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Caught In The Middle Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Five-time RITA finalist and RITA award winner Gayle Wilson has written almost thirty novels and novellas for Harlequin/Silhouette. A former high school English and world history teacher of gifted students, she writes historical fiction set in the English Regency period and contemporary romantic suspense. She has won more than 40 awards and nominations for her work. Recent recognitions include the Daphne du Maurier Award for the Best Historical of 2000 for MY LADY'S DARE. MY LADY'S DARE also won the 2000 Shining Star as the overall winner in the Sooner Area Romance Writers Rising Star Awards. Her 2000 Intrigue, RENEGADE HEART, was a finalist in the prestigious Romance Writers of America's RITA awards for Best Romantic Suspense, a category in which Gayle has been a finalist for the last three years. Another of her Intrigues, THE BRIDE'S PROTECTOR, won the RITA for the Best Romantic Suspense novel of 1999. Gayle still lives in Alabama, where she was born, with her husband of 33 years and an ever-growing menagerie of beloved pets. She has one son, who is also a teacher of gifted students. Gayle loves to hear from readers.--This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
- ASIN : B00TI2911A
- Publisher : Mills & Boon Love Inspired (1 August 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 773 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 201 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,790,025 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Merry hit all my pet peeves. It's full of great lines like "How did you know it was my car? Because you have Merry on your license plate." It would have been better if she had been written as a teenager (or college intern) instead. Supposedly she was a college grad working as a newspaper but is happy being Brenda Starr, girl reporter. Not being up to date on my 1950s comics, I had to google that one. She is perfectly ok throwing temper tantrums frequently. Her descriptions are always "testily", "petulently" and she "scowls" and "glares" so often it's impossible to envision her as a woman in her 20s. In true Lois Lane style, she rushes off to meet the bad guy flashlight in hand, totally expecting one of the men in the town to rescue her. There are no developed characters. There is her younger brother Sam who informs her of when guys are using her. Her boyfriend Jack who doesn't want to get married but is suppose to be controlling though we see nothing of this. She has a boss at the paper, and 2 coworkers, one who is dumber than Merry herself. A cop who is perfectly ok letting Merry do whatever she wants during his steakouts and the new love interest who is only described as "nice Christian boy" complete the characters. The new boyfriend seems to share every characteristic with her old boyfriend and I bet if you read the series guys are interchanagable (or in the next book he proposes because they've been dating 2 weeks and he is ready). The book is filled with Bible quotes.
Between the villian crying in a cubbyhole and the bad guy being obvious from page 15, it was cliche and nearly boring. I wish this book was better described by Amazon as a children's book. However I think a tween would greatly enjoy it. The characters are on their level, the writing is easy with just a couple big words, the heronine is very black/white and tries to be good, plus the religious aspect. All in all a good read for that age group. No climax so nothing scary for young readers. Sweet and simple.