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It helps, of course, that both are lovely in their own right, but that they just felt so right together is no small thing, either.
Which is to say that I really enjoyed reading this and found it a delight but have to acknowledge that at least part of that may be in contrast to a string of hard reading that proceed it.
But it was ok, I was just a little bit surprised considering most of Rachel Gibson’s books, especially the other books in this series that I already read, are Contemporary Romance.
(I got the same feeling I got when I started reading her book, Lola Carlyle Reveals All.) And as always happens when I read her books, I was hooked from the first page and totally engrossed in the story.
It was all pretty basi I can't particularly think of much good to say about this book. He set his files and computer on the kitchen table and turned on the lights as they moved down the hall to the spare room. There were so many scenes like that in the books..did this, he did that, she did this, she did that. And even so, her sentence struture had no variety or complexity in these scenes.
I wouldn't say it was downright horribly bad...well, maybe not. The plot isn't exactly original - A serial killer meeting victims online. Which isn't a bad thing, necessarily, if the author can make their work stand-out from the rest, but for this book, there was nothing to this storyline to separate it from anything else out there. There are so many better ways to convey scenes like that. I read one of her books before, and I remember enjoying it, but that was over a year ago, and I wasn't quiet so critical then.3.5 stars.
It was all pretty basic and lacking a hook to really draw a reader it. I just couldn't keep my head in the book when the writing was so uninspiring. Fun plot and Lucy finally became interesting by the middle of the book.