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The Watcher (Bigler County Romantic Thrillers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I also did not like the gratuitous and detailed accounts of sexual activity between Slater and Kate. Wasted pages that did nothing to move the story along.
I get the impression that this writer thinks that the general population is ignorant and forgetful. I am only about a quarter of the way through this book and I doubt I will finish reading it. Every college professor I have had, and even my high school teachers would have ripped this to shreds. It is not concise, which might be fine if the writer actually spent time in developing characters.
However, the story line was predictable and formulaic. The tough, but beautiful woman getting involved in a police investigation for personal reasons, meeting a rugged, but handsome lieutenant. At first there is great animosity, but soon sparks fly. She insists on keeping secrets from him and wants to maintain her independence and show him she's strong. There are several gratuitous sex scenes and some profanity. Then she is, of course, captured by the monster and taken to his sound proof underground bunker to be tortured and killed. Will she escape??? I won't be the spoiler.
There is one scene where she leaves her front door unlocked and takes a shower...and she's supposed to be smart...really? And another where she and the monster are under the cabin in the bunker. But the good guys finally discover the trap door leading to it...CONCEALED WITH A RUG OVER IT WITH THE REFRIGERATOR AND KITCHEN TABLE ON IT. Hmmm...maybe the author should have walked through that one. Did the monster somehow magically pull the rug, fridge and table back in place after he'd shut the door?
So there you have the pros and cons as I see it.