The Honey Moon James Patterson Book Review

The Honeymoon James Patterson

The Honeymoon James Patterson

Book Synopsis 

Don’t give away the ending … don’t give away the beginning.

How does it feel to be desired by every man and envied by every woman? Wonderful. This is the life Nora Sinclair has dreamed about, the life she’s worked hard for, the life she will never give up. 

She doesn’t just attract men, she enthralls them. So why is FBI agent John O’Hara interested in Nora Sinclair? Mysterious things happen to people around her, especially the men. And there is something dangerous about Nora, something that lures O’Hara at the same time that it fills him with fear.

Is something dark hidden in the gaps of her past? As O’Hara spends more and more time getting to know her, is he pursuing justice? Or his own fatal obsession?

 

The honeymoon James Patterson book review 

I checked on Good Reads for the reviews of this book, as I always do. It has many bad reviews don’t know why I devoured it in three days and it’s not a short book.

So, The honeymoon starts with Nora, men want to be with her and women envy her, an unlikable character at its best. After the death of her fiance, Connor. John O’Hara an FBI agent posing as an insurance man steps in the scene and falls deeply and passionately for Nora. Nora however, goes only for rich men, why? To kill them… with her special omelet for their money.

In the honeymoon there are references to Hitchcock such as the great Rear Window, don’t be fooled it’s entertaining it’s not equal to the Master of suspense of himself.

This is my first time reading James Patterson I would say this a good book it’s not War and Peace or anything like that. The chapters are only two pages long which makes it a quick read, it’s fast-paced, the sex scenes were nicely done for its genre. 

 
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