And on top of everything else their were plot hole problems. Our heroin uses the heist as a diversion to escape her abusive relationship. The author reiterates over and over that Tamara has planned and timed her escape, even going so far as to ask her therapist for help; she plans to call the police and get her boyfriend arrested, yet, she has not timed the police's arrival and ends up literally out on a ledge. I can get over this, maybe her calculations were off or in a giant museum their was no place for her to hide. However I could not get over the random description; she's on a ledge and jumps, twisting her ankle in her fall. Further off she sees a woods in and tries to drag herself their, getting caught or injured on a wired fence that she doesn't see. Where do I begin, her escape plan is awful, who doesn't know that there's a woods behind the place she was going to rob or a wired fence? Where is this museum that there's a woods behind it? Who's plan involves jumping from a ledge like Batman?
I'm just sayin: I just couldn't get past so many errors. Maybe the book becomes great once you get past the sample, but I decided not to bet $3.99 on it. Click on the title above to check it out and form your ow opinion.