Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Short & Tweetish Review #7 Deep Dark by Laura Griffin

I'm back to doing a Short & Tweetish Review (There's no way I can keep it to 140 characters!).  This style of reviewing was introduced to me by Mary@The Book Swarm  and Karen's @For What It's Worth

Deep Dark (Tracers #10) by Laura Griffin
Publisher: Pocket Books
Publication date: May 24th 2016
My rating:  4 stars Amazon | B&N | TBD | GRs


My Thoughts:

Loved the age difference and the opposites attract romance here!  Laney was only twenty-four and Reed thirty-eight, but they had instant chemistry and attraction.  Laney was a young, edgy computer genius, with pink highlights, not Reed’s usual type. Reed is a conventional clean-cut cop and definitely not Laney’s usual type, either, but, boy, Reed was very male in the best way possible, and they just clicked together!



As for the mystery, I was keep guessing and on the edge of my seat with lots of revelations, danger and twists! I loved all the crime procedural bits, and piecing together all the clues, technical and otherwise. The technical aspects, computer/software details seemed very well researched and cutting-edge.  Laura Griffin is writes top-notch mystery/romantic suspense and I plan on adding all her backlist to my TBR.
 

12 comments:

  1. I'm so glad you enjoyed this book, Rachel! It is one of my favorites this year - I just love this author!

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  2. Nice review! Glad you liked this one. The mystery aspect of it sounds really well done.

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  3. Yay, I love a good opposites attract romance! Plus, I've never been one to be put off a romance because of age differences. Well, at least in books, anyway. xD Even better that there's a compelling mystery! Love the idea of a Tweet style review. :)

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  4. I love the age difference as well. I can only imagine the banter that went on. This sounds so good, Rachel! Adding...

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  5. The characters sound amazing. I love opposites attract, and their age gap makes me want to read it. Nice review!

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  6. I love when a mystery and a romance just click perfectly! Great mini-review, Rachel--adding this to my TBR!

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  7. I have only just heard of this book and it sounds great! Love you tweeting reviews! :)

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  8. Ohh this book seems to have everything I love! And with my short attention span these days, I really need something this exciting.

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  9. Great review Rachel! I just bought the first few in this series and I can't wait to start them!

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  10. I don't read nearly enough mystery books! I'm glad you enjoyed this one, Rachel. Wonderful tweetish review! =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

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  11. Lovely review Rachel :D So glad you liked this one. <3 YAY! Not for me. The age thing is so not my thing, ack o.O But so glad you liked it lots :) Hugs. <3

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  12. The age difference is certainly not something done often in fiction nowadays, so naturally draws me in :) Pavlovian reaction, if ever there was one :P Love the concise review!

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