Amara Alvarez was awesome.
I found that when a good male author writes a female character, I like them a lot more than ones written by female authors. Why is that?
Anyway. This book was well done. I really had a blast reading through it and wondering what was going to happen next. I loved the relationships that Amara had with her coworkers and the way they related to each other. I loved the fact that there wasn’t actually a romantic thread as a major part of the plot, which happens in way too many suspense stories. That’s actually why I like stories by male authors. The romance aspect is so much more neutral and controlled.
The plotline was awesome. I found myself drawn into the case with Amara, until I had no doubt it wasn’t an accident and needed answers. About half way in I groaned and wondered if it was going to be similar to Collateral Damage by Eason, who’s a review on this book is on the back cover. I did not enjoy Collateral Damage in the least, and I was very glad to know that this one did not relate in the way that threw me off. I really enjoyed Collision of Lies.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for posting a review. A positive review was not required and all opinions are my own.
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