I have been tangled in the web of words for a very long time. I remember being a child and riding my bike to the local library, only needing help getting home because I had checked out so many books.~~
My love of the written word has grown over the years. I recently left my dream job at Barnes & Noble to marry the man of my dreams. I am writing this blog to share with you the books I have read throughout the years. Please feel free to comment and discuss.
Bellamy Price is still haunted by the death of her sister eighteen years ago. She was murdered during a tornado that ripped through the heart of Austin, Texas. Even though Bellamy was only twelve, she has blocked out many of the events of that day. To try and reclaim those memories Bellamy has written a nearly true fictional novel under a pseudonym. Bellamy has every intention of staying anonymous, but a pesky tabloid reporter has made it his mission to reveal Bellamy and publicly bringing all the pain of that time to the surface.
Bellamy does not expect her late sister's boyfriend, Dent to read the book and raise all sorts of hell with her. And she certainly doesn't expect to find herself attracted to the handsome Flyboy. With her father rapidly declining with cancer, this whole mess certainly could not have come at a worse time. Will she ever be able to fill in the gaps of her memory and what will happen if/when she does remember?
Sandra Brown has been on my "must read" list ever since high school. Her books always seemed so scandalous to me. The sex scenes that once seemed so salacious, now seem a bit repetitive to me. The story was a little fresh in terms of the tornado, but for the most part it seemed like a story that I had read before. Beautiful woman is trying to solve some sort of crime and a handsome, yet roguish man gets in her way, then becomes indisposable to her. Crime solved and they live happily ever after.
Bottom line, Low Pressure is an okay book if you are just looking for a mindless love/suspense story. I think that I am tired of the old Sandra Brown formula and it might be time for me to move on. Are you a fan of Sandra Brown's? Let me know what you think of Low Pressure.