Two reviews: The Last Thing I Remember; White Chocolate Moments

The Last Thing I Remember by Andrew Klavan was one of those books I picked up at my mom's house. It was not the kind of book I would have picked, but I needed things to read, and there it was. I was caught up in the plot quickly. The writing was not very well done, but it was attention grabbing. Charlie West, a 17 year old high school student, went to sleep in his own bed one night and woke up strapped to a table in a torture chamber. The story was fast-paced and suspenseful. But the ending, which was definitely a cliff-hanger, ruined the story for me. This was the first book of a series, and I probably won't be looking for the others.

White Chocolate Moments was a book I picked out. I have read books by Lori Wick before, but it has been quite a while, and I really couldn't remember them. I was so unimpressed by White Chocolate Moments that I didn't fully finish it! I hate to leave a book unfinished. I decided just to skim it. I thought it was not well-written. The characters were very flat. The plot was very predictable. The best things about the book was the title. who can resist white chocolate?