The story isn't bad. The problem is the "hot, sexy cowboy" sounds like a teenage geek. A Texas cowboy with no sexy Texas drawl?
NO I would not spend a second wasting my time.
Write a book that doesn't insult me and make me grind my teeth. Make me want to finish the book. I was so disgusted with how she wrote the first few pages setting up a strong female lead that you could understand her firm, deep seated beliefs then in a page turns her into a weak, doubtful and serious lustful women. She follows along like a sheep, bowing to the hero's every command. She makes excuses for every single slight given to her by anyone.
Where do the good ratings come from?
The story had potential but fell flat. The small part of the story with Grandma Eve was the best. Meg is a drama queen who thinks she can handle terrorists better than Navy SEAL's and the FBI. Lt. Nilsson acts like a love struck teenager that can't seem to take control of any situation. The story didn't flow, it had too many pointless scenes and the characters were fragmented.
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