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Haunted and obsessed . . . She sleeps with a Colt Python in her nightstand and her senses on alert—Jessica Beckett isn't taking any chances. Hiding a chilling secret, living in a world of snitches and felons, good cops and bad dreams, Jessica is a bounty hunter who brings lowlifes to justice. But not even she can imagine what she'll face when she tracks an online predator w Haunted and obsessed . . . She sleeps with a Colt Python in her nightstand and her senses on alert—Jessica Beckett isn't taking any chances. Hiding a chilling secret, living in a world of snitches and felons, good cops and bad dreams, Jessica is a bounty hunter who brings lowlifes to justice. But not even she can imagine what she'll face when she tracks an online predator who has abducted a naïve teenage girl. Making promises that can't be kept Former NFL quarterback Payton Archer swore to his sister that he'd find her only child. But the police have no leads, and the teen's trail has turned cold. Plagued by personal demons, Payton's never considered himself a hero, but this time he has to be. And fighting a faceless enemy Joining forces to save the seventeen-year-old girl, Payton and Jessica discover that she's nothing but a pawn in an insidious, terrifying global conspiracy. They're battling a new kind of criminal . . . and soon their race for answers will become a dangerous struggle for survival.


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Haunted and obsessed . . . She sleeps with a Colt Python in her nightstand and her senses on alert—Jessica Beckett isn't taking any chances. Hiding a chilling secret, living in a world of snitches and felons, good cops and bad dreams, Jessica is a bounty hunter who brings lowlifes to justice. But not even she can imagine what she'll face when she tracks an online predator w Haunted and obsessed . . . She sleeps with a Colt Python in her nightstand and her senses on alert—Jessica Beckett isn't taking any chances. Hiding a chilling secret, living in a world of snitches and felons, good cops and bad dreams, Jessica is a bounty hunter who brings lowlifes to justice. But not even she can imagine what she'll face when she tracks an online predator who has abducted a naïve teenage girl. Making promises that can't be kept Former NFL quarterback Payton Archer swore to his sister that he'd find her only child. But the police have no leads, and the teen's trail has turned cold. Plagued by personal demons, Payton's never considered himself a hero, but this time he has to be. And fighting a faceless enemy Joining forces to save the seventeen-year-old girl, Payton and Jessica discover that she's nothing but a pawn in an insidious, terrifying global conspiracy. They're battling a new kind of criminal . . . and soon their race for answers will become a dangerous struggle for survival.

58 review for Evil Without a Face

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Spencer

    This thriller features a freelancing bounty hunter heroine (a tough,serious one, not Stephanie Plum) and a multi-threaded plot involving a human trafficking ring. It sounded like it could be an interesting, good read. However, I gave up about 80 pages in because I just could not get into it. Something about the writing style felt a little heavy on the telling vs. showing, and my mind kept wandering.

  2. 5 out of 5

    R-Cee*Jay

    Thoroughly enjoyed this, can't wait for the next one! Thoroughly enjoyed this, can't wait for the next one!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pamela(AllHoney)

    The first book in Jordan Dane's Sweet Justice series. More on the suspense side than romance. Actually, not really much romance at all. Still the suspense was very gripping. Edge of your seat stuff. The first book in Jordan Dane's Sweet Justice series. More on the suspense side than romance. Actually, not really much romance at all. Still the suspense was very gripping. Edge of your seat stuff.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cindi

    This is one of those books where the author gets in the way of the story. There is nothing wrong with the storyline, just that the author could not do it "sweet justice" (the name of the series). The heroine did not capture my attention and needed some backstory to make her palatable. Supposedly she had severe emotional and physical scarring from abuse in her early life, but she didn't really act like it consistently. She is a freelance bounty hunter who lives penny to penny, and is not all that This is one of those books where the author gets in the way of the story. There is nothing wrong with the storyline, just that the author could not do it "sweet justice" (the name of the series). The heroine did not capture my attention and needed some backstory to make her palatable. Supposedly she had severe emotional and physical scarring from abuse in her early life, but she didn't really act like it consistently. She is a freelance bounty hunter who lives penny to penny, and is not all that great at her job, it sounds like. Then we meet Peyton Archer, an ex-NFL player who is now a looser alkie. He jumps into the investigation of the disappearance of his only niece. The whole NFL part of the story doesn't go anywhere and Peyton's personality just ups and changes when necessary. There are a couple of other characters that actually have more relative connections to this storyline than the main characters, and that really made me want to throw this book down and stomp on it. If I wasn't trying to get my 144 Books in 2010, I would have given up on this unexceptional book. I think I will mark this one as "give up on author" and "give up on the series".

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    I really enjoyed this book. It's the first book that I've read from Jordan Dane and I liked most everything about it. She is quite the writer. This book had an interesting plot, suspense and even romance. I liked the characters too. There were quite a few but they were all interesting. There were also a few scenes that were a little too graphic. I had a little trouble getting the scenes out of my head. I did debate whether giving this book 4 or 5 stars because of it. I figured a 5 since it was v I really enjoyed this book. It's the first book that I've read from Jordan Dane and I liked most everything about it. She is quite the writer. This book had an interesting plot, suspense and even romance. I liked the characters too. There were quite a few but they were all interesting. There were also a few scenes that were a little too graphic. I had a little trouble getting the scenes out of my head. I did debate whether giving this book 4 or 5 stars because of it. I figured a 5 since it was very affective. I will read the next 2 book in the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Frederick Tan

    Jessica Beckett is a bounty hunter used to hunt for felons on the lam. She sleeps with a Colt Python by herself. In her line of work this is a work hazard. Payton Archer an former NFL quarterback who has seen better days and now hitting the bottle big time consider his life a failure. Plagued by personal demon, he is no hero until his niece went missing. He tracked her to Chicago where he teamed up with Jessica to find her. The further they track her abductors the more they feel evil revisiting Jessica Beckett is a bounty hunter used to hunt for felons on the lam. She sleeps with a Colt Python by herself. In her line of work this is a work hazard. Payton Archer an former NFL quarterback who has seen better days and now hitting the bottle big time consider his life a failure. Plagued by personal demon, he is no hero until his niece went missing. He tracked her to Chicago where he teamed up with Jessica to find her. The further they track her abductors the more they feel evil revisiting their personal problems. Both of them have to face reality as they grapple with their personal demon. In order to succeed they must put aside their problems and work together and trust their own instinct.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amy Phelps

    It was good. I liked Jess. She was gutsy, street smart, and had a past she was fighting from. Reminded me a little of Eve Dallas from the jd robb books.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. **Spoiler Alert!** Seventeen-year-old Nikki Archer is running away from home, away from her single-parent, alcoholic mother. She wants to start a new life far away from Talkeetna, Alaska. And a friend she met online, promises she and her dad can help her. And after finally getting to Chicago, Nikki learns all too quickly that her friends isn't whom she said she was, and neither is her father. Nikki has been kidnapped with a subtle ploy, one where she believed her friend could help her get into a m **Spoiler Alert!** Seventeen-year-old Nikki Archer is running away from home, away from her single-parent, alcoholic mother. She wants to start a new life far away from Talkeetna, Alaska. And a friend she met online, promises she and her dad can help her. And after finally getting to Chicago, Nikki learns all too quickly that her friends isn't whom she said she was, and neither is her father. Nikki has been kidnapped with a subtle ploy, one where she believed her friend could help her get into a modeling agency. In reality, teenagers no more older than children, are being kidnapped and sold ... privately, the biggest sex trade that stretches around the globe. Payton Archer, an ex-NFL'er, believes himself worthless, and has acted that way for a long time. But when his sister calls, begging for his help, he realizes that he has to face life head-on: he'll find and help Nikki, no matter what it takes. Jess Beckett's past is actual hell, and she won't bring herself to think about it. She believes she's moved on. She is now a Fugitive Recovery Agent, aka Bounty Hunter, sleeps with a Colt Python either in her nightstand or under her pillow, and doesn't trust anyone with a 20-foot poll. The only one that can remotely touch her is her best friend, Samantha Cooper, a Chicago Vice cop. Most cops don't like Jess. She pushes to the max, and more times than not, jumps way over the line of the law, to apprehend the fugitive she's after. But when she bumps into one fugitive she'd love to rid the world of, she does everything physically possible to bring him down, only for him to be let loose again. Seems the pedophile is a paid snitch for the cops, and that grinds Jessie's cookies to dust. After stealing property, a laptop, Jess has her hired tech employee, Seth Harper, try to break into it, but he's unable to get much out of it. But both are curious and suspicious of what's on there, and Seth loads the computer with a device that can keep track of keys that are typed. And when she has to trade the laptop for Seth, both are determined to bring the man down. But the pedophile ends up murdered, and detectives suspect that Jess was the one that took him out. And now Jessie's racing against the clock - find the killer and stop Globe Harvest. Meanwhile, Payton and his friend, Joseph Tanu, a retired trooper, follow clues that lead them right to Chicago, and on the trail of Nikki, and what is now known as Globe Harvest. And now it's down to the wire. Find the missing and kidnapped kids and shut down Globe Harvest. **Not bad... not bad at all! I liked Jess right off. A no-nonsense tough cookie, Jess does what she has to in the heat of the moment. As a character, she had me snort with laughter quite a few times with her one-line quips and sarcasm. She reminded me very much of me in that aspect. While I felt bad about her past, I didn't pity her, for she's pushed herself to get passed it, to become better than 'what could have been.' If she was a real person, she'd be something to admire. Payton irked me a little at the beginning of his part in the story. I don't like characters that are introduced with stupid moves and self-pity. But Payton overcomes my first thoughts about him, and turns into a loving and heartsick uncle who'll do whatever it takes to find his niece and bring her home. All the characters are interesting, some coming of in a suspicious manner, but as you learn more about them, you learn who you can trust, and who you can't. I liked the mystery, suspense and action in the book. It wasn't sparsed too wide, and it wasn't too thick. I liked the romance that started between Jess and Payton, but I can't see it lasting into anything serious. Their worlds are just too far apart. I also liked how the author put it bits and pieces of what Nikki and the other girls were going through. It added to the suspense and the horror I felt as a mother who can't imagine what I'd do if my daughter ever ended up in Nikki's position. Scary. While not my favourite book, it definitely shows promise to the beginning of a series. I'm looking forward to the second book, The Wrong Side of Dead. Rating: 3.5 stars.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    If it were a movie, Evil Without a Face would be an edge-of-your-seat thriller. It has a gripping central premise - a tween American girl lured by an online predator into an international trafficking ring - and non-stop action with great pacing. I was impressed with how the action escalates in scale and speed without getting repetitive or James Bond-style absurd. However, the movie's quality would depend a lot on the casting. If you mentally populate the novel with A-list actors, you can make th If it were a movie, Evil Without a Face would be an edge-of-your-seat thriller. It has a gripping central premise - a tween American girl lured by an online predator into an international trafficking ring - and non-stop action with great pacing. I was impressed with how the action escalates in scale and speed without getting repetitive or James Bond-style absurd. However, the movie's quality would depend a lot on the casting. If you mentally populate the novel with A-list actors, you can make their lines sound good, but with run-of-the-mill actors the romance would awkwardly distract from the action. Choosing to picture A-listers in the scenes requires some generosity on your part. Dane writes excellent internal, moment-to-moment mental monologue (there's a reason her inwardly-focused teen characters in her YA novels like In the Arms of Stone Angels are so amazing). But in Evil Without a Face character interactions are clunky and not always believable. Perhaps part of the problem is that we get some of the bounty hunter Jessie's and the tween Nikki's backstories, but less of Payton's or other supporting characters', and only in one case, that of Jessie's inscrutable intern, is that an interesting unsolved mystery. I also found it hard to fully buy how sidelined real law enforcement was in this story. My pet peeve is that Payton, the love interest, is, to be honest, a bit of a Ken doll. His personal problems are alluded to but don't stop him from being impossibly smooth. His main functions seem to be wish-fulfillment lust object and to affirm Jessie's self esteem. (Ok, so I'm not a romance reader. Can you tell?) It felt like the headlong rush of suspense and action bled over into a creating a parallel headlong rush into chemistry, lust, even teetering into instalove, in a way that didn't feel quite authentic for these two 'walking wounded' characters. I don't mind idea of stress relief in sex, but Dane lost me when the once bitten (and chewed to pulp) Jessie experienced 'insta' respect and trust just because Payton's a big hot football player who wasn't as much of an a-hole as she expected. For a writer like Dane who can write sympathetic, believable, complicated characters, any use of convenient tropes is disappointing. That said, even with these issues the Sweet Justice characters are still a cut above standard mystery/thriller boilerplate. Overall, I recommend Evil Without a Face to readers who like both suspense thrillers and romance novels, and are in the mood for juxtaposition of the two.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Hines

    Nicki Archer is tired of her mom spying and yelling at her. She talks to a young girl in an internet chat-room and makes plans to run away. It never crosses Nicki’s mind that it may not have been a young girl she has been chatting with. Jessica Beckett is a bounty hunter in Chicago. A victim of an abused childhood. Jessica has a personal vendetta against child abuser Lucas Baker. Even though he is not the one who abused her, she still is trying to find evidence to bust him. She steals his laptop, Nicki Archer is tired of her mom spying and yelling at her. She talks to a young girl in an internet chat-room and makes plans to run away. It never crosses Nicki’s mind that it may not have been a young girl she has been chatting with. Jessica Beckett is a bounty hunter in Chicago. A victim of an abused childhood. Jessica has a personal vendetta against child abuser Lucas Baker. Even though he is not the one who abused her, she still is trying to find evidence to bust him. She steals his laptop, plants a tracer, and plans for him to lead her to an even bigger crime organization. Instead, Baker winds up dead with Jessica being the prime suspect for his murder. Payton Archer is a has-been football player who brought his attitude and his alcohol addiction to fame. Not proud of himself, Payton lives alone in Alaska and continues to drown his sorrows. When his parents died young, Payton grew up fast, taking care of himself and his older sister. When his sister calls hysterical, he learns that his niece has disappeared. With the help of some police officials, he and his friend Joe are soon following Nicki’s trail to Chicago. Baker’s laptop is linked to a multinational human trafficking organization, Globe Harvest. Jessica has a hunch that Baker was running kids. She thinks it is no coincidence that Payton is looking for his niece from Alaska, when Baker was expecting a package from Alaska on the same day. They team up, and find themselves on an action-packed, emotional roller coaster ride across several continents. Jessica is a smart and sassy heroine who will have you laughing and crying with her. She has guts, and is confident in her beliefs of right and wrong. Payton and Jessica are tentative with another for awhile, but soon they find something together worth hanging onto. EVIL WITHOUT A FACE is a non-stop action thriller that I couldn't put down. Terrific characters, a sound plot, and just the right amount of romance makes EVIL WITHOUT A FACE a sure winner!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jess was a very interesting woman. She was badass, sassy, sarcastic, strong, intelligent. I wish, though, that her past with Lucas Baker had been revealed. Hell, maybe it was and I just missed it, but I never really made the connection between them. I mean, she hated him a helluva lot and I never really knew why. Also, I would have liked to get more details on her abusive past. I mean, that's not to say I'm sadistic or anything and would have enjoyed it, but I might have been able to connect eve Jess was a very interesting woman. She was badass, sassy, sarcastic, strong, intelligent. I wish, though, that her past with Lucas Baker had been revealed. Hell, maybe it was and I just missed it, but I never really made the connection between them. I mean, she hated him a helluva lot and I never really knew why. Also, I would have liked to get more details on her abusive past. I mean, that's not to say I'm sadistic or anything and would have enjoyed it, but I might have been able to connect even better with her pain if I understood completely where it came from. Payton was a good character. He was dedicated to his family, loyal, loving, smart, and gentle. I love how he did whatever he could to find his niece. Nikki...I was a little iffy on how I felt about her in the beginning. I mean, what a little brat. Once she got to the textile compound, though, and realized she screwed up, I started liking her and feeling bad for her. I mean, come on: who could be hating on a girl who was misled and abducted so they could take her internal organs and sell them on the black market? In the end, though, she proved to be very strong, especially when she saved all the other girls. I absolutely loved Sam and Joe. I really liked the intrigue of the story. At first I thought that they were selling the girls as part of the sex trade, but then I found out they were harvesting body parts. The end of this book left me with a few questions, though: What's up with Alexa Marlowe? Who is Seth Harper, really? And most importantly: There was no sex but there was an HEA?!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tamera

    This was a fast paced suspense novel, which pulled me in quickly and kept me reading despite a few of its flaws. It is told from multi viewpoints, with several characters that intrigued me with their backstory. Jess Beckett is another tortured character, who tries to justify her relentless and sometimes stupid drive throughout the book by her admittedly horrible past. Peyton is also damaged to some extent. He lost his parents at a young age, had to grow up fast to take care of his sister, and me This was a fast paced suspense novel, which pulled me in quickly and kept me reading despite a few of its flaws. It is told from multi viewpoints, with several characters that intrigued me with their backstory. Jess Beckett is another tortured character, who tries to justify her relentless and sometimes stupid drive throughout the book by her admittedly horrible past. Peyton is also damaged to some extent. He lost his parents at a young age, had to grow up fast to take care of his sister, and messed up a potentially great football career with alcohol. We also meet Alexa, Garrett, Seth and a whole slew of people for future novels. This series is intriguing in that it spread its focus among several characters. The book moved fast, and there were several times I thought Jess & Peyton's actions would ultimately mess up everything. But in the end, this is fiction and everything worked out. The book ends on several loose ends, which is drawing me to the second book in the series. Also this had some graphic scenes. I think this would be of interest to Tami Hoag, Lisa Jackson and Lisa Gregory fans.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Gypsy Soul

    1.5 Stars. Evil without a face is the first book in Jordan Dane's Sweet Justice trilogy. Call me crazy but I like to have some romance in my romance books and this one didn't. Jessica Beckett is a bounty hunter investigating a child kidnapping ring. Payton Archer is an ex pro football player whose niece is kidnapped. It was almost 70% of the book before the two characters even met each other. There was a lot of information that I would have like a lot earlier. Like how Jessica and Samantha (a co 1.5 Stars. Evil without a face is the first book in Jordan Dane's Sweet Justice trilogy. Call me crazy but I like to have some romance in my romance books and this one didn't. Jessica Beckett is a bounty hunter investigating a child kidnapping ring. Payton Archer is an ex pro football player whose niece is kidnapped. It was almost 70% of the book before the two characters even met each other. There was a lot of information that I would have like a lot earlier. Like how Jessica and Samantha (a cop) met and how their friendship developed. What happened to Jessica as a child. We eventually get a bit of information on this but it's very late in the book. I didn't believe the romance (what little there was of it) between Jessica and Payton. I mean he spent more time with Samantha then he did Jessica plus as I mentioned they didn't even meet until the book was almost over. I read the blurb of the next books and it looks like Jessica picks up a new love interest anyway. I kept putting this book down and it was quite awhile before I would come back to it. It was just okay for me and I won't be reading the rest of this trilogy.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kris - My Novelesque Life

    3.5 STARS "Haunted and obsessed.... She sleeps with a Colt Python in her nightstand and her senses on alert. Jessica Beckett isn't taking any chances. Hiding a chilling secret, living in a world of snitches and felons, good cops and bad dreams, Jessica is a bounty hunter who brings lowlifes to justice. But not even she can imagine what she'll face when she tracks an online predator who has abducted a naive teenage girl. Making promises that can't be kept.... Former NFL quarterback Payton Archer swor 3.5 STARS "Haunted and obsessed.... She sleeps with a Colt Python in her nightstand and her senses on alert. Jessica Beckett isn't taking any chances. Hiding a chilling secret, living in a world of snitches and felons, good cops and bad dreams, Jessica is a bounty hunter who brings lowlifes to justice. But not even she can imagine what she'll face when she tracks an online predator who has abducted a naive teenage girl. Making promises that can't be kept.... Former NFL quarterback Payton Archer swore to his sister that he'd find her only child. But the police have no leads, and the teen's trail has turned cold. Plagued by personal demons, Payton's never considered himself a hero, but this time he has to be. And fighting a faceless enemy.... Joining forces to save the 17-year-old girl, Payton and Jessica discover that she's nothing but a pawn in an insidious, terrifying global conspiracy. They're battling a new kind of criminal - and soon their race for answers will become a dangerous struggle for survival." (From Amazon) A great romantic suspense novel

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mysterious

    Step aside Stephanie Plum, Bounty Hunter Jessica Beckett is the real deal. She is a woman who has lived through the un-thinkable, pulled herself up, and is all the more stronger for it. Fast paced plot ! This book grabbed me from the first page and never let up, I found myself sneaking back to read just a little more. Great character development. I loved the characters in this book, I left with a feeling like I really know them. I want more of them so bad, but will have to wait until The Wrong Sid Step aside Stephanie Plum, Bounty Hunter Jessica Beckett is the real deal. She is a woman who has lived through the un-thinkable, pulled herself up, and is all the more stronger for it. Fast paced plot ! This book grabbed me from the first page and never let up, I found myself sneaking back to read just a little more. Great character development. I loved the characters in this book, I left with a feeling like I really know them. I want more of them so bad, but will have to wait until The Wrong Side of Dead is released in NOV 09.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cherry-Ann

    Loved it. Never heard about this author before but she can sure pack a punch. The early chapters kept you at a page turning pace as Jessie scrambled to catch up with bad guy Baker. Enter the Russian Stas and the story picks up pace as the menagerie increases with mysterious Seth, friend Sam, Marlowe, ex Alaska state trooper Joe, and delicious Payton. Explosions, body parts, secret law enforcement organisations culminates into an explosive read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kat Dee

    This was my first read from Jordan Dane and I was pleasantly surprised. I'm always on the hunt for that next suspense author who can keep my interest and I'm usually disappointed but not in this case. The writing kept my interest the whole time, not too slow yet not too basic. Also I almost felt like I was watching a movie where right when you think you're coming on the end another scene is thrown in. I will definitely be reading the next one in this series. This was my first read from Jordan Dane and I was pleasantly surprised. I'm always on the hunt for that next suspense author who can keep my interest and I'm usually disappointed but not in this case. The writing kept my interest the whole time, not too slow yet not too basic. Also I almost felt like I was watching a movie where right when you think you're coming on the end another scene is thrown in. I will definitely be reading the next one in this series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amberrandall

    While this story had good characters and a strong plot I felt that it was really let down but the interpersonal relationship and dialogue between characters. There were some moments that should have drawn the reader into the emotion and drama of the moment yet I was left feeling flat and unmoved by these interaction which really killed the story for me.

  19. 4 out of 5

    MsTiptress

    This was a action packed, real entertaining story. The hunt was thrilling and chilling all at the same time. Jordan took me through the raw streets of "bad people". Without giving up any spoilers these bad people deserved way more then what they got, but that is what made her story so real. Nothing about this was fake or too much.. I really enjoyed it. This was a action packed, real entertaining story. The hunt was thrilling and chilling all at the same time. Jordan took me through the raw streets of "bad people". Without giving up any spoilers these bad people deserved way more then what they got, but that is what made her story so real. Nothing about this was fake or too much.. I really enjoyed it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Afsana

    this book was ok I found it a bit annoying the main character didn't seem to want to help herself and could have made thing easier for herself I found all her boos so so and thus won't be looking to buy anymore but may borrow from library this book was ok I found it a bit annoying the main character didn't seem to want to help herself and could have made thing easier for herself I found all her boos so so and thus won't be looking to buy anymore but may borrow from library

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marianne Cates

    Another one of my Favorite authors, love reading all her books.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tonia Caniglia

    Couldn't put it down, can't wait to read the next! Couldn't put it down, can't wait to read the next!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Karkoff

    Good book. Should have read this one before The Wrong Side of Dead. Bounty hunter Jessica Beckett is on the trail of a missing girl.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Steve Fagerhaug

    The characters are too unrealistic and their relationships too forced. I had to quit halfway through because it was just that bad.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    3.75 stars

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nora aka Diva

    Quite thrill ride of a novel. An exciting read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    karen

  28. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Trhlin

  29. 5 out of 5

    Angel Girl

  30. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

  31. 5 out of 5

    Keri

  32. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Dane

  33. 5 out of 5

    Heather

  34. 5 out of 5

    Heather Gunnell

  35. 4 out of 5

    Leah

  36. 5 out of 5

    Avon Girl

  37. 5 out of 5

    Bev

  38. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

  39. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

  40. 5 out of 5

    Auntee

  41. 4 out of 5

    Julie (jjmachshev)

  42. 4 out of 5

    *Nan*

  43. 5 out of 5

    Megan

  44. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  45. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

  46. 5 out of 5

    Heather L

  47. 4 out of 5

    Julie

  48. 4 out of 5

    Virginia

  49. 5 out of 5

    Bitten_by_Books

  50. 4 out of 5

    Shani

  51. 5 out of 5

    Kristi

  52. 5 out of 5

    Erin

  53. 4 out of 5

    E.

  54. 4 out of 5

    tosca

  55. 4 out of 5

    Christa

  56. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

  57. 5 out of 5

    SoBeA

  58. 5 out of 5

    Jay

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