A great retelling of Jane Eyre with a modern spin. It missed on a few marks but kept me reading to find out what truly happened.
I was so excited to read a Christine Feehan novel but this was so disappointing.
An intriguing mystery.
This second book didn’t really hold my interest.
The Case of the Damaged Detective is for anyone who enjoys a buddy story.
Firefighter Steve is not so great at making choices since he started out at Simpson, CO in Search and Rescue before the murder and arson started, and he moved his kids to Monroe, CO at the beginning of Rocky Mountain K-9 Unit and that place went to hell and everything was blowing up, then he moves back to his hometown of Boone, CO and things aren’t any safer. Steve should have learned by now that all that snow makes people crazy and he should move his family somewhere warm.
Katee Robert was more creative with her seriel killer than she was with her main characters.
Katie Ruggle’s debut novel is exciting and sweet. It kept me up late into the night reading. I held on to an ARC offer for the next book, Fan the Flames, waiting to see what I thought of this one and I ran to my computer to download it even before I was halfway finished.
This is a case of don’t judge a series by it’s free novella. If I didn’t already have a copy of the first book, I might have stopped right here and missed out. It’s free. Grab a copy, but don’t let this so-so novella stop you from reading more.
ORDER A COPY: The Girl on the Train Publisher: Riverhead Books Publishing Date: Audiobook: 10 hrs 59 mins Rating: DNF [box style=”rounded” border=”full”]Horrible. Horrible. Horrible! I could not finish listening to this story.[/box] My mother recommended The Girl on the Train to me and then she kept asking if I had read it. Since I […]