Freefall by JoAnn Ross (‘High Risk’ trilogy Book #1)

 Freefall     Freefall  by JoAnn Ross

‘High Risk’ trilogy Book #1

Paperback: 400 pages Publisher: Signet (February 5, 2008) Language: English ISBN-10: 0451223209 ISBN-13: 978-0451223203

Seeking refuge and determined to pull her life back together, Sabrina Swann returns to the sleepy Southern island of her childhood summers. The last person she expects to encounter there is Zach Tremayne, the boy who stole her heart when she was a girl. There’s a haunted look in his eyes that makes her wonder what kind of man he’s become.Zach Tremayne can’t forget the horror he saw in his last battle in Afghanistan as a Navy SEAL. Now home on Swann Island, he’s surprised to realize he can feel anything again, never mind the sudden sure of desire for this woman from his past.

And when together they discover danger waiting in Swann’s shadows, the woman who is desperate for peace and the man who has sworn off war will realize they are willing to do anything, risk everything, to protect a love neither saw coming…


11-Mar-08 to 15-Mar-08

Review: Hmm… Not too sure what I should think or say about this one.

The beginning of the book was almost boring. I mean sure, the descriptions of action scenes had you feeling like you were there, but in between it all, descriptions of the past were almost tedious, making you wonder if the author would get past them. Some of them almost didn’t seem like they should have been part of the story, only used as fillers. It was getting almost to a point where I wanted to skip past them by skimming, in search of dialogue. The sex scenes were pretty good, but still seemed to lack some creative thought.

Although they were complicated, the characters lacked imagination. It was almost like Zack and Sabrina ended up together cause that was what was planned. It all seemed unexciting.

And all of it was predictable. At first you’ll read the characters and almost be sure of what’s going to happen and ‘who’ it is. I’ll admit that even though I knew something was off in a certain character, I was surprised it was that character.

Is it enough to warrant reading the second novel? Unsure at this point. It wasn’t a bad book by any means, but its predictability has me hesitating.

Rating: .5


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