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Origin in Death
J.D. Robb
Making Sense of Japanese: What the Textbooks Don't Tell You
Jay Rubin
Gambler's Woman - Jayne Ann Krentz The characters were intriguing and their interactions were fun to read. However, the story progressed too fast without the right development. Jordon came off as a borderline stalker and his actions were questionable. We didn't get enough character development to reconcile that. It was also very hard to reconcile the resolution of the story as well. In fact, I think that was the main hurdle for me when reading this book. Alyssa was intriguing and well developed as well as her portion of the story. I realize this was written in the 80s and appeals to that audience as well as needing to be short. If it were a little bit longer and Jordon were better developed, this would be a decent story. However, Jordon just came off like a sleaze to me. No matter how she did try to mitigate it.