I really wanted to like this book. I received it from the publisher to review, so I was excited for my first “publisher’s review” and I love crime novels, so I thought Full Disclosure was it.
But I just wasn’t a fan.
I struggled reading through it. I never seemed to be able to connect with the characters and if I can’t do that, then you kinda lose me. I couldn’t find a reason to root for Ann and Paul on the romance aspect of it, because it felt like they were making a deal to buy a house as opposed to starting a relationship. It’s not that I didn’t like them, they just lacked. Maybe it was the calculated ways of how Paul pursued the relationship (too much like diving into a case as opposed to a guy in love. Let’s throw some caution in the wind buddy!) or maybe it just wasn’t my style.
I blame it on Castle and Beckett. I love the chemistry they have and how they work together to solve murders around New York City.
I will say I enjoyed the case and murders they were following and trying to solve. I thought it was a very intriguing case with plenty of twists and turns. I love me some Criminal Minds, so hunting down the serial killer is always going to catch my attention.