to reach the downed plane and is shocked to recognize the badly injured pilot as British RFC Captain Simon Forrester. She risks her life to conceal him from the Germans, but as the secrets between them grow and the danger mounts, can they still hope to make it out of Belgium alive?
heroines devise a plan which they refer to as "The Kill Shot" as a means of accomplishing this dangerous task.
But first they must do battle with each other, with their own societal and personal differences and with Darcey's turmoil of wanting vengeance over justice, before ultimately acting out their plan and springing the trap on the outlaws.
Just who is saving who and from what, is a question that you will ponder frequently as the story unfolds.
Reviewer: Elsie Stoltzfus
First off, I will say that the book started off very well. The story was well put together, and interesting. I think I would have liked it, except for the characters! The only one who had any depth was Luv Lass. Darcey was repulsive. And I found it rather hard to believe that a "Lady" would throw plates at a sheriff! Not to mention screaming at him and abusing him so violently that her husband had to drag her away from him! And Luv Lass would swear, but Darcey? I'm sorry, but I just have a hard time taking it seriously.
The book could also use another batch of editing. The lack of punctuation was irritating, as was the occasional use of a lower case letter instead of a capital.
The writing style is not the best, but I think that it could be developed into something. Mostly I'd advise the author to work on his characters.
My rating: Two Star