I was sent a free print copy of "Gotcha" by Fern Michaels, published by Zebra Fiction in order to provide a review of the book. When I started reading this book, I was sure it would be one that I enjoyed. However, I was wrong.
This story is one of vengeance and vigilantes. I did not disagree that the “bad guys” should be punished, but I was not a fan of the methods used. In fact, I quit reading the book. There are some whom I’m sure would like this read, but they have a stronger constitution than I. I don’t mind a little mayhem, but this was, to me, over the top.
I cannot recommend this book from my point of view, but I’m sure there are some who would enjoy it. I apologize to the author for my candor, but I must give my honest review.
Night Owl Reviews sent a free print copy of this book in return for my honest review. You can find this review on my blog at http://wp.me/p2pjIt-7B, and on Goodreads.com at http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/708289616.
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