In the aftermath of a bad breakup, Claudia McIntire is framed for the murder of a childhood friend. Life gets complicated quickly when she runs into Dawson Montgomery. Will she and Dawson outsmart the real killer?...
|Title||:||Claudia (Endless Mountain Series Book 2)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||171 Pages|
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Claudia (Endless Mountain Series Book 2) Reviews
Claudia is a breathless, page-turning suspense novel that is action packed. The story started off with a bang and rarely lets up before the end. There were several plot twists that kept me guessing as to who the killer was. (I didn’t get it right!). The description is vivid, allowing me to see and smell the forest surrounding the cabin and experience the sometime heart-stopping events. Both Claudia and Dawson grow and develop as the book progresses, and I found both to be very likeable – in fact, Dawson was a nice mixture of sensitive yet masculine – a knight in shining armor. A few of the transitions were sudden which I found a little distracting, and an event occurs near the end that seemed dropped into the book and forced rather than part of the story, but that may be my personal taste. The writing is tight, and the dialogue is realistic. Periodic chapters from the villain’s point of view added intrigue and just the right amount of creepy. The case involves a serial killer, and there are descriptions of violence in the book, but they are not graphic.I received the book for free from the author, and a positive review was not required. All opinions expressed are my own.
This is an action-filled novel about trusting God in even the toughest circumstances.Life hurls Claudia into one challenge after another: from a boyfriend’s betrayal, to false accusations, to threats to her life. She can only lean on God to help her navigate the pain and learn to embrace love.I enjoyed getting to know the characters and their struggles. My only critique is that there was a little too much tragedy packed into this one story. I realize that, in real life, bad situations can come in an avalanche. However, I felt that in the short span of this novel, too many serious events happened to be handled with the proper gravity. But overall, I liked the action and solid Christian message.
Claudia, written by Elle E. Kay, is book 2 of Endless Mountain Series.I really enjoyed this continued story of this family. My favorite character is Dawson. What a guy! The kind that any mother would wish for their daughter. I enjoyed the suspense that seemed to be increased at the turn of every page. I felt that I could set the area in which Claudia lived both in the city and when she visited in the country. The sights and sounds were written great! It a balanced amount of suspense and romance. Neither were overdone and all were done in good taste. A great addition to the series!I was gifted a copy of this book by the publisher. All thoughts and comments are my own.