Free copy gifted to me as a contest prize - courtesy of Ellora's Cave
I really liked the sound of this story and the beginning did not disappoint. Quiet bookish girl goes to New York to visit her friend, is invited to raid her wardrobe and told to meet her in the bar. Friend doesn't show but sexy guy does, one thing leads to another... So far so good.
Then comes the realisation from Mr. FBI (David) that Gemma isn't a call girl and Gemma discovering Mr. FBI thought she was a call girl and bang! You have some fireworks.
However, as the book goes on, the heat level of the book diminishes as does the excitement. The story is good but it doesn't exactly require alot of brain power to work out what’s what and who's who before you reach the conclusion. Throw in the fact that the chemistry between David and Gemma is just not convincing and I was left feeling a little disappointed. It's not that I didn't enjoy the book, it's just that I thought it could've been better.
Basically I'd sum this book up as follows: good start, disappointing finish but I'd give this author another try as I think there is potential. 3 out of 5 starswww.where-did-the-sun-go.blogspot.co.uk