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Excellent storylineExcellent storyline. However I suggest a proofreader/editor to fix the grammar/syntax/sub verb agreement issues that detract from the story and are irritating. I'm more than happy to apply for the job.
I still liked the first book in this series the best, but this one was pretty good. I will say there were some major misses in the editing though, which made following the storyline confusing at times, specifically referring to Penelope as a “he”. I also found the chapters about “Him” a bit boring at times, but the rest of the story was compelling.
I love these books more with each one I read. An author with an incredibly creative mind. I just bought the next two books in the series. READ THEM!
Emma your so bad at being an FBI agent but I’m still here for it! Does she ever carry a gun in this one? That would be a negatory big John. Does her lifetime of martial arts come into play? Nope, sorry she still sucks and relies on Eric to send back up. I really did like Everly’s story. Still not sure what happened to Penelope. Guess she really did fall? It took me a long time to realize that the chapters for ‘him’ are two different ‘hims’. I was no joke started to get the creeps from daddy-O th...
Intriguing read! This is part of a series but the author states it can be read as a,stand alone. However the characters get built on by each book.I enjoyed the book a day had totally pegged another character as the killer. This kept me on the edge and totally surprised with the reveal. If anyone likes to read mysteries this series is a great choice because they are quick reads and gives you a story that isn't too far fetched.
These stories are getting better with each book that includes a mystery within a mystery that keeps you guessing.
DisappointedI was hoping Emma's personal mysteries would finally be resolved by Book Three of this series. Getting tired of that storyline.
eh, i was hopeful this one would be better, but they're still not doing it for me.
The third book in the Emma Griffin series is a little confusing as it jumps back and forth between the current time and several years prior but overall is a great book that keeps you turning the pages. Emma is supposedly on leave with the FBI and is at the house that originally belonged to her grandmother in Sherwood. She sees a man dressed in a dark hoodie and, when he raises his face, she is sure he is her long-missing father but is too stunned to go after him. Sheriff Sam Johnson asks for her...
While I enjoy the trials and tribulations of FBI agent Emma, this author and her staff need to do a better job proofreading before publishing. While I’ve ignored typos and confusing storylines in previous books, this time the error was too big too ignore. In a critical story point involving the death of a toddler, the child was referred to as “he” repeatedly AFTER it was revealed that a character’s DAUGHTER had died. Plus, the story ends without any wrap up of WHO killed or WHY this toddler was
I liked the books but found the flash backs annoying