I was not impressed with this novel. After reading the book I was anxious to compare notes with other readers, so I went to "goodreads" to compare notes. Almost all of the reviewers rated the book between 4 and 5 stars. Hmm...was there something wrong with me? I don't think so. The twist in the plot, which everyone raved about, was not executed well in my humble opinion. I also find that Hannon's protagonists repeatedly refer to the Christian religion. Prayer and faith are always stressed in the dialogue. While I am not an atheist or an agnostic, I find the "PTL" (praise the Lord) inclusions to be cliche and forced rather than a natural aspect of her protagonist's personality...which brings to mind televangelist shows on late night TV. The story in itself is a good one, however I dislike the romance which is "corny" and unrealistic. Before I am accused of being too harsh or trying to instigate conflict among readers, I am of the Christian faith, religion was also one of my majors at university. There are numerous detective/suspense novels I've read and enjoyed that touched on religion, faith and spirituality, however, this is not one of them.
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