I do like this series, but I have to say that it gets too be too much of the same thing. I like where the story is going, but the relationship between Michael and Charlie is the same as the other books and tends to get boring. The basic story about the FBI and others trying to stop a serial killer keeps you turning the pages. I am looking forward to the last book to see where everyone ends up.
My new favorite author! I loved this book!!!
He's beautiful, she's beautiful and the author is careful to point this out over and over and over again to the point of nausea. If there was a drinking game where you'd take a sip whenever looks were expounded upon, you'd be drunk before the end of chapter 2.
Beyond that, there is very little, if any, character development from the first book. The main characters are still out there doing their beautiful best, and the 'ghost' element is intriguing as is the identity of the killer (though the language skills of one of the agents at a crucial moment is extremely convenient and unlikely), but the relationship of Charlie and Micheal hasn't changed since the first book and appears firmly embedded in the physical as they keep sniping at each other whilst gifting each other with lustful gazes. They are given the appearance of caring about each other but I can't see why beyond the physical attraction.
The hunt for the killer is interesting, and I do quite enjoy the supernatural element, so, not a bad sequel if you can look beyond the Halequin-esque elements, and if that sort of thing floats your boat, then you'll likely really enjoy this book :)
Love it,specally when the author (Karen robards) puts Charlie on how garland stays with her, also love the end I thought that she was goin to stays dead, then the book would be of fantasy..jeje cant' wait to read her last whisper!
Really stupid book. I could not even finish reading it. Not up to her usual standards.
Have been a fan of Robards for a long while. Love this book. It is not silly.
I loved this book as much as the first one. Look forward to book three.
This book was not up to the standard I expect from Robards. It was trite and silly. The first in the series was ok. I won't be reading the next one.
If you're already a fan of the first book in this series, you'll probably enjoy this outing. Dr. Charlotte Stone is a psychiatrist with a special interest in serial killers. She can also...excuse this ...see dead people. Ghosts in limbo communicate with her until they are drawn into the light. When a killer named the Gingerbread Man enters her life, she joins the FBI as they try to identify him & stop the horrific methods he uses to get rid of his victims.
At her back is Michael, the ghost of a man who was convicted of murdering 7 women. He also happens to be tall, dark & handsome although a bit transparent at times.
There is a manhunt, dangerous situations & moments of romance leading to a resolution that leaves the door open for a sequel. You'll figure out who the bad guy is before you get there.
This book wants to be a thriller & a romance but the mystery side of the plot is weak with conclusions being reached with little evidence & moments that lack credibility. It's background for what is really a
paranormal romance so if that's your cup of tea, enjoy.
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