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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Against the Night, by Kat Martin

I do love to read almost anything, hence the name Eclectic Reading. I've been getting my ARCs from Netgalley, and having such a great time.  Be sure to let me know if you've dropped by to check out some of my reviews. This is a review of a quickie romance novel. 

Martin, K. (2012). Against the night. Retrieved from http://www.harlequin.com/

When Amy Brewer's sister goes missing, Amy moves to LA to see if she can follow her trail beginning at the Kitty Kat Club where Rachael used to work.  While Amy is pole dancing, she can feel the Johnnie Riggs’ eyes focused on her.  Amy discovers that Johnny is a private detective, and conveniences Johnny to agree to help Amy find her sister.  Johnnie uses all his Army Ranger knowledge, along his friends Special Forces friends to track Amy’s sister Rachael.  Sparks fly throughout the story to make it heavy on the romance with a fairly predictable story.

This is an average romantic suspense.  The characters are fun and interesting, and the story moves quickly.  Though not particularly memorable, Against the Night is easy and diverting.  It is the fifth book in Martin's Against series.

Received Galley from NetGalley.com

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