In every book I’ve read there’s at least one point where I sigh and think “get on with it” but for the first time ever that didn’t happen. This author (Whom I’ve never heard about before until a month ago) kept my attention fully. And when I wasn’t reading it (like while I was working) I was thinking about her characters, her plot and the sense of worry that looms over the good guys. I just cant say enough about how fast and intense this book is. If you skip anything, you’ll loose out on a huge portion of the plot. I cant wait until book 2.
I was told about this book by someone on the Tube the other day. I saw him reading like a mad man. He told me all about it and that he wished he could meet the author to tell her that she had kept him up all night reading and now he was off to work without any sleep. I laughed of course then shrugged it off. Then a few hours later I found myself on Amazon buying it. I read it and OMG! The guy on the Tube was right! I was floored by the plot. The author kept me guessing every step of the way which (for someone like myself who usually figures out the end of mystery books within the first chapter) is a hard thing to do. I’m looking forward to the rest of this series so much!
I was thrilled by the new type of main character Amy Collins. She is very different from your average hero and I’m on the edge of my seat for book 2.
Bravo Jacquelyn Verze-Reeher! :-)