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    Find Me

    In Find Me, Margaret Watson took me right into heart pounding action and didn't let me go! This was a great start to Find Me - I felt like I was thrown into the plot right along with Lizzy. Lizzy is a likable, admirable heroine. She tries to do the right thing despite her fears and trust issues. Because Margaret did a great job of building her character, I could understand Lizzy and her reaction to the situation she suddenly found herself in. I really wanted Lizzy to be safe, but I also wanted her to be able to live her life without fear. I liked how Margaret worked up to this and how the plot played out. Mac is a solid hero also. An FBI agent who is mesmerized from the first time he sees Lizzy, he can't let it go when she disappears. He believes in the good and doing the right thing. He also believes in the people he works with. I liked Mac, and I could understand his dilemma. When he finally finds Lizzy, the spark is still there...but can he trust her? Can she trust him? And most of all, can he believe in her? There is nothing easy about this case, and I liked how Margaret kept the plot alive with a working blend of suspense and heat! I liked that in Find Me we know the who...but we don't know the why or what, or how far he will go. Find Me was an exciting, mesmerizing, fast paced read that I had trouble putting down. It is a believable plot. Corruption exists, but there is also always more good to outweigh it. I loved all of the secondary characters, especially Lizzy's dog and Mac's family. I felt like this was a family that I could be a part of, and I liked the connection between them all. The secondary characters add a lot of extra depth and feeling in their own special way to Find Me. I'd recommend Find Me by Margaret Watson to any romantic suspense reader! I received a free copy for an honest review.
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    Whoa these Donovan kids

    Well, this book was an adventure. Fast-paced, full of action and intrigue and of course romance. Since this is the first book I have read in the series, I really enjoyed the camaraderie of the Donovan family. The story also reflects the real-life corruption that is standard on most law enforcement agencies. I'd love to get my hands on the earlier releases and the upcoming ones in this series. ARC provided in exchange for an honest review
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    Exciting, Fluid.

    ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ FOUR-STAR ✩ REVIEW ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ > > Judging a Book by it's Cover < < Split screen style composition, bold color for title, strong fonts. The synopsis sounds exciting! > > Looking Deeper < < POV ~> Third-person. Mac is the oldest Donovan sibling. FBI, where the others went the route of PD. Lizzy is a language's expert that translates for numerous places, including acting as interpreter at the hospital. After one such late night interpreting at the hospital, she witnesses a murder. The victim was an FBI agent. When Mac's only witness decides to ghost on them before sitting with a sketch artist, he becomes obsessed not only with her as a witness, but as a woman. Both lead characters were strong and smart in their own rights. She was wary due to past poor experience with law enforcement, but it made her come off as unfairly judgemental. He was unsure if he could trust his gut when lower parts of his anatomy seemed to be leading the investigation. Their chemistry was magnetic, but he liked to be rather pushy and persuasive. It was a little off-putting at times. The secondary characters provided strength in their roles. Dialogue and cast interaction were believable. The plot was dynamic and full of energy. The writing flowed smoothly. A critical error at 42%, on Mac's end (whether intentional on the author's end or not, I don't know), could have ended everything but apparently, it went unnoticed by the hyper-vigilant Beth. Once back in Chicago, nothing further was mentioned about the findings in her apartment. One would think, at the very least, she'd have some questions to answer pertaining to the "incriminating evidence". Very little predictability for me. The conclusion was satisfying enough with an implied attempt at an HEA, however, nothing solid was provided to back that assumption. Overall, it was another well-written, exciting book to the series. . Rating: [R] ~ Score: 4.125 ~ Stars: 4 ========================== ⭐ ⭐ **** Disclosure of Material: I received a copy of this book from the Author/Publisher with the hope that I would voluntarily leave unbiased and unsolicited feedback. I was not asked, encouraged, or required to leave a review - nor was I compensated in any way. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". ***** ⭐ ⭐
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    Works as a Stand Alone

    I don't normally like to read series books out of order. But when I was offered this book from the author, she assured me that it could be read as a stand alone. Since the vast majority of the book is Mac and Lizzy alone together, without family or friends around, there was truth in that statement. Lizzy had the bad luck of seeing someone killed. Turns out both the person killed and the killer were FBI agents. Unfortunately, Lizzy has not had good personal experiences with the "Blue Line" that all all cops share. And running on no sleep, shock and shear terror, Lizzy grabs what she absolutely has to have, and bolts for safety. Luckily, Lizzy was able to get away and find safety on an island in Washington state that houses the summer camp she attended back in her youth. In the middle of winter, with no way to access it, except by boat, it should be a safe place to hide out. From the first time Lizzy came in to give a statement, Mac was having very inappropriate thoughts about Lizzy. Then when she seemed to just disappear, leaving him with no leads on the death of his partner, Mac got a bit obsessed. It took him a couple of months, and a bit of luck, but he tracked Lizzy down. Now he just has to convince her to trust him when he says believes her and that he will help her. I liked Lizzy's gutsy-ness and levelheadedness. She thought ahead, played it smart and I really admired her for it. She was the complete antithesis of the TSTL female character. Mac, on the other hand, I didn't really like. I found it really odd. Most of the time, it's the female character I have an issue with. This time it was the male. He came off as a bit of a condescending jerk in the beginning and I just couldn't warm up to him. Then there was their first sex scene, and I was a bit eww-ed out by it. I understand it was a plot device, but still - eww. I did like the over-all plot and the writing was well done. The dialogue was tight and once Mac and Lizzy were once again in Chicago, the family dynamics were fun and heartwarming. Then there was Lizzy's dog Franny. The author did a great job of making sure that Franny's needs weren't forgotten and portrayed them in a very realistic way. It's nice to see an author remember that dogs have to be fed, walked and played with. Every. Single. Day. And not just when their needs can be a vehicle to move the plot along. I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. Overall, I enjoyed this read and would tray another in the series. I gave this book a solid 3 stars. The author provided me with this book in exchange for my honest opinion.
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