Book Reviews of Share the Darkness (Harlequin Blaze, No 245)

Share the Darkness (Harlequin Blaze, No 245)
Share the Darkness - Harlequin Blaze, No 245
Author: Jill Monroe
ISBN-13: 9780373792498
ISBN-10: 0373792492
Publication Date: 4/1/2006
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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This book kept we looking forward to each page
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Good romantic read with some suspense thrown in to keep it interesting.
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ACK! I was a bit disturbed how she slept with a man she never even saw, I never met a Blaze book I did not like until this one!
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I was not impressed with this book. The emotions of the H and h were not realistic given the situations in which they found themselves throughout. Just as an example, when the h and her handlers (U.S. Marshals) take her to a safe house after her cover identity is compromised, the H (an FBI agent) goes with them. While in transit, he touches her hand and gets hard (in a police car, when he still believes the h is a criminal). Then, when they're sitting in the safe house and the Marshals explained to H why the h was in Witness Protection, he touches her and gets hard and is constantly lusting after her (inappropriate much?). And this is after the H suspected the h was a criminal from the beginning! I mean, really. The emotions of the characters were too overblown and ridiculous given the circumstances in which they found themselves throughout the book. For me, Share the Darkness harkens back to the "older" Harlequin novels, which I associate with having characters that are overly dramatic and border on the ridiculous. I would not recommend this one.
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