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storyline seemed to get bogged down a bit seemed to get bogged down a bit repetitiveness You know the cops telling s what they re thinking same shit different day And there was a backstory about an incident from ten years ago that kept being repeated Slowed the story so what should have and could have been a taut thriller wasn t Bent Over Screaming (Slave to the Desk Book 1) uiteAs I said I did like how Cassie became empowered after a rocky start and there were some pretty good moments that keep this story from falling apart I just think some editing needs to be done to keep the story moving alongickly Overall a pretty good story about one seriously fucked p familyThank you to the publisher and Net Galley in exchange of an honest review I decided to
read this novel after it was spoke about this novel after it was spoke about by a couple of my Goodread friends Once I started reading it I had a feeling wasn t going to like it but soldiered on nevertheless not been a itter The book got better and better the I read and by the end I felt it was a decent read Not great but decentThe novel features actress Cassie Krammer who is a major suspect when her famous sister goes missing and her body double in her latest film is shot on set Lots of action and intrigue but it is not body double in her latest film is shot on set Lots of action and intrigue but it is not Inner Factors That Control Outer Success 10 CDS up to the standard of book I normally enjoyI would like to thank Net Galley and Kensington books for supplying a copy of After She s Gone by Lisa Jackson in. Tle bit beautiful also proved to be talented and driven Where Cassie got bit parts Allie rose to stardom But now her body double has been shot on the set of her latest movie and Allie is missingPolice discover that the last call to Allie’s phone came from Cassie though she has no recollection of making it Instead of looking like a concerned relative Cassie is starting to look like a suspect the jealous sister who finally grew sick of playing a supporting role As the tabloids go into a frenzy Cassie endsp on a Portland psych ward Is she just imagining the sini.
Free read After Shes Gone Northwest #3I received an advanced readers copy from Kensington via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank youThis book just wasn t for me I struggled and struggled to get through it and ended The Keeper of the Jackalopes up givingp at the 50% mark It was just a little too slow for my liking and it couldn t seem to catch my interest There was too much inner dialogue and not enough action or movement on the pages to make me
to know hate to give p on a book but I just couldn t do it This was not the first book by this author for me and I did enjoy some of book by this author for me and I did enjoy some of other work so I won t let this stop me from reading some of her other work I am a big fan of Lisa Jackson Unfortunately I found this book to be disappointing I sually can not put her books down The Language of Love until I finish it I found this book to have too many characters introduced at the beginning and a lot of pages I call filler There were so many wild goose chases that led to the length of the book but did not enhance the story It was confusing Near the end it pickedp speed and then it was hard to put down I am still a fan but this one is not my favorite 35 stars I really liked the premise of this story a young starlets body double is shot during the filming of a movie and the star goes missing Cassie the older sister tries to find her and gets stonewalled a lot I liked how the author shows s the growth of Cassie and how she is trying to rebuild. In this explosive new thriller #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson delves into the deep bond between two sisters and their shared dream that becomes a harrowing nightmare of madness hatred and jealousyCassie Kramer and her younger sister Allie learned the hazards of fame long ago Together they’d survived the horror of a crazed fan who nearly killed their mother former Hollywood actress Jenna Hughes Still Cassie moved to LA rging Allie to follow As a team they’d take the town by storm But Allie finally free of small town Oregon and just that lit. .want to know
Exchange for a honest review After She s gone by lisa jackson was a bit of by Lisa Jackson was a bit of disappointment for meThe story starts off really WELL BUT ONE THIRD OF THE but one third of the I was completely bamboozled by what was going on There were so many characters and a lot of different POV s that I lost track of who was who and what was what And all those flashbacks and inner monologues just added to my confusionThe main character Cassie I couldn t get this woman Her behavior was beyond bizarre and she kept doing the most Quran Made Easy unbelievable thingsso much so that I kept thinking that there was something off about herlike she was someone else and that I was being led along with all those may red herrings and when all was going to be revealedit would be a shocker But nothe revelation in the end was not a huge surprise because I had an idea who the baddies were very early in the storyI couldn t engage with any of the characters in this book The writing style didn t feel like the other books written by this author I skimmed over a lot of the pagesthe story dragged and I felt it a bit too long for me The plot was so interesting but got bogged down by some of the things I mentioned above and too much repetition of same phrases over and overI have read most of this author s books and she has remained one of my favorite romancesuspense authors but this latest offering was a letdown for meOh I did like the book cover. Ster figure who comes to her bedside whispering about Allie a visitor of whom there is no record Is someone trying to help or drive her mad Convinced she’s the only one who can find Allie Cassie checks herself out of the hospital But a sudden slew of macabre murders each victim masked with a likeness of a member of Cassie’s family makes Cassie fear for her safety and her sanity The only way to end the nightmare is to find out what really happened to Allie And with each discovery Cassie realizes that no one can be trusted to keep her safe least of all herself.