I would most likely try the 4th book in the series, but will not finish Book 3 and I'm no quitter! I downloaded it when I purchased the third book. I'm hoping for storyline improvement
No, not at all
Her performance was fine
Here is a woman who has been a vampire for over a year (a former government agent) and who has been maintaining her work at home mom life. All of a sudden she loses her mind, takes justice into her own hands, divulges her utmost secrets to a complete stranger AND although she states multiple times she knows her son is VERY sick, leaves him with her sister because "there is a little girl out there" who needs her! Seriously? I admired her for having common sense and a working brain. It appears both have failed her in Book 3.
I don't cars for books where you don't know what happened to a main character until you read the next book in a series.
Love her descriptions. I can just picture the scenes. This is my second read of the series. Enjoying it just as much the second time.
Heather Graham has used the same story with a different setting for many of the books in this series. At this point, I've lost interest...
There were multiple story lines, as there always are with J. P. Beaumont books. My least favorite, Kramer, including the extremely annoying voice the narrator uses for him.
Maybe. If Beau stays retired or accepts the job offer at the end of this book, I might consider it.
I enjoy the way he portrays Beau.
A nemesis is expected in murder mysteries but to make that nemesis an ass-kissing, inept, politically incorrect co-worker gets old very fast. I'm pretty much done with Kramer and the rewards he gets, book after book after book, for sneaking around, spreading rumors and being a total jerk. Get rid of him!
To have the entire story in one book!
When Alex receives photos that appear to show his family members' murders
I was not happy to discover, at the end of the book, that James Patterson had decided to publish half the story. Mr. Patterson publishes multiple books each year and I cannot believe that he had to rush the publication of this book for monetary reasons. Honestly, I would not have purchased the book had I know it's not the whole story. This type of publishing, especially without informing the purchaser, is a ploy for twice the residuals for one story line. DO NOT buy this book until Mr. Patterson gets around to completing the story.
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