Nine Questions About Nine Minutes

Caution: Do not continue with this entry if you have not already read the book!! I’ll try to keep them as general as possible just in case…

I could not fall asleep last night thinking about the conclusion to this story. Yes, there is a sequel planned for spring 2015. However, I have all of these questions circling in my mind. If anyone has any comments or answers, please share!

  1. Chapter 40 –  Does Ginny get a new tattoo, modify the existing tattoo, or remove the original tattoo?
  2. Chapter 42 – What is the secret about Delia? I’m thinking that she sold Ginny to Grizz?
  3. Chapter 42 –  Do we think that Ginny knows who set up Grizz?
  4. Chapter 42 & Epilogue – I’m confused, Tommy said that Grizz ordered a hit on Leslie, but the epilogue seems to indicate she needs “convincing”. Which is it?
  5. Chapter 42 & Epilogue – Do we think the article is coming out or no?
  6. Chapter 42 & Epilogue – I’m trying to determine exactly what secret would be released in the article. Is it Tommy’s indiscretions, because we already knew he was living with Cindy and that seemed acceptable?
  7. Chapter 42 & Epilogue – In his last conversation with Grizz, do we think Tommy learned how they are related?
  8. Epilogue – Did this discussion take place before or after Tommy’s final visit to Grizz?
  9. Preview – Do we think that Grunt kept Kit’s wallet with the altruistic intent of getting her life back for her work for the sole purpose of hurting Grizz?

Finished reading On My Knees by Meredith Wild

As I anxiously await the 4th installment of the Hacker series to be released on Dec 9, I was curious to fill my time with more writing by Meredith Wild. On My Knees is the first of the Bridge series. Each can be read as a standalone, as each is a tale of one of the Bridge siblings.

The 20263223story is told from his and her alternating views, which I love and admire as a writing ability. Cameron Bridge and Maya Jacobs fell in love during college. After Maya turns down Cameron’s marriage proposal, there is a period of years separation before Maya and Cam wind up living and working in the same city. The couple work towards building a new friendship while facing their personal demons, hoping to find the relationship that they once had.

The writing of Meredith Wild is beautiful. She weaves an interesting story, and I was pulled in. As much as I loved Cam, this is definitely not the Hacker series which has more storyline and stronger characters. It is entertaining, and a length that is good to the story. At times I was more concerned about Maya’s drinking problem than I was about her rekindling her relationship. She seemed to have a real problem that was too easily cured with a good man. Her naivety was a little unbelievable for me as far as her working relationships and the situation she finds herself in.

All in all, this was enjoyable and served as a nice romantic getaway over the Thanksgiving weekend. 3 Hearts