41/2 stars All The Pretty Girls is the first thriller I have read for quite a while and I can honestly say I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Living his dream of becoming an FBI agent Nick Clark was something he had wanted from a very young age. Once he graduated he is accepted into the coveted unit of profiling and his very first case still goes unsolved four years later. Meadow Holiday was the first victim but was lucky to survive and the only one. The two had seen each other at Sam's Coffee House and felt an undeniable attraction but because of the scar on her face Meadow likes to try to become invisible and builds up walls.
The character descriptions are clear and you almost feel like they are real people, my heart goes out to Meadow and everything she has been through. Nick is a real sweetheart of a man as well as super sexy and one I hope Meadow would end up with in the end. His workmates, although older, are good fun and know how to give each other grief over little and big things, above all they are honest with each other.
While I found the criminal a little easy to pick, thus the 41/2 stars, it was still a good puzzle as to the why and how things would get solved in the end, plus full of excitement and a few very fearful moments.
A great, feel good book that is fast paced and extremely easy to read.