Virgil Moore

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A well seated novel for the right person.

Spectra by Ebony Olson starts with a missed "were" in the first sentence. An easy fix, but it put me off a little from the beginning. Same with the British spelling of "metres". It seemed a out of context at the time.

As I kept reading, I realized that the opening tone of the book didn't make me feel anything for the main character. I had no reason to love or hate her, she was just a character. The same goes for when the story shifts perspective. I was never given a reason to care either way towards him. I was merely indifferent as the novel progressed.

It took a few pages to get to the hook. I was drawn in from there. However the repeated words were a little disheartening, but that's my personal taste. "Hands" twice in one sentence, "Warning" three times in the same paragraph.

I can tell there's well built sexual tension between them, but unfortunately in the first chapter, I was never given a reason to care based on their actions.

Overall, it's a good read, but I didn't enjoy it as much as I'd hoped.

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