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review 2018-09-11 19:24
The Woman Trapped In The Dark - J.D. Mason

 

Now that Jordan and Abby are ready to tie the knot, an evil force is determined to drive them apart.  Jordan's past comes back to haunt him and Abby becomes the pawn to a malicious plot to bring Jordan to his knees.  She's has been kidnapped and Jordan must race against time to find the love of his life or she dies.

 

The Woman Trapped In The Dark is drenched with romance and suspense. While reading I could feel the depth of the love Mason wanted me to experience between Jordan and Abby; accepting flaws with unconditional love.  

 

The suspense was plentiful however, the fire in the suspense was lost because certain events were predictable and the first half of the book moved too slow.  

 

The Woman Trapped In The Dark by J.D. Mason is a good read.  I've read the first two installments in the Blink, Texas trilogy and enjoyed them.  Unfortunately with this last book in the series I didn't feel that spine-tingling sensation I get when I read a suspense novel.

 

Thank you Netgalley and St. Martin's Press for an ebook ARC in exchange for my honest review.

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review 2018-07-16 18:29
The Summer List - Amy Mason Doan

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. So much so, that I really didn't want it to be over with when I finished it. I didn't want to leave these characters or this story.

Actually, there are two stories going on in this book. One is historical which you can fit part of it in to the other story, but not exactly sure how it all really comes together. This only added to the reading pleasure for me.

An excellent summer read IMO. 

A story of friendship, summers, small towns, laid back days and secrets. 

Thanks to Harlequin and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

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text 2018-06-24 23:01
Reading progress update: I've read 312 out of 408 pages.
The Time to Kill - Mason Cross

slight, slight chance I’ll finish this tonight because it’s so addictive...but, more realistically, I get it done tomorrow morning. the plot is not the most original - Bourne movie fans, and Jack Reacher fans, are familiar with this “hunter and hunted” scenario - but this version of the chase has its own wrinkles and twists, and I’m very happy with my first Mason Cross experience.

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text 2018-06-24 17:00
Reading progress update: I've read 233 out of 408 pages.
The Time to Kill - Mason Cross

very suspenseful, and I love it. it seems I’ve discovered yet another Spy/Action series where I want to read all the books. stacking too many of these...but it’s not a bad problem to have.

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text 2018-06-24 01:52
Reading progress update: I've read 63 out of 408 pages.
The Time to Kill - Mason Cross

I like it - style, story, characters: all strong. as far as Summer of Spies goes, and whether this qualifies or not - well, yeah, it’s not the archetype of all Spy novels, more like a variant, but that’s usually interesting too. happy to be giving this author a go; working out well, so far.

 um, apologies, in advance, for the fact that the next book I’ll (probably) be reading is called Dead Horsemeat. yeah yeah, I know...blechy updates and cover images coming not long from now. but we’ll deal with it, together, when the time comes.

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