Once is enough,
This review is from: Desperado (Mass Market Paperback)I am a big fan of Palmer and because of this i rushed to borrow this book ASAP.
I finished reading the book with hopes that it would get better, i kept hoping that Cord would stop feeling guilty and get out of the Texan-mercenary-regretful role. The development of the characters was weak. For all of Cord's intelligence he seemed pretty dumb in regards to Maggie.
Maggie desparately needed to bone up and stop acting like al love sick female i mean considering all that she has been through in regards to the oppositie sex
This book is sooooooooo predictable- Maggie's secret can be seen a mile away
There was no suspense- from Chapter 3 i could already tell how it would end and what would be the fate of the bad guys
A true novel should allow the possibility for the love birds being seperated for life
That was not the case
From the onset it was evident that they would be together as soon as Cord got his act together.
I regret to say that Diana Palmer is suffering from writer's block and because of this cannot come up with an original plot but just keeps reusing the innocent female- who has always loved the experience male- who was always to blind to see her
This book was not a total waste of my time though
The conversations between the two major characters and the romance was off-the-hook
Palmer i am a big fan so pleaaaaassseeee come up with a less predictable plot