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FROM DARKNESSAND LIGHTSomeone is leaving a trail of bodies throughout London, and Detective Anthony Parglietto is determined to end the violence. Then he’ll return to the man he loves.Tough, street-savvy, and used to dealing with lowlifes, Flynn Parker is the last person Anthony thinks he has to protect. Then the Bow-Tie Killer strikes close to home and the world turns upsFROM DARKNESSAND LIGHTSomeone is leaving a trail of bodies throughout London, and Detective Anthony Parglietto is determined to end the violence. Then he’ll return to the man he loves.Tough, street-savvy, and used to dealing with lowlifes, Flynn Parker is the last person Anthony thinks he has to protect. Then the Bow-Tie Killer strikes close to home and the world turns upside down. Right is wrong, black is white, and a policeman might become a monster. But in the name of love, justice must be served. In the name of love, pain can be endured. In the name of love, a man can taste the very essence that defines him....

Title : Love and Punishment
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ISBN : 9781941260449
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Number of Pages : 261 Pages
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Love and Punishment Reviews

  • Tina
    2019-03-25 04:41

    In Love And Punishment you get it all: Suspense, angst, romance, hot men sex... It's brilliant, entertaining written and without a doubt a book you don’t want to put down.Highly recommended to fans of mystery and m/m romance. Please let it be the first book of a series!

  • JustJen
    2019-04-12 03:50

    A review by The Blogger Girls.I can always count on it, and, once again, here is another solid offering from Ms. Mac Nicol. I love that her books all seem to take a different direction, yet each one is as fullfilling as the last.This starts off running with reporter, Flynn, having been taken hostage by the notorious Bow-Tie Killer (“BTK”). Flynn had made comments about wanting to tell BTK’s story, and to get back at the lead detective on the case, Anthony (Flynn’s lover), who the BTK saw as smug and arrogant, BTK decided to hit Anthony where it would hurt the most.Flynn is released, but his torment does not end there. BTK has him under his thumb and holds those he cares about as collateral in order to manipulate Flynn. Anthony wants to help Flynn, wants to seek justice, and now, BTK has made it extremely personal.BTK is one heck of a psycho killer. I loved that we got to see things from his perspective, both as the psycho killer and that of a psycho killer’s double life as a “normal” person in an actual relationship setting. It is difficult to comprehend, but so very interesting to see things from this double angle.There is so much going on in this story, between BTK and Flynn, Anthony and Flynn, Anthony and his desparation to find and eliminate BTK, Flynn’s ex, Kieren, everthing is woven together with threads that keep you in suspense and on the edge of your seat. I really enjoyed how this story played out – so many emotions and angst and psychological thrillery.If you are looking for a powerful, angsty, psychologicall thriller with a side of smexy love and hot sex, be sure to give this one a try. If you are looking for something sweeter, don’t hesitate to give some of Ms. Mac Nicol’s other books a closer look, as her various books really do offer a little something for everyone.

  • Debra
    2019-03-21 03:51

    I enjoyed this book, which wasted no time getting to the action. With equal weight given to the crime plot (including POV from the bad guy) and relationship, I didn't feel cheated out of either story line. We know from early on who the killer is, so this isn't so much a whodunnit as it is a psychological thriller with a serial killer, BTK, that appears to have a personal vendetta against Detective Tony Parglietto and is willing to use Tony's boyfriend, newspaper reporter Flynn, to get his message across. The two MC's acted like grown ups for the most part which is always appreciated, without overwrought drama and there is a good supporting cast of secondary characters. Just a word of warning, the killer is a brutal psychopath and the crime scene descriptions and some on page torture may be a bit much for squeamish readers.

  • Joyfully Jay
    2019-03-29 09:58

    A Joyfully Jay review. 5 starsI had reservations about enjoying a crime thriller, especially when the remainder of Mac Nicol’s novels are emotionally charged romances. But OMG, I was not prepared for Love and Punishment to hit me so hard! Mac Nicol does not pull any punches when it comes to her graphic descriptions, and her characterizations are fascinating and all-consuming.The reader is immediately thrown into the chaos as Flynn’s abduction takes place in the first chapter. We learn about the killer through their conversation, but we may as well be wearing Flynn’s blindfold because we are unable to identify who this man is. Mac Nicol does ensure that the reader gains a very real sense of the danger Flynn is in and the coldness of the man known as BTK.Love and Punishment‘s beginning not only gives us the story’s background, but introduces Flynn and Anthony as an established couple. The reader also glimpses Flynn’s bravery and determination, as well as Anthony’s stubbornness and devotion to his partner. Despite the violation that Flynn has suffered, the passion between him and Anthony is palpable and for them, sex is their harbor in the storm.Read Kirsty’s review in its entirety here.

  • Tina
    2019-03-23 10:51

    Susan Mac Nicol has another winner in Love and Punishment. It's a story about a hot alpha cop and his lover getting mixed up with a serial killer. What more could a girl want? The "Bow-Tie Killer", so named by the press because he ties a bow around his victims' necks is killing a wide variety of people around London. There is no pattern to his victims and nothing that Detective Tony Parglietto can find to link them together. Tony has very clear-cut feelings about the individuals who commit this type of crime and he is not shy about sharing them privately or publicly. This brings him right into BTK's cross hairs. The killer wants someone to tell his story, to get to know him so people will know he isn't a monster, that he kills for a reason. He decides to use Flynn Parker, a newspaper reporter (do they even still exist?) who also happens to be Tony's lover. This only makes Tony more convinced that BTK is a monster and more determined than ever to hunt him down now that he has brought Flynn into the mix. I'm not sure how I feel about Ms. Mac Nicol's back and white distinctions at first. The way Tony sees things and people as good or bad with nothing between the ends of the spectrum. His police partner doesn't like it and it winds up causing quite a bit of trouble for Tony at work. His version of black and white eventually seems to mix somewhere in the middle to form some shades of gray when it is someone he loves and a friend who are involved. The transition was a slow and gentle one, not a bat to the reader's head and a moment of magical insight where Tony sees color for the first time!Love and Punishment. It really took me a few days after finishing the book to get the title. If I even do. It doesn't matter, it makes sense to me. Turns out that Flynn and Tony make a great team, both in bed and fighting the bad guy. I love their relationship, the warmth and genuine respect they have for each other. When Flynn betrays Tony's trust, Tony is hurt but is able to forgive when he finds out why and really thinks it through. It reads naturally, like a real couple would deal with a conflict. There was no packing and storming out for a month, there was no throwing of furniture or mother bashing, it was two mature men with differences of opinion dealing with those differences. It's a great feeling as a reader to be treated with respect enough to not need the drama to tell the story. Not that the drama is a bad thing. I love lots and lots of drama. Ms. Mac Nicol just handled it a little more low-key than many.I enjoyed this book. It kept me up late and I wanted to lick Tony all over. Guess that's as good a recommendation as any.

  • Faye
    2019-03-29 07:58

    OMG.. reading this has you feeling all sorts of emotions. The content of this for the murder scenes are not easy to read but I had to keep reading in case I miss a important clue. As bodies start adding you pray Anthony and his team to catch the bloody killer. This book I couldn't put down towards the ending and staying up past midnight to finish reading. The killer is reviled early in the book but his story is entwined into Anthony and Flynn and someone else who's important. . Ms Mac Nicol is amazing story teller. When Flynn was taken by The Bow Tie Killer as a taunt, is boyfriend and Police Detective Anthony was scared out of his wits for him. Flynn was released but as changed man after being traumatized by the attack..The killer had killed no of times which Flynn was following as his job being a reporter and had wanted to interview with him..he'd certainly gotten that... Anthony was terrified for Flynn they'd been seeing each other for 6 months..Anthony had an unsolved murder of his own brother, Marco over a year ago that's bugged him sadly. This story will definitely drawn you in if you love a good dramatic drama suspense story..

  • The Novel Approach Reviews
    2019-04-16 05:57

    Susan Mac Nicol has another winner in Love and Punishment. It’s a story about a hot alpha cop and his lover getting mixed up with a serial killer. What more could a girl want? The “Bow-Tie Killer”, so named by the press because he ties a bow around his victims’ necks, is killing a wide variety of people around London. There is no pattern to his victims and nothing that Detective Tony Parglietto can find to link them together. Tony has very clear-cut feelings about the individuals who commit this type of crime and he is not shy about sharing them privately or publicly. This brings him right into the BTK’s crosshairs.The killer wants someone to tell his story, to get to know him so people will know he isn’t a monster, that he kills for a reason. He decides to use Flynn Parker, a newspaper reporter who also happens to be Tony’s lover. This only makes Tony more convinced that the BTK is a monster, and more determined than ever to hunt him down now that he has brought Flynn into the mix.I’m not sure how I felt about Ms. Mac Nicol’s black and white distinctions at first, the way Tony sees things and people as good or bad, with nothing between the ends of the spectrum. His police partner doesn’t like it, and it winds up causing quite a bit of trouble for Tony at work. His version of black and white eventually seems to mix somewhere in the middle to form some shades of gray when it is someone he loves and a friend who are involved. The transition was a slow and gentle one, not a bat to the reader’s head and a moment of magical insight where Tony sees color for the first time!Love and Punishment: It really took me a few days after finishing the book to get the title, if I even do. It doesn’t matter, it makes sense to me. Turns out that Flynn and Tony make a great team, both in bed and fighting the bad guy. I love their relationship, the warmth and genuine respect they have for each other. When Flynn betrays Tony’s trust, Tony is hurt but is able to forgive when he finds out why and really thinks it through.It reads naturally, like a real couple would deal with a conflict. There was no packing and storming out for a month, there was no throwing of furniture or mother bashing, it was two mature men with differences of opinion dealing with those differences. It’s a great feeling as a reader to be treated with respect enough to not need the drama to tell the story. Not that the drama is a bad thing. I love lots and lots of drama. Ms. Mac Nicol just handled it a little more low-key than many.I enjoyed this book. It kept me up late, and I wanted to lick Tony all over. Guess that’s as good a recommendation as any.

  • Love Bytes Reviews
    2019-04-02 10:43

    4.5 star review by AmberThis was an unwanted, but very pleasant surprise. I picked this book up as a favor to help out another reviewer. I didn’t necessarily want it but I wanted to help, so I chose this one. Reading the blurb it pinged so many of my interests that I was very hopeful it’d be right up my alley. And I’m happy to say, it most definitely was! This book was fantastic, FAN FRIGGIN TASTIC!!!! The author is new to me; I believe she’s European so the story is set in England with a lot of English slang. I got a little lost at times but the story was so beautifully told I just went with it and it all made sense in time.Flynn Parker is in love with life! He has an amazingly hot police detective boyfriend, a thrilling job, and lots of good friends. It’s all going great until he’s kidnapped and sexually assaulted by the serial killer his boyfriend is currently hunting. He’s shocked when the serial killer releases him, letting him know the only reason he is being spared is because he wants him to tell his story. Flynn immediately goes to his boyfriend, Anthony. He sits through medical evals and lots of interviews to make sure they collect all the evidence they can. Flynn does a good job at moving on with his life after his attack but he’s always on edge not knowing what could happen next.Anthony Parglietto has been a cop for his whole adult life. Protecting and serving is all he knows. His current case, a sadistic serial killer with no MO is weighing heavily on him. Especially after the killer kidnaps the man he loves and then releases him as a taunt. For very personal reasons, aside from the kidnapping of his boyfriend he’s taken this case very personal and knows he needs to be the one to catch this killer.After meeting with an informant someone who becomes very important towards the end they might be able to break this case and catch the killer.I don’t want to give it all away especially due to all the twist and turn and the gut wrenching suspense but this book had me on the edge of my seat. I really enjoyed everything about it. The supporting cast seemed pretty important so it’d be nice if there was a sequel that delved more into those characters.Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was pretty fantastic. Very suspenseful and the mystery kept me guessing. Absolutely recommend!!A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review. Please visit www.lovebytesreviews.com to see this and many more reviews, author interviews, guestposts and giveaways!

  • Joanne Swinney
    2019-03-25 08:04

    My rolling pin is now in the bin. Why you ask? Well you seriously need to read to find out.This book was a little bit on the dark side but had a great story. I'm so used to boy meets girl or boy meets boy and live happily ever after that this book shocked me but in a good way. I could not put it down.Anthony is a police detective and very good at his job. He has a very protective nature, extremely good looking and he's Italian. YUMMY!!The man in Anthony's life is called Flynn another hottie. He's a journalist and they are both completely in love with each other.When a huge case that Anthony is working on starts to affect his personal life things go from bad to worse. There is a killer on the loose and Flynn is in danger. Anthony will do everything he can to protect him and his friends.People have lots of different views on the right course of punishment to fit each crime. Many believing in the justice system like Anthony's partner at work Rupert. He reminds me of a bible basher, people that constantly preach.However Anthony has his own views and it's no secret what he'd like to see happen to these monsters that commit serious, disturbing and hateful crimes and I have to say I agree with Anthony.There are quite a few characters in this book that I'd love to hear more about like Flynn's ex boyfriend Kieran and their new friend Marshall. Both very loveable characters. Overall this book was outstanding because the story was gripping. The research that writers need to do in order to give the reader the best account possible did not go unnoticed in this book.Had to be 5 rolling stars, pun intended. I highly recommend this book to readers that love the M/M Genre but also love a gripping story.Warning does contain scenes of abusive violence.Once again I thank you Author Susan Mac Nicol for taking me on a journey of love, life and a serious killing spree.

  • Inked Reads
    2019-04-04 08:55

    Love and Punishment was a book that I loved right from the start. I am a sucker for a good murder story and Susan did not disappoint; she pulls the reader in right from the start.The characters were well developed as individuals and as couples and really allowed the reader to sympathize with each character. I really felt part of Flynn and Anthony's relationship. They were so in love and the reader could see how much they cared for each other. As for the relationship that was between the killer and his lover, Susan did a great job with showing the love of this relationship, despite how twisted it was. Susan definitely has a twisted sense - because man, can she murder someone! It was sick, twisted, devious and awesome all wrapped up in this amazing story.Susan develops a good crime solving novel with intrigue and enough hard headed characters to make the story in-depth without going too far. It shows the inner office politics of a police unit, the close relationships amongst the lovers and pulls in past relationships of some characters in order to fully tell the story.There was plenty of angst and steamy scenes, there was great character development and in the end, everything came together in a very well planned conclusion.There were only a few criticisms. Having a Kindle - with the way the chapters are formatted, it makes it impossible to navigate the book easily. Also, the author uses the word "oriental" to describe a person of Asian nationality. That word is somewhat antiquated and doesn't seem to fit - it makes me think of a rug, not a person. Finally, Susan also uses the word "Jap" when referring to some script and that also seems a little derogatory and unnecessary to the story. She could have easily used the word Japanese and it would not have changed what, I believe, she was trying to convey.Overall, I loved the book and hope the story continues.I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.AvidReader

  • Pamela Ebeler
    2019-03-27 09:58

    Love and Punishment is another gripping read by Susan Mac Nicol.This book is filled with suspense, love, and yes - fear. From the very beginning, you are pulled into the world of Anthony and Flynn and even the Bow Tie Killer (BTK). Yes, in this story, you get to read the bad guys POV, it was such a compelling book that I couldn't put it down. The joys of reading Susan Mac Nicol's books is that they are not your typical read...they are filled with angst, love, and some really hot guys.Anthony is a detective, he is not shy about his pov on the BTK, he wants justice and while some might not agree with his beliefs - he stands by them. Anthony has lost his brother, and if he can't find justice in that killing, nothing will stop him from finding and stopping the BTK.Flynn is a reporter, he has voiced his wishes to tell BTK's story, which puts him in the line of danger. When Flynn meets BTK, he is threatened and he will do what he needs to do to protect those who are important to him.BTK is smart, and dangerous. He walks among us, and no one has any clue just how dangerous he is. He is able to put on his "mask" and leave no one being the wiser as to who the monster behind the mask is.The secondary characters in this story are so loveable, that I wasn't able to stop myself from yelling at them, trying to get them to figure out who was who before it was too late. I can say that Susan has a fan in this reader, has for a while, but with the way this woman writes...I can't wait to see what is next.

  • M.A.
    2019-03-30 09:05

    Manic Monday ReviewNow that’s how you get the reader’s attention, lol. Right off the bat the author throws you into the action.Flynn, a reporter, makes a very unwise statement to the press. He tells the serial killer, named the Bow Tie Killer (BTK), he wants to tell his story. Well, get certainly gets the killer’s attention. BTK abducts Flynn. The killer doesn’t physically hurt Flynn, but he scares the crap out of him, that’s for sure. Seriously, that part will make you hair stand on end. Well, after having a little talk with Flynn, the killer lets Flynn go. Then the scary stuff starts: BTK starts sending messages to Flynn about himself and tells Flynn he can’t tell his lover.Want to guess who the lover is, lol?Detective Anthony Parglietto is in charge of the case. And yup, you got it! He’s Flynn’s lover. Once BTK abducts Flynn, Anthony is a man possessed. He’s determined to bring the killer justice. Problem is, Anthony’s idea of justice doesn’t necessarily fit with the law… and his fellow cops.This is one of the best books I’ve read in a while. The pacing is excellent. It’s suspenseful and keeps you turning the pages wanting to know more. While the story revolves around a killer and finding him, the relationship between Flynn and Anthony is just as important. It plays an important part in the story. So, we get an excellent murder mystery and a love story. It’s worth the money.

  • Cathy Brockman
    2019-04-20 11:52

    Flynn is a reporter and made a statement to the press telling a serial killer labelled the Bow Tie Killer (BTK) that he wanted to tell his story. He finds himself abducted and terrorized by the killer.Anthony is the detective in charge of the case and Flynn’s lover. After Flynn’s abduction, he is more determined than ever to find this killer. Anthony’s views of justice are not widely received on the force and this causes conflict with his new partner because Anthony feels if the killer isn’t dead he will get out and continue his death tolls.As you can see there is a lot of suspense going on here. There are other key characters as well, we have Kieren, Flynn’s ex-lover, several people on the force, and there are others as well. Every single character is well written and intriguing. This is a very powerful, angsty, psychological thriller full of emotion, chilling suspense and really hot sex. I will warn you it’s not for the squeamish, there is violence and rape. Don’t read this right after eating. Also, be sure to set enough time once you start reading you won’t want to put it down. It is a real page-turner.One thing I really loved was that we actually meet the murder and part of the story is told in his and his current boyfriends view. I found this a very intriguing concept.* I received a copy of this book free-of-charge from MMgoodbookreviews http://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/ in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own*

  • Alina Popescu
    2019-04-01 10:48

    I’d give this book all the stars in the world. I loved the criminal investigation, the reporter following a serial killer and ending up taunting them, the relationship between Anthony and Flynn, and the story line following the serial killer and his day to day life.Reading this felt like watching one of my favorite shows or movies on TV. It probably helps that I am a big Criminal Minds, CSI (except Miami), Bones….. anything where baddies are brought to justice fan.The guilt over not being able to solve his brother’s murder, his open views about what a human being is and what isn’t one, his deep love and protectiveness towards Flynn, all of this made Anthony an amazing character to watch. Perfect with his imperfection, and surprising even when he acts exactly how you’d expect him to. The same is true of Flynn, he’s real, and you can’t help but love him, even when you want to scream at him.Love and Punishment starts by making you grip your kindle and not put it down, it jumps right into the heart of the action and after that, much like the characters, all you can do is read on and try and adjust as you go, hoping for the best. I loved every minute of it and I can’t wait for more from Susan!

  • Iyana Jenna
    2019-04-14 09:58

    I loved Susan Mac Nicol’s book, Saving Alexander, and I couldn’t wait for her new books. Saving Alexander made me thrilled and Susan’s new book, Love and Punishment, excelled in thrill as well. I always love characters who need protecting and in this book it’s Flynn Parker, Anthony Parglietto’s boyfriend. Parker’s misery and angst, man, I feel like a monster feeding from those. But whether you like the protected, the protector, or even the antagonist, all characters in this book felt so real to me. It’s like watching a movie. That quality is always there in Susan’s stories.Story-wise, Susan did a great job weaving the plot. I thought I knew the bad guy already but in fact I didn’t really, not until near the climax of the story. I didn’t try to guess who it was because whoever the bad guy is, he is so mean and evil. To me the point is not who, but how he can be defeated. And Susan managed to give a twist for that.I loved this story. I wish someone would make a movie out of this book someday. There’s only one thing I wish it were different and it has something to do with Flynn.

  • figuranta❤️addicted❤️to❤️books❤️
    2019-04-03 10:55

    4 StarsLove and punishment is my first book i read from SMC and i have to say i enjoy it. Even if i heard of her books i didn't read any till now and i must say it won't be the last. As much as i enjoyed this book i hv to say were many moments where i was really frustarted with the characters but in the same time intrigued with the plot as well. One thing what disappoint me the most was that i guessed who was the killer from the first moment when he appeared in the book but i am kind of used to this till now cuz i do that with many other books. Overall this was a enjoyble read and i def recommend it.

  • Christine
    2019-03-27 07:53

    Wow Susan you have done it again what a great read you had me captivated with the serial killer storyline intertwined with the romance and not to mention the HOT sex! I felt like I was watching one of my beloved English murder mysteries Prime suspect, Wire in the blood etc Cannot wait to read more from you!

  • multitaskingmomma
    2019-04-07 09:49

    Leap on over to multitaskingmommas Book Reviews and check out Guest Bloggermomma: Susan Mac Nicol Interview and eARC Review: For Love and PunishmentAll I can hint is: it is FAN - FREAKING- TASTIC!!!!!

  • AliciaJ
    2019-03-21 12:10

    It wasn't my favorite of her books, but it wasn't too bad. I got a bit bored by the bad guy, he just seemed too stereotypical. In fact, the whole story felt a bit formulaic, but it wasn't so annoying that I couldn't finish the book.

  • Paula
    2019-04-14 09:03

    I loved this book, nothing was obvious in the plot which I enjoy. I loved Anthony and Flynn equally I think, well one minute I love one more than the other then it switches again, I've now decided I shouldn't have favourites!

  • Coni
    2019-04-05 03:52

    4.5 Stars

  • May
    2019-04-14 07:45

    Stalkers mixed in with your romance? This is it!

  • *~*~*Kael*~*~*
    2019-03-24 05:55

    Need to think about the rating :-). I'll rate in a couple of days.

  • Awilk -never sleeps-
    2019-04-07 05:55

    This author just gets better and better.

  • Andrea
    2019-04-19 11:51

    I love the variety of this author's stories and the high quality of her writing. Good balance of story and sex with story being the most prominent.

  • Linda-Grace
    2019-03-26 07:57

    Brilliant but gory

  • Denise White
    2019-03-26 03:51

    This book was AWSOME ... I loved the plot and all the characters.. It ended on a good believable note as well .. Highly recommend anything this author rights !!!

  • Colette
    2019-04-07 07:10

    Ok, but not my favorite

  • Kelly H. (Maybedog)
    2019-04-19 05:05

    4.5 stars Starts off with a bang!It's cool that a very fat man is a respected character. Sticking anything inside a person without their permission is rape by definition, even "just" fingers. Oh this peril is great!A postal truck would only be inconspicuous during the day. At night when there isn't any post to deliver, it would be quite the opposite, especially since it's red!The suspense would be a lot better if we didn't know who the killer was. I agree he should be off the case not because I don't trust him but because of the repercussions in court. I don't personally agree with his views but they're irrelevant as long as he follows the law.They wouldn't have had that argument in front of the witness. They would have left the room. You can't safely put a wire on someone (view spoiler)[going home to his highly sexed lover (hide spoiler)]. That bit of it and how (view spoiler)[the villain never found the wire (hide spoiler)] was rather contrived.A mike would be able to pick up (view spoiler)[screams even through wadded up sheets and blankets (hide spoiler)]. I like that the characters weren't all black and white, for example, that the sanctimonious partner was pissed off at a homophobe. The climax would have been stronger if it had been both MCs involved (view spoiler)[and not a separate victim (hide spoiler)]. There was a bedside vigil but not really any fear of death. Still, I love a good hospital scene so I'll take it. Okay, (view spoiler)[the killer is dead (hide spoiler)] but there are still several more chapters...They are speaking way too openly about (view spoiler)[what really happened when they could go to prison for it (hide spoiler)]. I like when books take into account the repercussions of actions taken during the climactic scene, but this went on way too long and included more than just that. I also don't like where it ended. The last two chapters should have been switched. In a romance novel, both MCs should be in the last chapter. I think they should both be in the last scene. At the very least, if one isn't there, the other should be thinking about him. (BTW, that cover is terrible for a thriller, with a grinning guy on the front.)

  • Lily
    2019-03-28 04:52

    3.5 stars