Not as good as the first two. Vince was hardly in it at all. She (the author) also got somewhat more crude than the first two books. I don't read romance books, I don't want that crap my mystery books. Also get tired of some of her wording, IE: if the person gets hit. Then, the 'black lace' comes into their vision. ..
Not as good as the other two in this arc, it finishes the trilogy. Lacks the plotting and definitely the presence of Vince Leone who never really shows up except as a cameo - disappointing as I really enjoy his character.
Love all her books
Love her books!
I did like this book. It held my interest. However, it is not a mystery. The only mystery is who is going to be left standing at the end. Lauren Lawton has become the mother of a missing and presumed murdered child and widow of a suicide all within four years. She's a mess and the police have not been able to help her due to lack of evidence. Though this is in the Oak Knoll series it reads pretty much like a stand-alone.
AMAZING. I had the EXACT same thoughts as did gloryb re: made for TV movie on W, the excessive repeating and over emoting(For the first hundred pages, I read pretty much every word on the page, then about half of the words on the page, then about 5 sentences per page, then about 3, until the final act when it got a little more interesting. It was like a soap opera - miss a day (a page) and you don't miss anything
I loved this book. It's such an amazing page turning, can"t put down until I am finished read.This is my first book by this author. It"s full of drama and action. I just LOVED LOVED LOVED THIS BOOK. This is my first book by Tami Hoag and it won't be my last. PLEASE, go checkout\purchase this book!!!!!! You won't be disappointed.
Best Hoag book ever. So much suspense, good characters.
Reading this novel was like watching a made for TV movie on the W TV network station. The author has her characters repeating info to each other which becomes boring for the reader. Her 2 female lead characters emote their feelings and inner thoughts voluminously. However, what got my interest was that her female character, the mom, takes the initiative to become the stalker, the killer of the person who abused her daughter. She even follows him and breaks into his house with burglar tools and fouls up his place like he did to hers. The story finally picks up the pace about 30 pages to the end as stalker and victim battle it out while the police, previously unable to take control of this situation, just wait around again hoping they will connect with these two.
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