Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Review: Hiding in Plain Sight by Kate Mathis


Book Description:

Graham Reynolds has always taken on the role of the protector in his family. He’s a hard working DEA agent but he has a secret that he’s been keeping his whole life — he can jump to a parallel universe. It’s on one of these jumps that he faces an impossible dilemma. Will he make it in time to save his half sister from the wrath of a mad man? Will Graham be able to deal with the consequences of his actions?

Lily Bennett is the girl next door that Graham remembers as the shy, quiet childhood friend. All grown up, Lily is now a powerful CFO of her family's business. Graham saved Lily once when they were children but now Lily may be the only one who can save Graham from his past. Will she be able to pull him out of his darkness and back to her or will he be forever hiding in plain sight?


My Review:

Not bad, more on 3.5 stars but I'll go with 4 stars.
Still can be a little confusing if you aren't paying attention. This story picks up right where book 1 ended and then moves to when Grahanm, Arie and Palmer are older. This story is more about Granham and Palmer than anyone.
We get lots of twists in this one as well, but not as dramatic as book 1.
And we are left with a cliffhanger. I would wait til you have all 3 books together before reading, so you aren't left wondering- cause book 3 will pick up right where this one left off as well.
I honestly am not a huge fan of this series but its ok.