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GIRL LONG GONE
by Danielle M. Haas
Publication Date: May 25, 2020
Genres / Tropes: Adult, Entangled: Amara, Romantic Suspense, Mystery, BODYGUARD/PROTECTOR
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NICUnurse’s Review of Girl Long Gone by Danielle M. Haas
Girl Long Gone is the first book I’ve ever read by this author. But I’m a romantic suspense junkie so I’m always up for reading those type of books by new-to-me authors. With that said, let’s jump right in!
What I liked about the book: The story flowed well, the writing was good, and the action was fast-paced. All great elements to a really good romantic suspense book.
What I didn’t like about the book: While there was some mystery to the story, I honestly think the mystery could have been a little better. Now, I understand there are time constraints and sometimes word count constraints authors have to work with, so giving this author the benefit of the doubt here that maybe something like that played into how the story was laid out. While there was some mystery surrounding who helped the villain, I think the story could have been explosive if the author had made us guess a bit more regarding who the villain actually was. So in that aspect, I was a little disappointed.
NICUnurse’s Rating: I’ve stated a few times in the last few months’ reviews that this pandemic and shelter-in-place has had me in a weird headspace, so I realize that could also be shaping how I view this book. All in all, Girl Long Gone was an entertaining read. It might not have been couldn’t put it down entertaining, but it wasn’t a waste of my time by any stretch of the imagination. I’d love to see the author stretch her legs a bit and show us a book with even more twists and turns to it to keep us readers guessing a bit more than this one did. I see the potential to do that even in this story, so I hope she’ll do that in her next romantic suspense book. I’ll be looking for it! And I’m probably going to run to Amazon and download a couple more of her books. She has me intrigued and I guess that’s the goal, right?
I give Girl Long Gone by Danielle M. Haas 4 out of 5 propellers!
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ABOUT DANIELLE M. HAAS
Danielle grew up with a love of reading, partly due to her namesake—Danielle Steele. It seemed as though she was born to write out the same love stories she devoured while growing up.
She attended Bowling Green State University with a dream of studying creative writing, but the thought of sharing her work in front of a group of strangers was enough to make her change her major to Political Science.
After college she moved across the state of Ohio with her soon-to-be husband. Once they married and had babies, she decided to stay home and raise her children. Some days her sanity slipped further across the line to crazy town so she decided to brush off her rusty writing chops and see what happened.
Danielle now spends her days running kids around, playing with her beloved dog, and typing as fast as she can to get the stories in her head written down. She loves to write contemporary romance with relatable characters that make her readers’ hearts happy, as well as fast-paced romantic suspense that leaves them on the edge of their seats. Her story ideas are as varied and unpredictable as her everyday life.