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In Her Sights (A Montgomery Justice Novel Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I am only interested in characters I love. I only love characters that I know. The characters in In Her Sight's were not fleshed out enough for me to care one way or another about what happened with them. I only wanted to finish the story because I had started it.
Secondly, Joy was somewhat unbelievable as a 3 or 4 year old. It was almost as if the author was so determined to make her endearing, adorable, and likeable that everything she said was endearing, adorable and likeable. I found myself smirking whenever the little girl spoke.
Lastly, the storyline was farfetched. I can't go into detail without spoiling it, but just know that it was a stretch.
Oddly enough I didn't hate the story, I just didn't love it. Robin Perini's easy writing style kept the this ship afloat.
All in all, this book was just ok. Rather disappointing in the long run.
Haven't slept in forever? No problem. Have sex first, you've got enough energy for that. Dirty clothes? No problem. Put them in the sink and leave them. The bad guy won't call until the morning. Oh, it doesn't matter anyway, you never washed them in the first place.
Loose ends all over the place that would've taken a single sentence to fix. I've read several of Ms. Perini's books now, and they're all like this. I'm done.
When I started to read the book I realised within the first ten pages that the Book was not my cup of tea; but out of respect for the Author & the money spent it has been my practice to read 25% of a book before deciding to read on or delete it from my kindle.
Well the Author won by a short head but only just because the story kicked along and I liked the idea of a female sniper.
Also I just skipped the romantic bits, which were quite awful. I mean does it really happen like this? Even Elmore Leonard, who eschews sex by a mile, can make ones pulse pound more than this. I believe there are organisations which give bad sex awards, the Author should apply. if the Author reads this I advice her to avoid such tautology in future.
At times the book sounded more like one of those Mills & Boons Harlequin Romances transposed to the 21st Century.
Nevertheless there is hope for a sequel here but please make the plot tighter and string the action along and please less of the 'square jaws' and 'velvet skins'. Despite the best attempts by the Author to make 'Jazz' Parker into a swooning wimpette I liked the steel in her.
One would hope.
Unfortunately, Perini relies too much on the plot here and not enough on her characters. From the first time Jasmine and her ex, former Army Ranger turned investigative reporter Luke Montgomery, we are told she can't think of anything else but touching him. This happens when she's angry with him for singling her out for a newspaper feature after killing a kidnapper in a hostage situation (in a front page feature), when they are both upset about his brother being injured in the line of duty, etc. In other words, all the time. It's like the reader is told so often how much they are attracted to each other and how their relationship really isn't over for either one of them that it MUST be true.
Unfortunately, the characters aren't given enough room with all this lusting all the time to develop past that. I get that Jasmine loves Luke's family, but not why she loves him, because there's never really any development of the characters. The plot itself is enough to keep the story moving, but I didn't really care enough about the characters to worry about how it ended for them; in fact, I had to double-check on their names to write the review.
This review previously appeared at Goodreads.