Monday, July 29, 2013

Bounty's End by A.J. Wiliams

Title:  Bounty's End
Author:  A.J. Wiliams
Series:  Bounty for Hire #2
Published:   February 26th 2013 by AJ Wiliams
Page Count:  93
Genre:  Romantic Suspense
Shelf:  Giveaways
Rating:  ★★★

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Thomas has reached a point in his life where he is done with bounty hunting. He is finally ready to take the step in following his dream and hopefully put his family back together. However, before that happens, he has to rescue his neighbor—the woman he has been lusting after—from unsuspecting danger that lurks at every corner.

Wen has been in love with her neighbor, Thomas, for the last six months. Yet, with his schedule and her inability to welcome a new relationship, Wen is certain that her love will stay hidden. It does, until she learns that she’s being followed. Not wanting to intrude on her family, she calls Thomas. 

Can Thomas rescue Wen and his dream? Or will danger permanently keep him from both?

Adult-content rating: This book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers 17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages.
My Review:

Wiliams is a descriptive writer. She can craft scenes and settings that you can easily visualise. She can also write scenes that can get your pulse racing or have you on the edge of your seat. In this instalment of her series she sets everything up so that her readers are engaged in the storyline while feeling for the characters.

I really enjoy how all of the different stories in this series overlap with each other. They tell the same events via the experience of different couples, all tied together through family and work. This leads to a flow within the novels and the series as a whole. There were a few spots, however, where the writing got a little choppy, but this didn’t detract too much from the overall flow of the story.

I found that some of the characters in this novel are well developed. You get to know a great deal about who they are and what they stand for. That said, there are a couple who remain cardboard, regardless of the role that they play in the story. That said, I like that the trials faced by the characters are written in such a way that you can identify with them, even if the situation itself is completely foreign to you. It gives you much greater insight into the lives of these intriguing individuals.

Overall, this novel was a nice addition to the Bounty for Hire series and I quite enjoyed it.

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