This was a good story but not a favorite. Not a very good lead-off for something to do with a favorite author.
I’ve read many of her books and have positive thoughts whenever I see her name come up. But the truth is, not every book written is going to be the author’s best one. It wasn’t all bad though, really.
Vanished in the Night (Wrangler’s Corner Book 6) is the book in question.
The Amazon quote is really short so I’ll use it.
After saving Kaylee Martin from abduction and delivering her baby boy on the side of the road, Dr. Joshua Crawford can’t get them out of his mind.
Unfortunately, neither can Kaylee’s violent stalker. He’ll stop at nothing to get to the new mom and her child. Can Joshua keep them safe so they can become the family he’s dreamed about?
It was a good story, when I stop and reflect honestly. It was well put together and had new and interesting twists and turns. I mean they weren’t entirely new, it was the variations that were new and fresh.
I enjoyed the characters. They were well developed and not always as they seemed. Which was good for the advancement of the story.
So, I enjoyed the read. Mostly. There was one just one frustrating element. I know it happens in real life. We get lost in our heads, fixated on certain aspects that we worry to death. It works in real life but in a book it’s annoying, reading the same pieces of information over and over. It’s OK to reflect real life, but it pays to look at things from a reader’s perspective, to avoid frustrating them.
Overall, I liked the book and Lynette Eason is not in any danger of removal from my favorite authors list.
Now that I’ve said my piece I can figure out what I’d like to read next.