Saturday, December 30, 2017

Book Review: '30 Seconds' by Chrys Fey


It only took me 30 second to fall in love with this novella.
Dani Hart went from workaholic resident saving lives to running from the mob and fearing for her safety all because she literally bumped into an undercover cop – Blake.
Blake Herro was trying to stop the mob and keep people save but ended up putting Dani right in the middle of the fight.
Ms Fey’s use of detailed language got me hooked right from the very first character. She didn’t waste anytime in getting Dani and Blake into danger. I literally could not put this book down, so much so that I finished it in one sitting. It is a fast paced, suspenseful mystery with a whole lot of romance thrown in that left butterflies in my stomach.
The nail-bitting plot twists in 30 seconds just kept coming – each one better then the last. Both Dani and Blake’s past struggles really helped move the story along and although I was itching to find out what happened in the end I just didn’t want the story to finish.
I highly recommend this book to those who love romantic stories that have an air of mystery to them. I definitely enjoyed 30 seconds and look forward to reading Ms Fey’s other novellas as well.

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