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Book Review – Blog This by Cami Checketts

Genre: Mystery/Suspense
Pages: 265
Published: September 18th 2013 by Birch River Publishing
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Sypnosis:

Will protecting children throughout the world cost Natasha her own family?

Devastated by the loss of her brother, Natasha Senecot works to expose the dangers of Matthew Chrysler’s violent video games, succeeding in bankrupting and humiliating him.

Chrysler retaliates and sends a hit man after her. Natasha is forced to fake her own death to protect her children, but after witnessing another tragedy, Natasha won’t hide any longer.

In a race against time, can Natasha expose Matthew Chrysler before his assassin murders her family and shatters her world?

Review:

Can you believe I’ve read this story in just one sitting?! Dang! I can’t believe I’ve hold on too long to read this story. Hahaay! I guess I should start erasing my judgment about book covers eh?

I could have given this story a 4-star rating because I didn’t like the ending. Grrr, well Alex, I am available and I wouldn’t mind your adventurous background hehe. But this story hook me up just as I was starting its first chapter so I can’t help myself and just gave this one a raging 5-star rating.

This story gave me suspense just like what I feel when I read books from MHC but unlike hers, I was able guess the real culprit in this book. Well, it wasn’t actually that hard, this story only have a handful of characters until the FBI showed up, haha, I was even confused on what’s the name of the good guys. Well, I’m not really good with names and being a sleuth, but this story just made my dream come true and spot on the real culprit without a sweat, so thanks Ms Author, though I think you should have make the ending better. Haha, it was actually great, but if you’re rooting for Alex like I do, then you’ll absolutely feel the same way that I do haha. Oops haha, I should have said it first that this story also have a little romance added into it than blabber about Alex eh? Lol. So yeah, this story has it which makes me want it more. I love that it wasn’t too cheesy and too cliché so it will absolutely left you to crave for more. Also, I haven’t read other books with the same plot so that’s absolutely great!

As I’ve mentioned above, this story only have a handful of characters so they’re so easy to keep track of, not until the FBI came (curious? Just read for yourself hehe) And so far, I only encountered two to three words that I need to consult the dictionary for its meaning, so overall, my reading experience with this book was an absolute pleasure.

This is just my first time reading a story from the author so I didn’t expected a lot so I guess that’s also one of the reasons that I enjoyed this story so much. I can’t believe I’ve waited this long to read this great story and made it sit idle in my reading list for almost a year (or maybe more? Lol) but I think what’s more important is that I was able to read it eh? I believe that there’s no such thing as late when it comes to book, haha.

This story made me squeal both of “kilig” and for suspense and it left me wanting for more, so I guess I’ll be stalking the author at the end of this.

This book is highly recommended and I am so excited for you to read it too. Ciao!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

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