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An enjoyable plot that's executed well. A lesson to be learned from Hailey's situation? If you are approached by a wackadoo, don't engage the crazy. Nothing good can come from letting suspicious strangers into your life.
So Marissa, a confident businesswoman, presenter and consultant. Her 10-year marriage to an overly jealous, gun-toting, though handsome Mason, is fizzlin, not sizzlin. Enter Gage, a potential client, who talks of fate and consistently insinuates himself into Hailey's life. Hailey's bestey thinks him odd and a bit creepy. Mason might have an opinion on that, had Hailey clued him in on his "interest." Why does her ring keep disappearing? Is he really dangerous and what part do the Echelonian's play in all of this?
This was my first book by Neil, but won't be my last. I was on the edge of my seat with this one, up till 2AM reading, and constantly wondering what would happen next.
I appreciated the compassionate protagonist that Neil created in Hailey, although it did frustrate me that Hailey didn't simply explain to her husband--and the police--what was going on earlier in the story. Her decision to consistently ignore her best friend's sound advice was careless and just seemed implausible, especially considering Hailey does not come across as a "dumb" character.
As much as I loved the dynamic with the Echelonians, I was surprised to see by the end of the novel that there was ZERO purpose to that subplot. I was waiting for some big revelation that Gage was somehow connected with the cult, but it never came. I think Neil might have included that side story as some kind of meaningful parallelism (i.e. Hailey is being stalked by both Gage and the cult, and as one obsession intensifies, so does the other), but if that's what he was going for, it didn't quite hit home. If Neil does intend to write a sequel, fleshing out this whole Echelonian business would be an awesome focus.
Four stars overall. I enjoyed the book, pure and simple.
Although the book had
An ending we all wish for keep in mind these tragedies do happen.this book was a wake up call .
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HR was my first introduction to him, I just finished Wanton Regard and hated for it to end, it was that good.