Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Far Gone by Laura Griffin ~ REVIEW ~

I have had the pleasure of reading a few of Laura Griffin's books now, and I became an instant fan. This lady knows how to write one really awesome romantic suspense story. This is one of those books that I just could not put down. I was very close to end and I just could not bring myself to put this book down until I found out how the story ended. I stayed up a little later than normal but Far Gone had me completely captivated and I had to know. 

Andrea Finch has had a rough spell with work. She was in the wrong place at the right time which resulted in her having to make a difficult decision. She is placed on leave while the situation is investigated. However she doesn't waste her time while she is on leave. She goes in search of her brother and some answers. She finds her brother and she doesn't like what else she finds. There is a lot of things going on and she is afraid that her brother may be in danger. I could go on and on here, this is such a WONDERFUL story line but I really want you to be able to enjoy the book so I'll stop there. 

I will tell you that in her investigate she meets up with handsome FBI agent Jon North, who is performing some investigating of his own. Much to both of their dismay the end up working together. There is an instant attraction between these two and also some interesting bickering that leads to some tension. These two have what it takes to make some seriously dramatic scenes as well as a few steamy one. 

I really enjoyed this story and it certainly is a page turner. I suggest you plan plenty of reading time when you get ready to read this one. I know I had a horrible time setting it down and then I got to the point where there was no way I was putting this book down. It's a very suspenseful, dramatic story that I think you will enjoy. I know I certainly did. If you are a fan of Laura Griffin's work already you will notice gets a little help from the Delphi Center which is connected to some of her other work. I always like when books are connected. However this one is completely able to be read as a stand alone. 

I loved this book and I can not wait to see what Ms. Griffin has in store for us next. She certainly has a devoted fan in me. I will be anxiously awaiting her next release. 

I must mention one more thing, I loved the cover on this book. I normally don't judge a book by it's cover, unless it's a fabulous cover that is. In this case I loved the story under the cover as much or more then I loved the cover. I was fascinated by the cover so I had to mention it.

I was given the opportunity to read this book so that I may share my thoughts with you. As always it has been my great pleasure to share my thoughts with you on Far Gone

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