I need someone to lie to me repeatedly so I can say "bulls*t the sequel" now. It must be done
A Pacific Northwest mystery that has a few twists and turns. Good plot and good character development, especially of the protagonist (and a pretty cheezy love story but at least it's with 2 admittedly flawed characters). I stayed up late 2 nights in a row to finish this book in 1 weekend. While not a nail-biter, it was a page-turner. If you've been to the San Juan Islands, the setting also adds to the appeal of the book.
There were a couple "I didn't see that coming" points in the novel. I am happy to have a Krentz novel that doesn't have that psychic nonsense running through it but the two main characters were lacking: Jack is a cookie cutter of Krentz's usual male hero and Madeline seemed a bit immature at some points to be taken seriously as an executive. But overall the story was really very good.
I had to wait a long time to get the Kendle version, but it was well worth it. Suspenseful and full of twists.
Recommend you start this book early in the day. I started after supper and ended up staying up to finish it.
This book is similar to other romantic suspense novels Krentz has written. I really enjoyed the action in this book, although the romance between the characters was somewhat predictable. Definitely recommend to those looking for a face-paced read filled with twists along the way.
Enjoyable, quick read. A little romance, lots of action, shady politics and interesting characters.
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