Deadly Intent by Camy Tang

August 28, 2009

I finished reading DEADLY INTENT by Camy Tang.

What I loved about the book:

РThe main female character is half Japanese with green eyes, like my main male character who is half Korean with green eyes (and like my son :-))

– Camy’s writing is tight and pace moves so I don’t have to skim like I do other books. I love that!

– Even though it was a murder mystery, it wasn’t too scary or gory. I don’t handle scary stuff very well.

– I liked the end when the main male character (Devon) said, “God will protect us both.” It showed his spiritual growth without going into long drawn out explaination.

I think I’m going to re-read Tour de Force by Elizabeth White. I love that it is a book about dancers and the male character dances. How cool is that?


I Won!

August 2, 2009

I just found out that I won a free copy of “Deadly Intent” by Camy Tang.

Cathy Bryant, a wonderful writer and a critiquer has a blog, wordvessel.blogspot.com. She gives away books quite regularly. I don’t know how she does it, but I’m glad she does.

Camy Tang, the author of the book, is an Asian writer whose stories have Christian Asian American characters. I read her “Sushi for One?”. I liked that the main female character was a jock and enjoyed reading about the big family.¬†

Anyway, I’m really looking forward to reading Camy’s new Romantic Suspense.