As always Nora's characters pull you in and I just couldn't stop reading.
Realistic scenarios and a very quirky charming heroine
Fantastic story so well written you were with them every step of the way. Felt the love and the fear as though I was there
The concept for the book is okay, and is evening exciting at parts. The main issue is that the dialogue is awful, the characters are relatable and are so one dimensional. It's almost painful to read parts where they're speaking to each other because all I could think was, no one talks like that! I'm generally a Nora Roberts fan, so I'm not sure why this book seems less realistic and true to form than usual. I would also add that parts of the plot, especially in the beginning, take HUGE leaps that it expects you to just go along with. For example, the two main characters meet unexpectedly, by just happening to be in the same place at the same time, then happen to be followed by the killer for a reason that is loose at best, then become soul mates in like three days, and begin an adventure?? Sorry but it just didn't work for me. I keep having to make myself finish reading.
Where are the quirky, fun characters?? Where is the plot? Where's the romance? Where is any movement....At all......Halfway through this book and it's SO BORING!!!!
Ugh! Did Ms Roberts get a ghost-writer? Because this is so bad and so not like her books!
An interesting story line that grabs you n the first chapter! However, again to many words for a story that could have told in less.
This book was intriguing to the last word. But I didn't understand the title until the last w chapters.
This was a great book, very suspenseful, and lots of romance as well. The ending took me by surprise, and I just enjoyed reading the book from the beginning to the end.
I definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys suspenseful situations and how the characters overcome them.