Monday, August 05, 2013

Book Review: Caught on Camera by Kim Law

Caught On CameraCaught On Camera by Kim Law
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I was enthralled with the book (it's addictive but not that good) all up until the very end, when the entire plot was wrpped up tidily in about 5 pages.

Vega is a videographer for a Georgia news station. But, she has a secret past, she is an ex-model with a past. A past that I won't go into...but, I will say it is NOT that bad.   JP Davenport is America's golden boy, most desired bachelor and the next US senator. Basically, the equivalent of a Kennedy.

So, they meet and basically he has to romance her and make her take a chance on him and in love. The book, as I mentioned, was good. It was a page turner and I could not really put it down. As I was nearing the end, I noticed there were way too many unresolved issues and not enough pages to really give them the time they deserved. The book was entirely too long at 400 + pages. The dialogues were long and frequent. Yet, the resolution lasted only a few pages at the end and everything was solved with a nice tidy bow. The end was also slightly out of character.

I enjoyed the book. It was enjoyable but I did not like the end at all. It was not...satisfying.


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