Thursday, July 28, 2011
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Saturday, July 23, 2011
I received this book in a free book club through the mail (you know, those pesky postcards in some books you throw away. I didn’t this time and I even remembered to cancel when the invoice and books came!) It’s possible that I might have enjoyed this book more had I read the first in the series before this one (the second in the series). However, I may not have. The book was okay and it had some scenes that were good. It was like a lifetime movie, everything is there for a fun or great book to get sucked into, but there is just that one element missing and you can’t. I think part of it was that it is listed as a romantic suspense and while there was romance and there was suspense it just didn’t do it for me as a romantic suspense. The main characters, the love interest, are long distance for most of the book, making brief phone calls. When they are together again, the action takes over and shadows the romance. Obviously, the romance is not all the way, but more than many books in this romantic suspense genre. Like I said, it had a “lifetime movie” quality I couldn’t embrace or get past. Like lifetime movies though, I enjoy them from time to time and I would give Sharon Sala another chance, I might try a different series though to see if that helped.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
With a keen understanding of human nature and a knack for vivid narrative, Becky’s writing resonates with power, charm, and wit. Her stories will enchant you, and her characters will become an unforgettable part of part of your life.
Becky lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband Keith.
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