Twist on a common whodunit
The opening was intriguing, with colorful characters brought to life by the skill of the writing. I enjoyed the banter between them...for a while. I'll get back to that.
The oddities bothered me
First off, it wasn't poorly written, but it was the writing style that annoyed me somewhat.
Not a bad book, but...
...there were some things that really annoyed me when I was reading it.
Weird Writing Style
First, the formatting in which the dialogue is part of the paragraphs.
A lot happening, but...
...the author did a good job making it all cohesive.
I didn't quite know what to make of this.
Book Cover Amazing
The writing atrocious.
Plot good but...
...the way it was written was weird.
Positives and Negatives...
...which is why the 3 stars
Interesting But Rushed
A typical near-first-meeting romance but with a little more involved story with Silas and his step-brother.
I wrote a review demonstrating how terrible this book was written, but Amazon rejected the initial review because I used an abbreviation of the foul language used in the book. So, here I go again with a less detailed review.
A Bit Confusing
Maybe it's the fact that there are four sections broken down into more lengthy sections to explain the characters from each dynamic and a fifth section to quickly summarize the previous book.
Shorter Story Than You Think
Even though the ebook is only 46 pages, the last 18 pages are a sneak peak at another of the author's works. So, this is really a short story.
Two business partners. One murdered, the other accused and on the run. An explosive opening moves to a slow burn that builds until you are fairly chomping at the bit to reach the end.
I Wasn't Certain...
...how to put everything down succinctly about this book because there are just way too many issues that need addressing before this can be a book worth reading. Where to start?
No biting to transform into a Vampire in this book, rather the main character, Cole Sterling - a military doctor during the 1918 conflict with Germany - is transformed through a vile of blood injected when he's near death.
Easily 4 Stars with a Few Adjustments
The synopsis is difficult to flesh out.