I chose this book because it sounded good, the title and back cover blurb – from the e-Harlequin book site. The cover is fun, and I figured I’d enjoy something different – a fun, adventurous contemp (I prefer historical but will dip into a fast mystery read) for a change of pace. Turns out No One Lives Twice surprised me more than I expected.
For one thing, it had some great twists. Quirky characters besides a heroine who is more real (geeky, not always perfect) than the usual heroine, plus a very good plot line. While it did remind me halfway through of Stephanie Plum between two sexy guys, Moffett is no copycat – she keeps the readers’ interest high and guessing until the end.
I truly enjoyed this book, enough to pick up the second one. I’ve noticed the cover art has changed, with a “target” motif and silhouette figure. Either way, isn’t it what’s inside that counts?
Recommended as a fun, complex and satisfying read.