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The characters are one of the strongest point of the book. Aislinn Kearns does wonders with characterization; in my mind’s eye I have an image of how these people look like, how they feel, who they are, what they do. Dialogue, interactions and relationships in general are also very realistic.
Furthermore, the characters – the main couple and the secondary characters - are lovable and have or grow strong bonds between them, to which one can relate. There’s an innate kindness in them that is very strong and manifests itself in many ways throughout the book.
There are other things that create a very enjoyable story, for example the fact that the author seems to have some knowledge or done her research about, for example, the subtleties of corporate business world or the sexuality of paraplegics (there’s a very good scene portraying this aspect).
Of course the writing style is also very good, crisp and effective. And the humor.
I can’t praise Aislinn Kearns enough for the great beginning of the story and the way she builds the suspense withholding information until we, readers, (and the heroine) finally meet the hero. Wonderful beginning, wonderful book and wonderful characters!
So, after having read this one and the prequel, "Soldiering On", I’m waiting for "Guarding Sierra" and I hope Kearns keeps on writing) about these men and women.
The story opens when a stranger calls Christine in the middle of the night. Men with guns have circled her house and blocked both the front and back doors. Does she trust the stranger or die in place?
Aislinn Kearns is an extraordinary writer with a gift for conveying the subtle tensions of the heart as well as life and death action.
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