Sunday, February 12, 2012
Review of When the Smoke Clears
Even worse, the crimes are forcing Alexia to dig deeper into her past. Will she be able to let her secrets come to life to catch the person responsible for the heinous acts?
This book was so engaging. I am a huge fan of Lynette Eason, so I jumped at the chance to review this book. I was definitely not disappointed. The pacing was brilliant: not too fast to overwhelm, but not to slow to be able to put down either. I really like the character of Alexia. Her past isn't crystal clear: she isn't perfect. That vulnerability makes her very endearing, yet she has the spunk to do things like fight fires and find the criminal responsible for all of the crimes. Speaking of which, I was so guessing who it was until the very end. I was not able to guess who that was, and I was shocked!
A must read. Highly recommended, five out of five stars.
Specifics (from amazon.com)
~Paperback: 352 pages
~Publisher: Revell (February 1, 2012)
Note: Thanks to the publisher for providing me with a free copy of this book for reviewing purposes!