be as I'm enjoying the storyline.
She definitely has a way in portraying the sex scenes with self confidence and so vividly arousing and interesting to say the lest.
Soft porn but in a really good way. (In all her novels)