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I love Lisa. With the exception of a few books ...
February 21, 2016
I love Lisa. With the exception of a few books I've read all her work. This book was an easy read, I recommend it on a plane or a beach and only if you got it free. Major spoilers here, if one can spoil anything this bad. I hated the characters. The only character I felt for was Bill, Will/Timothys father/not father. The premise was great and in the hands of Lisa should have been awesome. Her problem was trying to put so many twists and turns on it she forgot to actually flesh out the characters. First Lisa is a lawyer. When I read a book like this from an author who is a lawyer I expect SOME things to not be so off the wall they are laughable. Sure, writers make crap up and write for entertainment but THIS BAD? Regardless of WHO the biological father is the law would recognize the man who was married to the woman at the time of birth. Having adopted a child who turned out to be kidnapped and given up for adoption illegally only to be exposed and whose mother conveniently died, whose (supposed) father conveniently died and whose mother had no other heirs except the man she listed as the father at the time of birth and was married to at the time of birth was too convenient. Guess what folks? THAT MAN holds all the cards. Main character? NO kid for YOU. And then the crime scene in the kitchen where there's blood everywhere. They ripped up the floor and painted over the blood stained walls with pretty green paint. Um yea, not. heads up people, if that happens call in the professionals to clean it up. SS And the kid really? Smartest kid out there. At 3. Lisa, you keep spewing out crap like that and I'm done. Are you a paranormal romance writer with your sappy ending or a thriller write? And I LOVE paranormal so no comments folks. I ca't even go on. It's bad. Save your money.