Sunday, October 4, 2015

Review: Amador Lockdown by Coral Russell

Amador Lockdown
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Title: Amador Lockdown
Author: Coral Russell
Version Reviewed: Finished Copy, eBook
*I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review*

GoodReads Summary:
Something has moved into the Amador Hotel. Hector, Marcos, Bev, and Tony of the Paranormal Posse are called in to either debunk the haunting or get rid of whatever is causing the problems. With the surprise arrival of Hector's son, he tries to keep his professional and personal lives separate, but whatever is haunting the Amador Hotel has other plans.

This is one of those books for me that caught my attention when I read the summary and the request for a review. I accepted the request with every intention of reading and enjoying it. I found the idea and plot line very interesting and it peaked my curiosity, but I just couldn't get into it. I was easily distracted and honestly, it took me two days to read twenty pages. I really hate it when a book doesn't hold my interest because it makes me feel horrible. I always try to give the book the benefit of the doubt, but this book just wasn't for me. Maybe a different type of reader will enjoy it more. There are different types of books for different people, and this one is better suited to a different reader than myself.

Rating: 1 Star.


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