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- Print Length: 251 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 11, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LXH7GSQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #984 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Three Seconds To Rush (Piper Anderson Legacy Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This book has it all. It has mystery, tension, emotion, a great plot, and writing that supports it all. I thought it was great!
Even though I knew where the story line would end early in the book, it was a great journey the author took me on to get there. Starting with a puzzle on page one, the story took off and never slowed.
The characters in this story had stories to tell; they were interwoven deftly into the current action taking place in the current events. The conversations, actions, and reactions were perfectly mirrored and matched the histories and personalities the author created for them. The same deft skill is true of Stewarts' descriptive abilities. There is a scene near a dumpster when I could smell the reek emanating from the foul repository of food waste. So gross! That's how good she set up scenes.
While their is violence in the book, the readers' face isn't smeared with it. The same holds true regarding offensive language. It wasn't needed nor would it have enhanced the book.
In short, this book is the total package. Even the editing was excellent. I found one word missing in the whole book. A typing burp. Not a big deal.
If you want a well written, suspenseful mystery, get this book. It won't disappoint!
You will LOVE this story - it will keep you turning the pages for sure wanting to know what is going to happen next!
Danielle Stewart - KEEP ON WRITING!!! Brilliant!!
This story was written more like a story for a teenage or adult audience. The only thing I had issues with was Reid's nasty lawyer attitude to make everyone guilty including a girl he once knew in school to be a goody too shoe. Regardless of her not fitting the mo for a junky he continued to try to get her to plead guilty.
And the only time he realized how in love he was with her was when she was attack and there was actual proof she was Innocent.
I loved the back story of them as teens as oppose to adults BC Reid was so cold as an adult. I know the author gave the reason for the coldness which was somewhat understandable but he had known Tara. True she cud have changed but he saw she hadn't. I won't tell the ending of story but I like that this writer feels she can write a story without all of the constant sex or soft core porn mantra that's obviously in most fiction books BC its unnecessary. However, I do think she should have had at least one scene showing the passion and emotion of love building between the two. She showed absolutely none. And that was just a little too puritanical. It could have still been tastefully written if she took a note from Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind novel. Magret Mitchell did not write porno to explain what was going on between Rhett and Scarlett but you could pick up on it. Here this was really like a lawyer and client relationship without any real closeness until the end. Hopefully, she can work on making the scenes between the characters not come out so mechanical or Spock like.
I would rate it PG-13 or Y-14 due to the talk about drugs and dirty needles but if that wasn't there I'd actually rate this as G. It reads more or less like a straight mystery or detective book. I don't remember curse words, there was one platonic kiss between teens and a regular kiss between adults. Nothing really sensual at all. However, it was still a good novel.