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    OK read

    I have to say that this one was a bit of a tough read for me. There is just so much going on past and present, so many characters to keep track of, and it seemed to jump around so much that I felt lost at times. You definitely don't want to read this one unless you have read the first in the series. I read the first book and there were points in the story where I was a bit clueless. It's not a bad read, it has a very interesting storyline dealing with amnesia and all the angst that situation can cause. Just pick this one up when you have quiet time to read and you can really focus on the story without interruption.
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    Not a true stand alone

    This is one of those times when not reading the first book in a series might have been a detriment. Walker does a good job of filling readers in on the pertinent details of what happened but I think that there are some nuances that are missed. Actually, I have no idea how much of an overflow there is between the two, I’m just guessing based on how much of book 2 I think will impact book 3 and how much I felt like I was missing having only read this book. And I’m warning you now that not everything is wrapped up nicely – it is going to be a requirement to read the next book in order to continue some of the plot lines. There’s an unsolved mystery as well as the next romance, which has already been introduced. The relationship between Hannah and Brannon is addressed completely, though, and very enjoyably. We start the book with Brannon finding out about Hannah’s accident and his realization of how much she means to him. But her amnesia, and the possibility that someone wants her dead, leaves him with a whole mess of complications. And as someone who doesn’t do relationships he’s not really set-up to handle it well :) The threat to Hannah takes up a good portion of the story (and, again, it isn’t resolved so be prepared to read more than this book) but Walker doesn’t ignore their romantic troubles. All of it is blended together very well and none of it feels short-changed. The mystery is vague, with Walker giving you just enough to have you guessing. And since it is unsolved you do feel a little lost at the end as you wait for the next story. But because we get Gideon & Moira’s voices here with a look into their history, that’s going to bring you back for The Right Kind of Trouble as much as finding out who the bad guy is. Wow, those two have a lot of hurts to handle :) (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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