A review of this — 5 years ago
It starts off good enough. Alex is an ex-Miss USA who lives by herself in a cabin studying mountain lions. One afternoon she sees a man fall out of a very low flying plane, and like any normal person, she decides to save him. Tag wakes up tied to her bed in her little cabin and tries to get Alex to untie him, but she is smart and doesn’t trust him. She is right not to play right into his hands, because he is just using her to find something, and their ‘chance meeting’ with him being rescued by her was just a set up.
Alex’s cabin is soon set on fire, and since she pretty much lives out in the middle of nowhere, she has no choice but to set off with Tag and try to figure out what is going on.
As much as I liked the first book, All jacked up-(read my review of it here.) I did not care too much for this one. Half way through the book I started skimming the pages, and I only finished it because I can’t stand to have another DNF. I really don’t like those.
The dialogue started to drag, the inner turmoil got repetitive, and the plot was rather boring.
I’ll give Tag, your it a C-. The first half of the book was worthwhile, and Jackass, Alex’s horse was a hoot, but I’m afraid that this book lacked the snappy dialogue and excitement that was plentiful in All jacked up.