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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2013

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  • Posted May 16, 2013

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    CD /unabridged/Thriller: There are soooo many things wrong with

    CD /unabridged/Thriller: There are soooo many things wrong with is book. This review will have spoilers in it and I don't care because I am not recommending it.
    Nutty cousin escapes the mental hospital and is going after his cloistered cousins from a "cult". He and his one cousin, Lorelei, can communicate. When you hear "Sisssteer", take a shot! And you hear it a lot and my eyes rolled every time.
    Lorelei is a doormat. Harrison is a cad. But hey, Lorelei is in love with him. Why? Maybe because when she admits that she was pregnant and just had a miscarriage the day before, he's only concerned with her lying to him. He at no time asks if she is okay! She barely knows him and it's none of his business and she didn't lie, she just didn't tell him. Of course being the doormat she is, blames herself and starts to believe that she lied (?).
    Other problems:
    Margaret believes Justice can't get hold of a ladder and doesn't call an ambulance when her niece is stabbed.
    How many cellphones fall out of someone's grasp? At some point take a hint and tie it to your arm.
    Lorelei's ex-husband doesn't know that she was from the cult. She never told him. Keeping important information from your husband was probably the root of your divorce.
    Lorelei is in a small room and is worrying about shooting a gun because it may ricochet. She finally shoots and instead of hitting the person in front of her, hits a lamp.
    The police are smarter than Harrison. So shouldn't Harrison keep them in the loop more?
    Justice can smell pregnancy? From miles away? Can he smell when the sisters are having their periods too?
    So why is nutty cousin killing? I understand he's a nut, but the story never delved into what happened that made him that way. That's right; Margaret refuses to let the kids see a doctor. Maybe poor Justice had a tumor.
    Harrison doesn't warn his own sister that the person he is keeping at her home has a nut after her. His sister has a child in the house. Get a hotel next time.
    The lighthouse while old and run down should still hold up. This lighthouse's door was apparently made of Balsa wood instead of oak.
    The whole supernatural aspect; what is the deal with the little kid. Justice is killed and she's cured?
    Did anyone believe the story about Mary falling off the cliff?
    No men are allowed in the hollowed walls of the cult....except the handyman, who not only goes on the property, but brings a cell phone.
    Skip it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2011

    Disappointed

    This is the 3rd book in the series that I have read and it is by far the most disappointing. Unrealistic plot line. There were alot of details in the story that were glossed over and not dealt with appropriately to make the story flow. The heroine in the story pregnant with her soon to be ex-husband's child, meets a reported and instantly "has feelings like she is falling in love". Then the scenario with the miscarriage...totally unreal. Ladies I would suggest you do a little more research and read what you actually write to make a story plausible...the devil is in the details....Personally, I had a problem finishing this book, but I slogged through it....very disappointed!!!

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