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    Fun read

    I liked the pase of the book, and the main character is well written and funny. Good, entertaining weekend read.
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    A Fun Read

    It was a really fun and action packed story. Loved the Girl Scouts involvement. Go figure. Will enjoy reading the next story with Finn/Merry! ♥️
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    Good luck

    If you like Fortune Redding, this series is not for you. The first book is okay, not great, not horrible, just okay. However, Merry Wrath might be the worst ex CIA agent ever. No weapons, no security, no backstory. She was retired, not disavowed so its unrealistic to think she wouldn't have had a full plausible backstory for her new identity. Not to mention Riley who clearly is a terrible judge of character and should probably be disavowed. Book 2 is much the same but book 3....oh boy! The continuity errors and incorrect timeline make this book so hard to read. Seriously, the continuity errors are SO BAD, I googled reviews of the 3rd book to see how it rated...surprisingly well across the board, I can't explain why. This is definitely a series that needs revamping from book one, I'm not sure how it made it past editing all the way to publishing. And if somehow you manage to make it past all these errors, the stories are more than a little ridiculous. Mostly because the characters act more like regular people than people with a history of spying or law enforcement. I like a good convoluted mystery, but not when the main characters have personalities completely counter to their careers, current or past.
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