PERSONAL RATING SYSTEM:
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT – ***
PLOT – ****
FLOW – ****
GRAMMAR/EDITING – ***
ON A REVIEW SITE:
I couldn’t wait to read Common Denominator after reading the description. I love it when life long friendships are put to the test by a love interest one of them finds. There is something especially entertaining about seeing two people who are so obviously perfect for each other not be able to see it.
Paul and Jess are lifelong friends who have been through life’s ups and downs together and know each other inside out. When a young bombshell named Vanessa comes and sweeps Paul off his feet Jess is anything but happy for him.
Is she just being jealous because she finally sees what Paul still can’t, that they are perfect for each other? Or is there something actually wrong with Vanessa?
This is a perfectly paced book. The plot unveils itself just right to keep you turning the pages. Watch out for the ending, I didn’t see it coming.
Art can be messy. Art can get your ear cut off. Art can be deadly. Jess Freeman sees the painting on the wall but best friend, Paul Noland, finds a work of art beyond exquisite. When Paul falls for a young museum curator, he puts himself and Jess in the middle of a forgery scheme that could kill them both.