I have enjoyed most of the books I've read by Tami Hoag. Generally, they are suspenseful with interesting characters. I am about half way through with this one and I'm really struggling. I don't like any of the characters. We are so bogged down in this ridiculous sexual tension between the two main characters that the murder isn't looking all that important. I am finding myself not caring who murdered the man or why, and I find these two characters quite irritating. And of course they're both gorgeous looking. Even when the murder is being discussed, she's standing too close to him, he reaches out to kiss her, and on and on - it's laughable. So why should we take the murder seriously?
I'm going to try to get through it, then I will complete my review.
I finished the book and it was a struggle. These two are madly in love with each other in about three minutes, but fight it until the end. And by the time I got to the end, I hardly cared who killed whom and why, I just wanted to get it done. It was very unsatisfying.