Katherine Garbera: Night Life


Sasha wants to be a real Bombshell but isn't.

And FYI, Ms Garbera, Sasha as a heroine name is tooooo done. It's supposed to be cool, sassy and a touch exotic. Well, it's not any more.

I thought maybe the hero could save the book.

Kane couldn't. It's hard to save the book when you're 2-dimensional–better than being 1-D but not quite good enough for 3-D.

And in the later parts of the book, Sasha's kid, Dylan, seemed to disappear off the pages. Gee…I guess that's what happens when you need a plot device in the beginning and not in the middle.  

I think this could make me swear of Bombshells permanently–this book will be the straw that broke the camel's back, and there have been worse ones than this Bombshell.  


3 Responses to “Katherine Garbera: Night Life”

  1. May 12, 2006 at 3:00 pm

    I really disliked her book Body Heat. Same problems. Mono dimensional characters (that’s probably an anachronism) and no plot. Just alot of talky talky.

  2. May 12, 2006 at 3:45 pm

    Excellent. Somebody agrees with me on the author’s flaws.

    Therefore it’s not bashing the author.

    Thanks for dropping by, Jane!

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