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Posted August 19, 2005
First Person? An Assassin? Who¿d have thought I would so completely love both? FOR THE LOVE OF is a fast, fun, entertaining read that I Was surprised to find absorbing and heartrending at times. Mac, the heroine, truly captured my interest and my emotion. A well drawn out character that had me rooting and scheming right alongside her. Bravo and well done, Ms. Surbeck. I will be looking forward to future offerings from you.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 12, 2005
Action and romance make this an exciting read.
With its first page, For The Love Of will have you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what happens next. Kally Jo Surbeck has crafted a tale that combines an action packed plot and strong, memorable characters. The heroine and hero possess inimitable qualities that make them distinct. Mac is especially appealing, her strength and vitality virtually leaps from the pages to draw the reader in. From the plot¿s inception, Mac¿s plan to leave The Outfit lured me to continue reading. The first person point of view personalized Mac¿s dilemma and allowed for a deeper understanding of what she was feeling. The additional characters within the story each have a purpose and are an excellent foil to Mac and Gabe. For The Love Of is very well thought out, from the technological gadgets to the network of crime and deception perpetuated by The Outfit. Readers will be astounded at the level of detail that went into this work. Kally Jo Surbeck does wonders introducing bits and pieces of information that will surprise readers with their subsequent importance within the context of the plot. The author has done an excellent job balancing the tension and intrigue with moments of humor, friendship, and passion. Kally does a wonderful job tying all the loose ends up and going out with as much bang as she started with.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.