Å Read É Heart Of The Night by Gayle Wilson ☆ Rating 3.
5 starsI enjoyed reading this novel Although I figured out who the villain was one third of the way through, I still appreciated the way the author developed the plot.
The hero and heroine were both likeable characters with realistic flaws and the chemistry was nicely brought out through their interactions.
A good piece of escapist fiction.
The book is a nicely written thriller, the crime plot is intriguing, the supporting characters are captivating, but, the plot is very focused on the heroine which saves the hero from danger , and they only meet superficially a few times, so the story s investigation than romance It s a fluent and interesting read, but it s not the best of Gayle Wilson.
This is a good thriller A mail bomber who is escalating his activities Thorne lives in darkness due to a botched attempt at his life The romance is very low key instead we are led through the book with a keen wish to get to the bottom of the mystery Well written and plotted.
comUmmmmmwhat was this book supposed to be again As a mystery tale, it falls flat since there s really only one person who it could be andsurprise That person did it As a love story, it doesn t really work, since the protagonists only have a couple of encounters Thorne is unable to leave his house and Kate is running all over the country There really isn t enough interaction to see them falling in love, yet there they are in the end, apparently set to live happily ever after Five run ins and sex do not a happy ending make And as a suspense novel, it doesn t really work, since there s not that much tension to push things along Wilson s usual writing He Was A Man Of Mystery Judge Thorne Barrington Was A Survivor The Only Living Victim Of Serial Bomber Jack The Tripper He D Even Survived Jack S Real Curse Advance Warning Of Bombings He Could Not Prevent But Survival Had Its Price Once The Darling Of Debutantes And The Crowned Prince Of The Society Pages, Barrington Had Vanished From The Public EyeDriven By A Need She Told Herself Was Professional Curiosity, Kate August Delved Into The Mystery Of Thorne Barrington But For Reasons Elusive And Far Personal She Followed Him Into The Darkness, Determined To Find The Heart Of The Mystery And The Man