- File Size: 2250 KB
- Print Length: 323 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1544109660
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 6, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VR7K9ME
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,231 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The first book is defiantly the most serious one of the series and the only one that takes place mainly out of Stars Landing. Hannah Clary left her small town with big dreams. Three years later she is on unemployment and struggling to make her bills. When she finally gets an interview with big corporation she thinks fate has finally decided to smile on her. She is second guessing that soon when her job entails being the personal assistant of the CEO who has a reputation of being cold and relentless. She works her butt off for Elliott Michaels with little to no appreciation from him. She is also confused at her unwilling attraction for him and his suggestion of wanting to have an affair. As she is dealing with this she also starts getting threatening letters that over time escalate to threats of violence. <my only pet peeve with this book is how long it took Hannah to finally tell anyone what was going on – by the time she hired a PI it was too late>..
We are introduced to many of the future characters in this book along with a character (the PI) from her Dark series. This was a great start to the series and I had no problem wanting to immediately go on to the next book.
I think a lot of authors gloss over the depth of a demanding job, boss, and life. They don't explain the physical toll that that kind of job can take on you, nor do they show what the horrible effects of workplace gossip can create.
This book encompasses them all in such a way that you feel the palpable tension. By the time Hannah needed a break, so did I! I can't imagine having to go through all of that and mix it with another twist in the story which makes things even harder! That is how life goes though and this book shows that nothing should be taken for granted.
Now, I'm glad that I did. That way I could make time and enjoy the building suspense. I was thrilled with the slow build up of the tension and the way I couldn't guess what was happening until the big reveal. If it was a movie then I'd have been on the edge of my seat!
Elliot and Hannah butt heads so comically. They are both equally stubborn and clueless which makes it super entertaining!!!
I look forward to reading the rest of this series and getting to know Sam and Eric better...
Cue the Stalker.
Hannah's life gets thrown into turmoil as she's suddenly threatened non stop in horrific ways, by email and notes to her computer, office and home. It gets pretty freaky.
This story finally ties up with the perfect ending. So looking forward to reading the secondary character's own future stories!
Loved this intro to the Stars Landing community. The intruigue and thriller aspect was new for me as I expected this to be a bit more wham bam thx etc but was pleasantly suprised by the layers to the characters.
Only one point that I'm not not is the shaken, witch, fortune teller mystic who seems to float in and out of the story with the ease of a spectre. I suppose it takes all sorts.
Great first book, think I'll will get to finish this series