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Hook, Line And Sinker (FisherBears, #1)

by Becca Fanning

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Lila, a wildlife photographer, goes to Sitka, Alaska, to shoot photos of whales. Her luggage is lost as well as her money. Henry offers her a room in his home. Feelings develop between them.

I liked the story. I liked Lila and Henry. Lila has never felt as though she belonged anywhere. Henry brings her a sense of belonging. He does have a secret that she discovers on her own. I was glad she allowed him to explain the whys and wherefores of his non-disclosure before giving up on him.

Unfortunately, the logistics of the story needed editing. The paragraphs of the story are short, sometimes only a sentence long. Because of that the quick scene shifts there is often no transition between scenes. I was confused several times and pulled out of the story to re-read so I could understand that one paragraph had Lila and Henry sailing and the next paragraph had them hiking then the third paragraph has them back on the boat but there is no docking, getting off the boat, hiking, getting back on the boat, and sailing again. Ms. Fanning writes a good story but needs an editor to smooth her transitions and a proofreader to edit typos. ( )
  Sheila1957 | Mar 17, 2016 |
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