From the author of the "New York Times" bestseller "The Maze" comes a riveting new novel of contemporary romantic suspense about a mute child in jeopardy, the man who rescues her, and his life-and-death role as their protector.
Many of the characters' actions seemed completely illogical especially given that some of them are supposed to be highly educated and experienced law officials. The bad dialogue and strangeness of their actions really kept me from getting interested in the characters. I also noticed one big inconsistancy that should have been caught in basic editing.
This really felt like the work of a first time author instead of one with many novels under her belt. If it had been the first Catherine Coulter novel I'd read I really doubt I'd have read another. I'd reccomend skipping this one and reading "The Sherbrooke Bride" which I'm going to reread and hopefully remind myself why I liked this author.
BAD PART ABOUT THE BOOK:
There was no suspense. Read more