I loved this book! Talk about LOL funny! Agnes and her temper were a hoot. It was funny how things just kept snowballing out of control no matter what they did. I also like how Shane "fell" for Agnes despite being a commitment-phobic hitman in the beginning. Terrific read!
I loved the way Tyler accepted the importance of Amelia's great-Aunts in her life. That she would be a "package-deal". "Three women for the price of loving one" was how he put it, I think. The personalities of the 2 edlerly maiden aunts really made this book. I have a couple in my own family who are similar to this. They can be hilarious sometimes. The only fault I really had was I didn't truly understand why it was so hard for her to admit to Tyler that she and Amber were one and the same. I mean it wan't a life or death issue or something. Other than that, it's a great read.
I liked the theme as I have a "thing" for sexy long-haired Native Americans. However, this is not the best DP I have ever read.The story seemed kind of choppy. Also, it was a stretch for me to believe an FBI agent would be making out in a car totally oblivious to everyone and everything while a killer was trying to kill his lady. Yet, this occured a couple of times; the sheriff even interruped them once. I will continue to read DP as I think she is a wonderful author. I just didn't particularly like this one.
Liked the story as it is a sequel to Sarah's Child and Almost Forever, but it's really short (only 95 pages including the author's note at the end). Wish it had been full length as I really liked the Hero.