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  • Fast-paced cat and mouse game

    I’m a sucker for romantic suspense novels, so Where Death Meets the Devil was an automatic read for me…and that was before I saw all the high ratings and praise pouring in from other readers and even some authors. As this was the first book I’ve read by the author, I wasn’t sure what to expect from her writing style, but I enjoyed it a lot. The pacing is brisk, the action scenes intense, the descriptions complete but not lingering enough to slow the speed of the scene, and the characters incredibly intriguing. And yet, I kept waiting for that special something to grip me so hard it wouldn’t let go and it never really happened. Perhaps it was a case of too much build-up from outside sources, but as much as I liked this book and appreciated that it is different from most romantic suspense novels I read- with the suspense and story being the prime focus and the romance playing more of a second fiddle- it never quite swept me off my feet like I expected. Where Death Meets the Devil had a different approach to a timeline, with the story and chapters alternating between the heroes first meeting 1 year ago and the present. The back and forth in the storyline successfully built the suspense and reinforced the cat and mouse theme the book revolved around, but for me it also disrupted the tempo enough that I could walk away at the end of every chapter. While I was eager to get back because I found the characters and plot intriguing, I wasn’t pulled in so much that I was desperate for answers. That said, I did like the resolution, I liked the slow unearthing of details and players, and I liked how Ethan was a bit of an enigma right to the very end. I also liked that the ending was a bit open ended. It left room for interpretation and reinforced the unknowing elements that was a hallmark to Ethan and Jack’s relationship. In some ways it made for a perfect happy-for-now ending even though there wasn’t much romance in the traditional sense of the word, and while it left many readers clamoring for more, I’m just fine with this being a standalone book…thought I could definitely see myself eagerly picking up any future books with these two. As it stands now, I quite enjoyed Where Death Meets the Devil and, even though the book didn’t wow me as much as I expected, I won’t hesitate to read more of this author’s suspense novels. *eARC provided via Netgalley. The author and publisher had no influence over this review*

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  • Where Death Meets the Devil

    Great romantic suspense between Jack, an ex-SAS officer, and Ethan, an assassin.

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  • Though ly enjoyable!

    This one kept me turning the pages until the very end. Highly recommended

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