This is the worse book of the Women's Murder Club series so far. The plots were thin and boring. The romances were too fluffy. Joe barely existed in this book. The writing seemed so juvenile. I couldn't get past the inconsistencies, ie: the point was made that the doctor looked good in prison orange then later it was said that prison orange didn't suit her. I can't believe that James Patterson wrote this book or for that matter even looked at it.
I liked this book. Typical Crusie. Some of it was pretty far-fetched and if you are picky about that sort of thing, I wouldn't recommend it. But the characters are wonderfully written. I thought this was a throughly enjoyable, easy read!
I'm glad I didn't spend money on this book. I was so disappointed in the Erin McCarthy and Jordan Summers stories. Being a big fan of Erin McCarthy, I expected more of a story line and great witty comments. There just wasn't much there except sex. The story by Jen Nicholas was really cute and entertaining. The story Mesmerized by Jordan Summer had a good plot line, I just didn't find it very believable. She hypnotized the hero but when she couldn't bring him out of it she brought him home to work on him more??? She kept him for 4 days. Maybe it's just me, but I thought the heroine should have been frantic with worry!
At first I didn't like Adrian and felt very sorry for Lilliana and what she had to endure. Then as his story unfolds more I began to understand him. I ended up really rooting for them, even though I knew as a romance they would end up together. I enjoyed reading this and can't wait to get the other books in this triology.
It was cute, it was funny at times and I am definitely getting the sequel. That said, it did tend to go on and on at points. I skipped a few pages here and there without feeling that I missed anything important. The book could probably been about 100 pages shorter making it much more enjoyable.
This is my favorite book of the series (so far). While solving the mystery really didn't seem to pick up until the second half, the first half was very good. I loved how we saw Meg mature in her relationship with her mother.
Not a bad read but a bit drawn out. The main character was somewhat naive in high school and not much wiser as an adult. The end was tied up in a pretty bow and seemed totally out of place in the story.
One of the best books by this author. It deals with a woman and a young girl both coping with the grief of losing their mothers in different ways. Wonderful foray into the colorful Gypsy world. Just a beautiful, heartwarming story. I couldn't put it down.
I enjoyed this book very much. It was a quick read because it was written as if Perry, a mentally challenged man, was writing it. There is profanity but there is also so much humor and insightfulness. I rooted for Perry the whole way and loved when the people who would take advantage of him were thwarted.
This novella, though short, is sweet. There was not a lot of in depth characterizations because it was so short but Mary Balogh really wrote such a great story. At first I wasn't sure I was going to like the hero who seemed very shallow. There is a reason for that which is revealed in the twist. I really can't describe this in any other way than just a plain old sweet story.
Harlan Coben has grown so much as a writer. While this is a great book, it can be very confusing and the plot a little far-fetched. I also grew tired of the line "they didn't know that would be the last time...". The story could probably have been told in half the pages. It was still a good read and the "killer" was a bit of a surprise for me.
There is plentiful and smokin' hot, wild sex in this book. I like the two stories of Cash and Gemma, and Carter and Macie, and how they intertwined. I especially loved watching Cash and Macie learn the father-daughter relationship almost from ground one. I will say that I didn't really like Carter too much. I found him a selfish, whiny, poor me brat. He is not someone that I would enjoy reading about again. Overall, a good read.