Unfortunately I was slightly disappointed in this one…
The characters were blaaaaaaaaaand. Jack had NOTHING interesting about him. At all. He was as cliche as suspense boyfriends come except it felt like they didn’t even bother adding the cliche details. It was more like “you know what these types are like. The end.”
Brynn was slightly more interesting, but she felt like the shallow part of Natalie’s three previous female MCs.
The president was a female which… was honestly disappointing. I’m not against gender equality, but I believe the Bible calls men to be the leaders in the home, in the church, and in the country.
Kekoa was the only character that stood out, and he was a SIDE CHARACTER. * yells in frustration *
Just remember the four Hs. Hunky, Hilarious, Hacker Hawaiian.
The plot was basically the saving grace of this book. It was complex and dynamic, and it kept you asking questions. I liked the way it tied in so many complicated parts. The ending, however, was almost too simple for me. Because the problem got so complex, the solution had to be pretty point blank easy. And it was. I got kinda bored finishing it.
There’s not much content to speak of. No sensual/sexual content. There were a few kisses but very simple and non-elaborated. And it was towards the very end.
There was some violence and a couple graphic scenes, but it didn’t bother me. If you read suspense normally, this won’t be anything more than you can handle.
I’m so SAAAAD. I had such high expectations for this book because I LOVED Natalie’s Harbor Secrets trilogy! But this one was just a flop for me.
Thanks to Revell and the author for a free copy of this book. A positive review was not required and all opinions were my own.