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Author: Metsy Hingle
ISBN: 1551667142
Publisher: Mira (December 1, 2003)
Language: English
Category: Erotica
Size ePUB: 1942 kb
Size Fb2: 1287 kb
Size DJVU: 1285 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book Flash Point (MIRA) epub download

by Metsy Hingle

Metsy Hingle is the award-winning, best-selling author of seventeen novels

Metsy Hingle is the award-winning, best-selling author of seventeen novels. Known for creating powerful and passionate stories, Metsy's own life reads like the plot of a romance novel-from her early years in a New Orleans' orphanage and foster care to her long, happy marriage to her husband Jim and the rearing of their four children.

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Flash Point by Lynn S. Hightower.

Tormented by visions of murder, New York photographer Kelly Santos becomes the prime suspect in the brutal death of a man, and is forced to place her trust in homicide detective Jack Callaghan--an alliance that plunges them both into a killer's twisted game that is linked to her past. Original.
I have this book in paperback and liked it a lot. I was glad to see that it was available on Kindle and happily replaced my paperback. This is a well written rainy day or beach type of read. It wouldn't go in my desert island pile, but it is a solid, enjoyable book.

As the synopsis says, the heroine is a psychic and the hero is a homicide detective. They are likeable characters, but as another reviewer said, the book was light on the romance. There was no real passion, and by that, I don't mean sex. I felt as if the love was a bit lukewarm. The author actually voiced the problem. In one scene, the hero's mother is contemplating his relationship with the heroine, and she was concerned that the heroine was so self-contained that the passion needed for a relationship was missing. Then she saw the passion in the heroine's photography, and was relieved. The problem for the reader is that we need to see it expressed between the hero and the heroine, and not in the heroine's work. So the romance was a bit flat, but it was pleasant.

The writer almost seemed to be setting the scene for sequels. Instead of putting more focus on the romance between the heroine and hero, she hinted at the possibility of a romance between the hero's brother and a family friend. She actually did include a side romance between the hero's sister and a family friend. They were all nice characters and their inclusion added to the reader's understanding of the hero and heroine. I liked having them present, but they diluted the central romance.

The mystery/suspense part of the book was stronger than the romance. As one reviewer said, this was not a thrilling story, but it was still entertaining and it engaged me. I easily guessed who the villainess was, but that didn't matter. The entire journey from start to finish was what was important. I reread books I have enjoyed, because it doesn't matter if I know the ending, as long as the writer offers a worthwhile story that takes me on a journey to another place. I never understand readers who feel a book is spoiled if they know who the villain is or know the ending. Descriptive prose, well written characterizations, dialogue, setting and plot are what attracts me to a book. This book was well written and held my interest, even beyond my first reading of it.

I recommend this book to anyone wanting a pleasant, simple, entertaining story with a bit of romance and a bit of suspense. It has some mild sex scenes, but they are a minor part of the book. Anyone wanting a one hundred percent clean read will want to avoid it. Anyone wanting a lot of hot sex and a fast paced, breathtaking thriller would probably be disappointed in this book. It is simply an undemanding book that is perfect for when ones to relax and curl up with a good book. I definitely recommend it.
I wasn't sure about this book when I bought it. But now I am glad I did. I read it in one sitting, that tells you I enjoyed it. It is not a spine tingling adventure, however it was entertaining.
Kelly Santos is an orphan, she returns to New Orleans when her mentor, Sister Grace dies. She also has the SIGHT, and it is very strong in her. It has kept her separated from most other people. She is a photographer. Always keeping the lens between her and the world.
She sits in a restaurant and when she picks up a paper, she sees a murder, not knowing if it has already taken place, or if it is in the future, she contacts the police.
This brings her into contact with Jack Callaghan, a detective, in the NOPD. Jack remembers her from school, he also remembers that she is the one who told him to follow his heart into law enforcement. When the body is found he is assigned to the case.
From here on it is a fast-paced adventure, romance, with a little paranormal activity thrown in.
I liked it. It was fun to read. The story flowed easily and didn't get bogged down. It is not a 5 star read, but easily a 4 star read. A wonderful way to pass a rainy afternoon.
I hardily recommend this book.
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From the back cover:

Is a picture worth a thousand words...when it exposes a deadly truth?

New York photographer Kelly Santos hides behind her camera and her talent, where no one can know about her tragic past...or the visions that haunt her.

Now the past is reaching out to her, calling her back to her native New Orleans, to the hidden danger that waits. From the moment Kelly returns she is plagued by visions of murder. But no one believes her--until a man turns up dead, and Kelly becomes the prime suspect. Seeking the help of homicide detective Jack Callaghan, she sets out to prove her innocence.

But Kelly's quest for answers is leading them both on a treacherous path to the heart of a sinster secret--and to a killer who is prepared to finish a grim and deadly task begun many years ago. Soon past, present and future will collide in an explosive, shattering flash point.

And my review:

I bought this book because I'd really enjoyed another of this author's books, BEHIND THE MASK. I thought that it had a really good balance of suspense and romance, so I was expecting a satisfying read from FLASH POINT.

But while the mystery / suspense part of this book was well executed, I felt that the romance kind of got pushed to the side. It never really felt like an important part of the book. For one thing, the reader has to wait quite a while before even getting introduced to the hero. Every time a male character came into play, I'd flip to the back of the book and be frustrated that it still wasn't the hero. The hero finally gets introduced, but then the reader has to wait even longer before the hero and heroine interact. When their first meeting does take place, it's brief, and we have another long wait before they're even in the same room again.

There were a ton of characters to keep straight. It wasn't very confusing, but it did get frustrating. There were just so many plotlines going on at the same time, and I kept wondering why the author was neglecting the romance to develop so many stories at once. Some of them felt rather superfluous to the main story. I found myself double-checking the genre marked on the spine. Sure enough, it says "Romance", but the actual story doesn't seem to truly reflect that. I think that this book would have been more aptly labled as suspense or mystery, rather than romance, as there isn't much romance in it.

So if you're looking for an interesting mystery with a touch of the paranormal (the heroine's psychic flashes were well handled, believable and interesting), then you'll enjoy FLASH POINT. But if you like your romantic suspense to have more romance in it than just a sprinkle, I would recommend you try BEHIND THE MASK by the same author, or something by Tina Wainscott.