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“From the first page to the last, this book had me holding my breath. Fast-paced, sexy, and addicting, Trigger is bound to be one of my top reads all year.” ~ New York Times Bestselling Author, Emily Goodwin
“Exhilarating and pulse-pounding. Trigger is a non-stop roller coaster ride from beginning to end.” ~ Author of the Light in the Dark Series, Micalea Smeltzer
is actually a great plot. When I started reading the first few pages I
became unsure, I thought at first I made a mistake thinking this was a
romance novel. Because everything felt like it would become a dark
suspense with a hint of romance – Could I read that ?
after I finished that book I thought – OK – let’s make sure and follow
my own 3 chapter rule …I picked it up again and this time I finished it.
And it honestly was not what I expected. It started so dark and
suspenseful but suddenly it became soft and almost light – which
confused me a lot.
reader is thrown into the facts of Preston’s life – and for a second is
left to wonder where this journey is going. No scratch that … there is
no wondering – actually the reader is pretty sure where this will end …
and it will be violet and deadly.
then we get a whiplash when we are introduced to Emma and suddenly we
get a taste of a plot that could actually turn into a romance Wait what ?
yeah you read correctly… we move from violence to romance within 2
chapters – as I said #whiplash much? …
think I learned from this experience … my 3 chapter rule works … (that
rule says every book gets 3 chapters to capture my attention)
plot is quite interesting if you are open to such ideas. I am not sure
about my own opinion on this. Should I hope that this is fiction or
believe there is a truth hidden behind it. I feel divided – because I
get the need behind it but who is the one to judge and make the listing.
#cryptic much – sorry #spoiler alarm
lets keep the plot idea and go from there… which is what led me to my
could have /should have / would have … The beginning of the book is so
intense and dark that I expected a certain depth to the rest of the
story. But after the romance enters the picture the plot suddenly turned
into something so light and almost sunny that I wondered if I had
dreamed darkness in the beginning.
scheming is brilliant until the time he tries to force a reaction out
of Preston – the events following this made no real sense to me and if I
had been in Preston’s position … well lets say the result would not
have been pretty.
two things were the main ones stopping me from the 5 stars. But other
than this the writing is of this author is really good. The characters
are interesting and the developing relationship between them is never
anything less then that.
as I said if you are open to that plot idea it is indeed an interesting
subject that makes me want to follow future books as there are some
secondary characters here in this plot that will make great leads in
She loves to write, but she also loves to play tennis, go on mountain hikes and white water rafting, and has a passion for singing. Her two youngest fans expect a concert each and every night before bedtime, usually Christmas carols.
Dover has written countless novels, including her Forever Fae series, the Second Chances series, the Gloves Off series, the Armed & Dangerous series, the Royal Shifters series, and her standalone novel Love, Lies, and Deception. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense, but if she got to choose a setting in which to live, it would be with her faeries in the Land of the Fae.