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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Review - Double Take by Kerri Nelson

Title: Double Take

Author: Kerri Nelson

Publisher: Evernight Publishing

Buy Link: Buy Double Take Here!

Rating: You Need to Read

Reviewed by: Sarina


After growing up the laughing stock of the town drunk and humiliated by the hottest guy in school, Kennedy Wolfe planned on never stepping foot in Greece, New York again.

Now a highly decorated agent for the FBI, Kennedy learns of the abduction of her best friend from high school. The news comes just days after the invitation to her class reunion was received and tossed.

Despite her better judgment, she can't resist the urge to take on a case that would show her classmates once and for all what she's really made of.

Damon Divine is the unbeatable District Attorney and he's dead set on finding those responsible for abducting his twin sister. But when the beautiful Agent Wolfe comes to town, he knows the kidnappers won't be the only ones on her hit list.

After all, standing up a girl on senior prom night is not something she's likely forgotten.


Although I liked the book, it was to rushed. The events didn't flow well into each other, and left you with some questions that weren't really answered. Yes it was implied, but not directly answered in the chronological order. For example, how did Damon's sister get captured? It just started with good ole Kennedy in the FBI office, get debriefed, It really didn't tell much about her past, as inferred with the summary on the back. It did leave some questions unanswered. Did they get married, split, or stayed engaged until they decided on a happily ever after? Did Kennedy become pregnant? Did she enjoy her new life? Or is that going to be in a second book?

Overall although it was rushed, the book was extremely good. I would have liked to see a bit more history to the two. There was really no substance to the characters, and even less reaction from them. It really didn't flow, but seemed to jump from one thing to another, to another. Unless you paid close attention to what you read, you really couldn't follow what was taking place.

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