Review of Donovan by Glenna Sinclair

When Kate Thompson barely avoids being murdered one night after work, her father hires Gray Wolf Security to protect her. Specifically DonovanPritchard, who was the best friend of Kate’s dead brother. Kate still blames Donovan for Joshua’s death and wants nothing to do with him. Unfortunately, she has no choice in the matter. But as things get more dangerous, the two are drawn together again, rekindling the romance they started in high school. Can Donovan keep Kate alive long enough to find out who’s trying to kill her?

This was a good story, but it was bogged down by incorrect words and odd assumptions. The one that comes to mind immediately is the description of Donavan’s house being very cramped at just under 1000 square feet, with only one bedroom and one bathroom. I live in a house that’s under 1000 square feet and it has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and a living room and it’s not cramped. I just felt like this could have used a few good proof readers to ask the obvious questions and fix the mistakes. I was also bothered by the fact that Kate knew what had really happened the night of her brother’s death and still blamed Donovan all these years later. I’ll eventually get around to reading the rest of the books in this series, but it might be a while.

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