She deserved better than that and so did the victims. I loved how the two main charters meet they instantly dislike each other and are at odds with each other but do to there different styles of how they handle a crisis they are thrown together and learn to work together and fall in love too plus it's cutie how they slowly except there feelings for each other and how they handle them. It's got lots of action drama and great chapters I really enjoy the brothers and sister relationships between the Omally clan.
Katelyn is bound and determined to find the sniper that is killing newly-weds. She has an agenda to make Sargeant before she is He is also investigating allegations against Brayden, who has not completely recovered from his wife's death. They have to go undercover together. Well, I was greatly disappointed in this character.
She sure did not have any moral inclinations, admiting to other lovers before Joe. Their romps through the pages became a little too much for the story. On the whole the story was very good - characters leave a bit to be desired but what can you expect of the [broads] females of this day and age.
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Read only to complete the O'Malley stories [but you won't miss much] 2, Brayden's story is much better in a way. See all 5 reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
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This book was hard to put down! Of course, probably nothing short of critical injury or death could have done that. There were times, like now, when Joe felt as if he were in the path of a speeding train, and there was nothing he could do to stop it. Nothing he wanted to do to stop it. She deserved better than that and so did the victims.
Nov 05, Ollie rated it liked it. This book was a free bonus with a Kat Martin book I purchased. It was a quick read. However it had a lot of information on all the characters. The plot was kind of in the background.
Then all at once you have the ending all tied up in maybe 40 pages. Nov 11, Liz rated it liked it Shelves: Jennifer rated it it was amazing Jul 20, Jessica rated it really liked it Apr 11, Lilolily rated it it was amazing Mar 12, Rone Bothma rated it really liked it Oct 10, Becky rated it liked it Jun 14, Debra Weindorf rated it really liked it Sep 02, Erin rated it really liked it Sep 23, Dianne Massey rated it it was amazing Oct 22, Joanne rated it it was amazing Feb 24, Pat rated it it was ok Nov 15, Othena rated it liked it Oct 01, AgentScully rated it it was amazing Feb 20, Joanna rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Brenda Golden rated it it was amazing Mar 15, Wendy Sparrow rated it it was amazing Oct 26, Silverana rated it it was amazing Jun 14, Gwen Collins rated it it was amazing Apr 24, I like how she wasn't shy about the events and prejudices of the characters.
I took off a star because I wasn't overly drawn to Lily or Joe. I felt that their "romance" was unnecessary and forced. I also felt that the ending with Hakim was counterintuitive to the overall message of the book. Maybe that was the point. To show the reader how hatred begets hatred, but in a small way it felt like justifying some of the anti-Muslim beliefs of the townspeople all the same.
Great read and a really good read for teenagers! Apr 07, Jackie marked it as dnf. I have to admit, though, that I DNF this after reading it halfway through. The story is told mostly from the point of view of Lily, a teacher at the school where the Muslim girl was arrested, but with the POVs of several teens thrown into the mix—I had a hard time figuring out just who this story was aimed at, adults or teens?
The writing was also pretty clunky, and the characters rather flat. I didn't find any romance in the first half; perhaps it comes in more in the second? In any case, the story read more like a moral lesson than a deeply imagined story with complex characters. Jan 07, J. Kent Preyer rated it it was amazing. A first-rate, fast-paced, astute exploration of a controversial subject. The novel struck the right tone from beginning to end; empathetic, honest, galvanizing, heartfelt, and ultimately inspiring. I think most people will not be able to walk away from this book without some of their own soul-searching.
Veiled Intentions, thankfully, is in capable hands. Sep 03, Paul Landes rated it it was amazing. When I read a book and can see vivid images in my mind and when I'm thinking about a book days after I've completed it, then I know I read a great book. Veiled Intentions is one of those great books. The author has taken a complex and combustible social issue and and woven it into a mystery that kept my attention and made me think.
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Carr really hit it right on with this one! Jan 16, Erin rated it it was amazing.
Eileen hits it out of the park with Veiled Intentions. This book is not what I anticipated at all. I expected a linear story told from one POV, and I love that what I got turns every expectation on its eat. This story unfolds in a most unexpected way, leaving me guessing until the end as to whose trial Lily was giving testimony at, and what had really happened. One of my must reads of the year. All's pretty much good A total thumbs down because of those last pages. Dec 31, Peggy rated it it was amazing. The way things go in this book will keep you turning page after page waiting to find out just what happens!
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