Thursday, October 7, 2010

Review for A Fatal Flaw


A Fatal Flaw
By Angel Brewer
Oct 2, 2010 - 9:36:26 PM

A FATAL FLAW reached out and grabbed me from the first page and kept me interested with its twists and turns. Suspense is the name of the game in this mystery and this tale is fraught with unanswered questions and possibilities. Kerensa is a woman with spunk if not a little innocence, her sheltered life and trusting attitude is a definite change. Ned is everything you expect in a hero, strong yet sensitive and of course smoking hot. The mystery is the main focus of the story but there is also the added bonus of the slow growing romance between Kerensa and Ned. I truly enjoyed this story and didn’t stop reading until I finished it. Applause goes to Margaret Blake on creating a story with interesting characters and an enthralling plot.

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jrlindermuth said...

May it bring you many new readers.

Kathleen said...

Congratulations, Margaret. Well deserved.

The Nature Boy said...

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