Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
This book reminds me of an earlier book, Walking after Midnight which was also written by Karen Robards. I like them both, this book took me a little bit longer to get into though. I usually read all of KR suspense/romance books she writes. She usually has an animal in the story, this time she used a kid for the lovable character. My favorites books by Karen Robards are One Summer and Whispers at Midnight. If you like this kind of book I recommend reading Suzanne Brockmann's Trouble Shooters series. Other good suspense/romance authors are Sandra Brown, Linda Howard, and Tami Hoag.
Have a renewed interest in books after falling in love with audio books. I am listening to all different genres and exploring different authors.
I really enjoyed the free first chapter from Audible. However, listening to the full book was a little disappointing. The lead character seemed to annoy me. Plus the ending was a little too convenient.
the storyline was so predictable and far fetched. the end couldn't come quick enough to be fair I actually read it to the end. but what a bore
reader was excellent
no no no
all of them
I wasted my time
Admittedly I've never been in witness protection but this was a very boring book with a very predictable storyline. Characters were just plain blah. I just couldn't wait for it to end. Not sure why I stuck with it.
The story line is great, keeps you on your toes. And the romance is pretty hot too!
Addicted to Audible.
I loved the characters!!!
Sam was great! She was tough and knew what she wanted and how to get it!
The book was read brilliantly. Shannon really did they job well.
I enjoyed this book but in some places it seemed like she went too far with the descriptions and you are left thinking hurry up I get it.
It was good but not as good as Shatterred
This story grabs your attention right off, and you can't wait to find out what happens next. I really enjoyed this book. I couldn't turn it off. Everything else had to wait until I finished listening to this book.
You are the sum of what you read!
I found myself so involved in the narration and story that during a particularly suspenseful section, I was sweating!
I doubt it. Bad writing.
All of them.
The dialogue must have repeated itself over and over and over....again till you thought, Huh? It was just taking up space for bad writing. Plus, no one would act like this in a real situation. It was ridiculous. I had to stop after a chapter because it was too silly to suspend my imagination that far.