Flash novel
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  • The ending is interesting to read and the format of this book is different too - instead of just going back and forth between the male and female protagonists, some of the book is from the point of view of the bad guy without revealing who the antagonist is, so that's a bit more interesting, although it doesn't really help the flow of the romance part of the novel
  • While I enjoyed the writing the first time I read it, it's not the kind of book you can read many times, over and over again - it's a bit obvious once you read the ending - that's the problem with mystery type novels

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      Flash, by Jayne Ann Krentz, is really very similar to her other books, down to the family dynamics being very similar to Trust Me. We have a woman who is very business smart and very loyal to her family, and we have a man who doesn’t know how to relate to people but finds himself in a relationship with the woman, and in an unrelated turn of events, taking care of

      two boys. It’s very familiar which is actually good because I did enjoy the other books.

      Still, the secondary characters are a bit different and the story is still quite fun to read. The ending is interesting to read and the format of this book is different too - instead of just going back and forth between the male and female protagonists, some of the book is from the point of ...


      • view of the “bad guy” without revealing who the antagonist is, so that’s a bit more interesting, although it doesn’t really help the flow of the romance part of the novel. There is a lot of business stuff in this book, because they are in a business together. I didn’t find the business part all that realistic, but maybe that’s how business is done?

        While I enjoyed the writing the first time

        I read it, it’s not the kind of book you can read many times, over and over again - it’s a bit obvious once you read the ending - that’s the problem with mystery type novels. (So much of the appeal of the book is the whodunnit). It is a pretty satisfying ending, and it is a bit different from her other books (although of course they all live happily ever after).




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