Ambient Light, an Angel McKenzie novel by Lorraine Adair

ambient light
Lorraine Adair tells a story of a good crowd caught in the web of a bad guy. Wrong time, wrong place, and drama follows.
The story is well told, the characters feel very real.  I got caught in the story pretty easily. But what I love most about the book is how the author changes the pace of the story telling. By doing so, Lorraine Adair invites the reader inside the novel. The book starts with a slow pace introduction of the characters and scene setting. Then, once the reader starts feeling familiar and at ease, chaos sets in, the pace picks up and the reader is caught in a whirlwind of events, in the company of the main character, Angel. And you don’t want to leave the book, until Angel is safe! Very clever writing.

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