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    Wonderful blend of suspense and romance

    Such A Pretty Girl was a wonderful suspense thriller with the great romance blended in and I enjoyed it even more than Tess Dimond’s last book, Dangerous Games. I was completely along for the ride as Grace and Gavin looked for this unusual killer on a murderous spree. I found the writing to be a nice improvement over the last one and many of the small problems, like over repetition of phrases, were gone, making the story and pacing much stronger this time around. I’ve always found criminal profiling really interesting so watching Grace do her job was fascinating and I loved the times she used it to put people in their place. Grace is clearly a strong, independent, and feisty woman who refuses to let anyone belittle her, her work, or her place in the FBI. A traumatic experience from college has caused Grace to keep men at a distance but I was happy to see she wasn’t stubborn to a fault and she was willing to admit what she felt for Gavin was different than what she normally felt. She didn’t want to find a connection with him but she didn’t try to delude herself once she realized it was there. Gavin was also a perfect hero and when I say perfect, I mean perfect. Some might say that’s a criticism but in this case I actually really enjoyed having a hero that supported is love interest 100 percent and was there for her from the beginning to the end of the book. Gavin was your quintessential protector hero but he never wanted prevent Grace from doing her job. I loved his confidence in her as an FBI profiler and a strong woman. He never once hesitated to stay behind and let Grace chase their killer because he knew she was a professional and could do her job. On top of all that Gavin was also incredibly charming and I loved his suave but slightly dorky personality. Overall, I really enjoyed this read and I can’t wait to get the next one that comes out.
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