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MarilynCoral Springs, FLAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Great bookJuly 24, 2021MarilynCoral Springs, FLAge: 35-44Gender: femaleThis is a new author to me. I look forward to reading more from this author. This is a Suspenseful, action packed, mystery book with a dash or romance.
I enjoyed getting to know Kadance and Lyndon. Their opposite personalities and desire to find the truth. I am curious if this will turn into a series, but if not is is a great book either way. I can't with to read more from this author.
I was given a copy of this book for my honest opinion.
arkmom4 Stars Out Of 5Assassians, deadly virus, scientist, mystery, suspenseJune 1, 2021arkmomQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3needs comfort from him. Mac helps her out of jams.
I did like her dedication to putting her own desire to remain hidden to help Lyndon. I felt empathy for both her and Lyndon when a horrible incident came to light for Kadance that impacted both herself and Lyndon. She felt he would never forgive her for her part in it.
The two end up working together to try to save the world from a deadly virus. Interesting with what has been going on in the past year in our own world.
A con on this story is too many details when Lyndon details his attraction for her to Kadance. Uncalled for in what's supposed to be a Christian fiction book. Also, just small mentions of God in the story.
Kadance decides to pray when in a jam and believes God is hearing and answering her prayers. It just doesn't work like that for a unbeliever. God isn't a jenny in a bottle that one can summons at opportune times and have their wishes granted.
I did enjoy the snippet of the author's next book that was at the end of this one. I look forward to reading it.
I was given an advanced ecopy of this book by the publisher, Revell and Netgalley. I was under no obligation to leave a positive review.
bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: Over 65Gender: Female3 Stars Out Of 5Much more character revelation than actionMay 3, 2021bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: Over 65Gender: FemaleQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 2I expected this to be a suspense novel but it was not. Most of the novel was character revelation and dialog about character revelation. There might be a scene of suspenseful action and then what seemed like pages and pages of Kadance or Lyndon trying to pry family or career information out of the other. Granted, Lyndon's family background has a great deal to do with the impending bioattack. But rather than a few revealing back story sections, the back story for both characters seemed to be the major element of the whole book.
I found it hard to become engaged with the characters. Kadance, an accomplished sniper, seemed to quickly latch onto Lyndon after the opening where she spotted a sniper and saved his life. Lyndon is an unusual character. He had an eidetic memory, three doctorates, a brain that has issues with focusing causing him headaches, yet is muscular and can fight like the best of them. He can also hack into any computer system since one of his doctorates is in cyber security. His personality revelation was almost painful to read.
I did appreciate the apologetics exploration as Lyndon explains how he can be a dedicated scientist and still believe in God. There is also sort of a gospel message included as one of the characters come to accept God's existence.
This is Koslin's debut novel in the inspirational romantic suspense genre. The suspense was periodic and the romance was very different with the emphasis on the characters prying information out of each other. This is a novel for readers who like an emphasis on revealing character personal history and its effects on current actions. Preventing the bioattack is almost a side issue.
I received a complimentary egalley of this book from the publisher. My comments are an independent and honest review.
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