Sticking to the mystery would be great but after five or six hours into it and it hadn't even gotten to the mystery yet, I had to abandon it. It is like the old Victoria Holt novels of 40 years ago. All it needs is a bodice to be ripped!
Freeman. Horns. Rescue Ink.
Susan did what she could with such poor material. A different narrator would not have improved this book.
The main character.
A waste of time. I would like to read a book with the premise advertised - the disappearance of a family 30 years prior and the resemblance between a lawyer and the disappeared mother in the photo from long ago. I wish this book had actually been about that.
A story that captured my attention from the beginning. The tension between the two main characters is well achieved. When they finally accepted each other is great.
I didn't give it five stars because it is a bit predictable at times.
Never a boring or dragged out moment. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment! Mystery, thriller, love story and family story all in one! A book that kept me thinking about the story after it ended.
I caught myself rolling my eyes in some parts, maybe because some parts sounded a bit cheesy read out loud. That could be put down to my own cynicism. Still, the story & narrator kept me engrossed throughout.
Not a big mystery, not suspenseful - ok, more like a cheap romance novel.
The first half of this book dragged a little, but the story picked up and was quite entertaining over all. And I originally chose this fuck not because of the author, but because of Susan Ericson.
It's too bad that this book didn't stretch the readers talents, because the charactersdidn't
I selected the book because the plotline interested me. Unfortunately, at least half of the book read like a romance novel. Putting that aside, I like a book who's ending is not exposed too soon. The end of this book surprised me. The plot, though too thin, succeeded.
What might have been an interesting story was spoiled by the authors obsession with the fashion worn by her characters and interior design of the houses. I'd read Vogue if I want to learn how to dress.
The narration was annoying, but that was probably caused by the convoluted prose that anyone would find hard to read.
All in all an irritating book. I gave up listening after chapter 6. I just couldn't stand it anymore.
Is it just me?
I thought it wasn't gonna be predictable but I predicted that part all wrong.
The story was ok. Boy and girl are attracted but fight. Boy and girl have crazy good sex. Boy saves girl repeatedly. Boy saves girl final time and mystery resolved in a very Scooby Doo fashion. Those meddling kids!
Meh. Double meh.