Did You Miss Me? (The Baltimore Series Book 3) Paperback – 8 Oct 2015
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A page-turning thriller from bestselling author Karen Rose, and part of the Baltimore series.See all Product description
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All the characters are always so nice, with big loving, caring families. There is never a 'bad apple' in their circle of friends or family. The sex is now getting a little tedious and I really don't know how they manage such marathon sessions after such a long, hard day at work and no sleep! Beats me.
I figured out who the perpetrator was right from the start, but that isn't Karen's fault. I would say I'm just getting used to her throwing in the perp from early in the story. There are a lot of red herrings as usual and the plot is enough to want you to keep reading to find out who, what and why.
If you haven't read any of her books before, perhaps you would like this but I would honestly now say that the time has come for some plot changes, with perhaps a not so happy ending or something, Just saying.
My only reason for giving a four star rating instead of a five star is the amount of time and number of pages devoted to the lurid sexual encounters between the main characters. This is often a feature of this author's books which I find detracts rather than adds to the otherwise excellent story telling.
I was looking forward to this, but actually found myself wanting to finish the book, not because I was gripped, but because I wanted to get on to my next book. Sadly too predictable now, I knew what was going to happen all the way through and especially the end. Disappointed that the author hasn't mixed it up a bit. Still a fab writer though!!