• Title: Suspicious Minds
  • Author: Kim Cox
  • ISBN: 9781592799435
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
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    Suspicious Minds In the city of Boston lies a story of revenge and hidden identity Ryan Donatelli posing as Thomas Randolph sets out to avenge his sister s death even if it means using Sam Southard s daughter to do
    In the city of Boston lies a story of revenge and hidden identity Ryan Donatelli, posing as Thomas Randolph, sets out to avenge his sister s death, even if it means using Sam Southard s daughter to do it After all, Ryan is sure Sam s responsible Natalie Southard is determined to keep her family business out of the hands of known crime boss, Nick DeMarco After her fatheIn the city of Boston lies a story of revenge and hidden identity Ryan Donatelli, posing as Thomas Randolph, sets out to avenge his sister s death, even if it means using Sam Southard s daughter to do it After all, Ryan is sure Sam s responsible Natalie Southard is determined to keep her family business out of the hands of known crime boss, Nick DeMarco After her father is killed, Natalie and Ryan are forced to run for their lives But, will they live long enough for their hearts to heal once everything is revealed

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    1. There’s a lot to like about this book. It’s about two very appealing characters with enough secrets to keep the tension between them going while their attraction to each other grows. The plot has plenty of twists and turns and cliff-hanging chapter endings that kept me reading. The action scenes are well-drawn. But there’s an awful lot of internal dialogue that seemed repetitious. There are also confusing point of view shifts, sometimes in the middle of a paragraph. Or the point of view wi [...]

    2. This was a quick, fun read. The characters were likable and easy to root for. I appreciated how the main character, Natalie, a strong independent woman, was fighting her way out of her sheltered, only-child upbringing. The story line was intriguing and the suspense was palpable. I thought it was interesting how we met the two main characters. Typically, when there's "undercover work" in a book like this, the audience is introduced to the situation before the main characters encounter one-another [...]

    3. Snippets from the book:Prologue: Ryan’s stomach spasmed. Acid scorched his throat. Every conscious thought screamed denial, yet his trembling hand reached for the bag. Under the fluorescent lights, the ruby pendant glowed like a hot ember. He squeezed it in his palm, trying to feel its pulsing warmth--like the warmth of Shelley’s smile. Oh, God! It was as cold as the body on the table.Chapter One: Natalie smiled in spite of the serious situation. Alyson knew her so well. "I do have a plan, b [...]

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