West Valley City, UT, United States | Member Since 2014
Maybe I should start by saying I don't read romance novels. I love it when there is attraction and subtlety with a kiss at the end and a promise of a more fullfilling relationship later when a commitment is present. Imagine that... moral books. With that said, Brooklyn, the main character, has all the sublety of a flashing neon sign. Brooklyn appears to be attracted to almost any man in the book as long as he's young and handsome and you have to hear about it in detail. She has had several attempts made to kill her. Then she gets decked by a main wearing black and instead of wondering "Who is he?" and "Is he the murderer?" she is attracted to him?? Please. The overall mystery was quite nice. But the language which is moderately sprinkled with all kinds of bad words, including f words, is disappointing and distracting. I am a mom of school age children and I can't listen to this outloud, yet it is an AUDIO book. My dad is a true bibliophile and collects old books. I love the setting of this mystery, but the romance and language are too much. Overall, it was disappointing. The performance also detracted from the story. If you need a British accent, you ought to try to find a good one.
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