Very little substance. Man and woman talking to one another in an question/answer style. I got absolutely nothing new or helpful from this.
No. Definitely No.
Id scrap the whole book.
Sure. It was fun. Easy reading. Times you needed to be sharp to follow. Other times was pretty fun. *Definitely needs a note about the language though*. My 13 yr old would enjoy this very much but too many f bombs thrown around consistently.
The real personality of the main character. She made me smile throughout.
No. This one was good though. Wasn't a distraction from the story.
More than anyone bargained for.
Another fun read. Most of the time there was no gut clench as I got through the stressful spots. Was easy to root for the main character. & I loved her friends. The brother scene completely weirded me out though.
The book was a great read, although it drug on in a few spots. I had to force myself to finish it w the absurd voices the narrator provided. Good thing the plot has juice.
Not even for free. She drawled for characters she shouldn't have. At times she made the put together main character inappropriately whiney. She hadn't a clue how to do a Boston accent & made the men sound completely opposite from how I felt they were designed to be. Like they were idiots, instead of sharp officers w a flavor of wit.
Of course. Cruel hanging ending re the babies daddy & if she even knows. Plus I want to see the reaction of the fake pregnancy. I think Angel should have been a dirty cop who was a part of the whole mess--so it would be interesting to see where that line leads. And we have to know if she tells her homicide boss to bugger off for not believing in her sanity & for all the guys that let one situation completely distort their respect for her and disregard her professional input. P.S. Where was her jerk of an ex when she needed protecting? And if they have a different narrator then Id very much enjoy seeing the rookie's character develop.
Write a sequel. Ditch the narrator. I'll be first in line.
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