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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Review: Zero Visibility by Sharon Dunn



Zero Visibility by Sharon Dunn
Love Inspired Suspense / 2012
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About the book:

Why was she a target? 

Merci Carson doesn't have a clue—but she knows she owes her life to the quiet man who roared to her rescue in his snowmobile. EMT Nathan McCormick is used to handling challenging situations, but between the unexpected blizzard that stranded the lovely student and the desperate men chasing her, he has his hands full. Yet for Nathan, failure is not an option. Merci's bravery and kindness challenge his guarded heart, bringing every protective instinct forward and making him start to hope for the future. Together, they could be something special—if they can solve the mystery in time.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Zero Visibility was a nice read, though not one of my favorite Love Inspired Suspense books. The story was interesting and kept my attention, but I didn't really care for the writing - it seemed to repeat things needlessly and just wasn't that crisp. Also, some things didn't seem that believable to me.

The characters were fine. I liked the attraction between Nathan and Merci, but I have to say, it did seem like things progressed really fast.

I really liked the setting for Zero Visibility. Being stuck on a mountain with the bad guys added a great layer of suspense.

Overall, Zero Visibility was an okay read.

*I received an eBook copy via Netgalley for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*


4 comments:

  1. I had some of the same thoughts about this book. The camp / mountain setting was definitely interesting, though.

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    1. That was an interesting setting. :) Thanks for commenting, Brooke! :)

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  2. Sharon you need a better review. I would be happy to read and review this.
    jrs362 at hotmail dot com

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    1. Better review?? Sorry if my review wasn't helpful... I tried my best to convey my thoughts and, while I'm sure some people loved this book, it was just an okay read to me.

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