This may be a bit shocking, so brace yourself. This is the first ever Jo Goodman review where I am not going to gush. Not that I didn’t like it. It just wasn’t what I have come to expect when I pick up a Goodman book. I’m not disillusioned. Not yet anyway. I figure every author deserves a second chance. Or a third. Or a fourth. [Ed.: Float your cursor over the cover to see some 1980’s cover goodness.]
Seaswept Abandon had one plot device that I really dislike. Amnesia. There’s some cases where it works (Mirror Image by Sandra Brown), but in this case I really didn’t like it. Of course I continued to read the book and tried to be unbiased. This worked…for the most part.
Read the rest of my review here.