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  • Delaney's shadow by Ingrid Weaver

    Edition: Berkley

    Book Title: Delaney's shadow

    Page views: 3259

    ISBN 13: 9780425242681

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    The author of the book: Ingrid Weaver

    Date of issue: August 2nd 2011

    ISBN: 0425242684

    Last download: 6 days ago

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These days I don't read a lot of romantic suspense. I have a few favorite authors I still read, but I rarely pick up a new-to-me romantic suspense. My problem is I think too much to read and enjoy RS. I can't get over the "Super Security Specialist does nothing Super to protect little womenz from threats because he's too busy humping her leg every 5 seconds" trope. Or the "we're in the jungle with bad guys surrounding us with guns but OMG I NEED TO DO YOU RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW" trope. Even more than that, though, I can't get over the little, tiny, seemingly-unimportant details no other readers seem to notice. Like common sense things or police procedural things or OMG WHY ARE YOU SO FREAKING STUPID things.So it was with trepidation that I picked this one up. I honestly only meant to skim it a bit, and before I knew it I was halfway through. Luckily not much of the above mentioned happened here. Since the mystery wasn't really the focus of the story, that wasn't my focus either. The pace of the novel was pretty quick and I enjoyed the paranormal aspects. The idea that two kids could connect mentally after a near-death experience and maintain that connection for life was interesting. The way they connected and the experiences they had mentally were also interesting. Less interesting was the way the hero decided to "punish" the heroine for using him. That would have made sense to me if she actually new she was using him, but she thought he was a figment of her imagination (which he knew) so...his actions just seemed skeevy. I was also bothered by how sweet, naive and perfect the heroine was portrayed to be. She was just so nice and so sweet and so willing to forgive and move on. This really bothered me. There was a lot here that bothered me, but for all that I enjoyed much of the story. I look forward to reading the second book.

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