Comments: 3
a TeMPLe of WoRDS 5 years ago
Random statement on book titles (:p): I'm always disappointed to read books that have Texas in the name. When I was first giving romance a try (a loooooooong time ago), I gave two a try, thinking Texas, I know a lot about Texas, but I just couldn't get past the stereo-types - people and scenes. It's kinda like when they have one of those hillbillies on the news to tell you how the hurricane SOUNDED - we're not all like that here.

Good review. I have read a couple of stories where they end out of the blue with so many questions left unanswered. What sucks is that they set it up for a book two that never comes. Is this one part of a series?
I don't think so. Someone over at GR suggested it might be the publisher restricting the author's word count. Not really sure but when the book is headed towards a certain conclusion and everything that happens is in preparation for that....then instead you get a letter left by the bad guys which explains everything (badly) it's kind of annoying.
a TeMPLe of WoRDS 5 years ago
A letter by the bad guy explaining everything?!?! Oh my gosh. How 80s "sitcom" cliche. If the publisher restricted the author's word count (which could be a plausible excuse), then the author should have gone back and reworked things so that it didn't end that way. Just my opinion.