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Lone Star Justice (Southern Justice Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The blurb tells you how Maddie and Rand happen to meet again, and it was refreshing to find that both were grown up and that neither had an axe to grind over their parting, but the author gave too many too obvious clues as to how the killer found them, and then came out too quickly with the killer's identity. She also made it very obvious as to who his collaborator might have been, and the baddie's mindset seemed quite hard to believe...
The romance definitely took a back-seat to the tale, and the epilogue seemed a touch too convenient, but it ends with a HEA for all concerned. OK as a one-off read, but not a Keeper.
Maddie is not safe in her hometown and danger seems to follow her and her daughter. You can work out why very quickly. There are two main crimes in the book and you can work out who the perpetrators are very easily - two people she meets behave in a suspicious way and they turn out to be the bad guys. There is no real attempt to disguise the plot by creating other characters who might also be guilty. There is a romance element as well but that is also very obvious.
This just isn't well enough plotted or complex enough. It is a short, straightforward, obvious read and instantly forgettable.
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I didn't like that Madelyn Cooper doesn't tell the future father, Rand about the pregnancy. That does bother me. Men get a bad reputation for leaving the child raising to the ladies, but people should still give them a chance to prove themselves as parents, as fathers.
There was a real mystery that was complex because of multiple motivations, I was a little scared at times. I don't like horror or scary in my books, but it was well done. I didn't like the one-time-we-made-a-baby plot device, but it was a sideline and not the basis of making the relationship so I was well satisfied with the HEA.
Fun romance with a real mystery-plot