I’m knee-deep in
Werebird Wings of Death right now, and I think we’re going camping this weekend (you’d think I’d know by this point), so I’m slightly AWOL this week.
I adored this book. Ms. Staceyâ€™s writerâ€™s voice is extraordinary; I easily understood everything about her unique and thrilling plot even though it was intricate and complicated. The characters in this book are so sharp and animated; they step off the pages and come alive. As long as theyâ€™ve known each other, Alex and Grace each shock each other with the staggering magnitude of the secrets theyâ€™ve managed to keep from each other. The action is non-stop when they team up, just like old times, to pull off the spy mission, after which Alex and Grace revert to their old way of working off that adrenaline rush. It makes you wonder how they ever stayed apart because they are so hot together it wouldnâ€™t be possible to get sex like that anywhere else. Then the action is full speed again when they risk everything to rescue their son. This book is fast paced and exciting, whether from the sexual tension or the suspenseful tension, it doesnâ€™t matter. Both make 72 Hours by Shannon Stacey an exceptional read.
Back to work for me. I’ll try to be a better blogger tomorrow.