If you're looking for a glorious romance or an uncomplicated light read, look elsewhere. This is a big book. And let me start out by saying that I love big books. It seems like the thicker they are, the more I'm drawn to them.
One thing that I loved about this story was how deep and real the characters were. I honestly feel like Paul Falcon is going to walk right out of Chicago's FBI station with a coffee in one hand and an important case in the other. And of course, being a girl, I love how Paul was such a pursuer. Woman love men who are willing to work for them, and all the little things he did was really what won him Ann's heart.
The whole plot was worked around such crazy stuff, and it all somehow all found it's way intertwined and resolved by the end of the book. I loved it and my only regret is that I didn't pick up a Dee Henderson novel sooner. It was my first book of hers and I found it worked great as a standalone book.
Highly recommended to readers who love a good suspense that will last them longer then a day or two.
The literary style of Full Disclosure makes it an intense, serious, intricate read. I am an avid fiction reader, reading about a book a day. This book took me three days to read. It's not a light read, which was refreshing. This is a book that I'll remember; that I pondered on and found deep insights into people's character and relationships. If you're looking for just romantic entertainment, this is not the book for you. This book is on level with a Laurie King's Mary Russell (Sherlock Holmes) series or one of Bill Myer's deep thinker novels. I immensely enjoyed all the different layers of this book and highly recommend it to serious readers.
I enjoyed this book, as I do with all of Dee Henderson's books. However, I felt like this one was a bit more difficult to follow than her other novels. There seemed to be too many characters and the plot was too hard to follow at times. I think a reader would be lost if they haven't read her previous books.