Saturday, August 31, 2013

Bad Nights by Rebecca York

When Professor Morgan Rains goes out to investigate a strange sound coming from her backyard, the last thing she expects to see is a naked man covered with burns and bruises. Jack Brandt is a former Navy SEAL on an undercover mission, and he's barely managed to escape from a terrorist militia's torture. Jack and Morgan are thrown into a pressure cooker of danger and intrigue, and they soon find themselves falling in love. When Morgan is captured by the terrorists, Jack must rescue the woman whose life now means more to him than his own.

 I read this book within a week and I found that I had a hard time reading more than a few pages in one sitting. I found the book to be rather boring and just like a lot of other romance books that are out there. 

After reading two chapters, I pretty much already knew what the main plot was and what would happen between the two main characters of the story. I feel that this author is following the style of other romance authors out there instead of finding her own writing style. I think this book would be a good read for those that like romance books and for those that don’t mind the story being written in the same style as other authors. 

If readers are looking for a different type of romance story and/or outcome then I suggest skipping this book. I give this book a “C” and I give the author a “B-.” I gave the author a different rating because I feel she could become a good author if she finds her own style of writing.

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.  Tiffany

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