- File Size: 2770 KB
- Print Length: 743 pages
- Publisher: Julie Patra Publishing (September 28, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 28, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00O0CY3LQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,579 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Tall, Dark and Deadly Books 1 - 4 Kindle Edition
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"Hot Secrets" good plot, excellent mix of action and sex. I enjoyed the back story on how and why Walker Security came about - family! It gave depth and feeling to this close knit bunch.
"Dangerous Secrets" Lots of good build up for the ending , but the ending almost seemed a bit abrupt. Winding down took a couple of paragraphs, seemed like, and boom The End. I wasn't ready for that.
"Secrets Exposed", this was the bonus book. It was much better the just a "bonus" book. I went up/down, round & round, over and over all the clues, hints, etc for the killer. Almost thought I had it figured out only to hit a shocker at the end - total surprise. Thank you I really enjoyed that happening, doesn't happen that often and I love it when it does.
"Beneath the Secrets", Blakes story. I knew this was going to be a goody. Almost too much sex ( oh say it ain't so!) just about got in the way of the action. Blake does have a serious fixation for the F word, but then it fits him to a T. Kara got it right about testosterone over load when ya get all 3 brothers in the same room and she's the main focus. Glad she got steel in her spine and a temper to match.
So grab on to the book and enjoy. ~P~
2nd book I thought the female lead was an annoying idiot
By the time I got to the 3rd book and the prequel I realized it was the author who diminishes each females capabilities. Both Kara and Lindsay are FBI agents yet they are written as damsels who can't keep track of their heads without a man telling them what to do and how to do it.
Lindsay comes back from Vegas with Mark and immediately knows someone broke into her apartment, she pulls her gone to clear the house and the hands it over to Mark because he demands to make sure the house is safe. What FBI agent would hand a gun to a civilian? An untrained civilian at that. The author lives in a damsel in distress fantasy and is determined to put all females in the helpless category as well.
There are many books where authors have no problem writing about strong capable women who don't turn into sniveling helpless idiots who have strong alpha males secure enough in their manhood to love them for their strength. Something lacking in these books
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