This is the first Sandra Brown I wasn’t able to finish. Made it 72% of the way through. I am a fan but this book was not up to par for her.
SB has outdone herself with this story and with all she has written, that’s saying something! I disappeared into this story. When I had to set it down to do life, my brain kept going over parts of the story to try and guess what would happen next. And the feels: I was freaked out, and anxious, and surprised, and nervous, and puzzled, and relieved, and glad for the laugh. I don’t say this often, but now that I’m done, I feel like re-reading again immediately. An EXCELLENT read.
Sissy Boom Boom
Sandra Brown never disappoints when it comes to mystery and this book was full of it. Jasper is the serial killer, Drex is his nemesis and Talia is the woman they both want. Jasper wants to kill her and Drex wants to love her. There were a lot of minor characters in the book that were very memorable. My favorites were Gif and Mike who represented loyalty and faithfulness to a cause. I did not like the use of course language, but since Ms. Brown includes it in all of her books, I was not surprised by it. Likewise for the sex scenes; the descriptions were very graphic and many times I just scanned them because it wasn’t really something that I wanted to read. All it all, it was a good book with a real twist at the end.
Pure trash - don’t read!
Move over James Patterson’s! Sandra Brown is just as riveting.
Same old story: good guy wants the bad girl, gets her, the end.
Oh, Sandra Brown. There’s no author I’ve read—ever—who so consistently knocks the ball out of the park. I’ve read every single book of hers the day it came out—then reread and reread over and over. I don’t know how she manages to make each one steamy and smart and suspenseful in a new way every single time. She’s, quite simply, incomparable.