Live Bait

Live Bait The greatest weapon against a serial killer A girl with no fear There s been a murder And it isn t part of some FBI training exercise Late one night in the middle of a rainstorm Gaia and her roommat

  • Title: Live Bait
  • Author: Francine Pascal
  • ISBN: 9780689878220
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback
  • The greatest weapon against a serial killer A girl with no fear.There s been a murder And it isn t part of some FBI training exercise Late one night, in the middle of a rainstorm, Gaia and her roommate stumbled upon an actual killing Since they were the only ones to glimpse the perp, headquarters has granted Gaia and Catherine temporary FBI badges to solve the case WaThe greatest weapon against a serial killer A girl with no fear.There s been a murder And it isn t part of some FBI training exercise Late one night, in the middle of a rainstorm, Gaia and her roommate stumbled upon an actual killing Since they were the only ones to glimpse the perp, headquarters has granted Gaia and Catherine temporary FBI badges to solve the case Way to hit the ground running.But the investigation is not like a TV show It s gruesome It s frustrating It s real.When the killer strikes again, they realize this isn t a one shot deal, either Gaia tries to piece together some clues, but there s no real lead to go on And without a profile, the next victim could be anyone Anyone at all.

    One thought on “Live Bait”

    1. Where did my angst-ridden always kicking-ass Gaia go. She lost a fight because she wanted to kiss him. :/

    2. I really do like these books, and they're definitely fast-paced and easy reads. Unfortunately, there are a fair number of glaring editing problems - one character asked how she was going to solve her own murder, since the wrong name was mistakenly interjected into her dialogue - and the dynamic between Gaia and Will is so immediately hot and cold it's like an induction burner being turned on and off. It's disjointed and lacks reason, so that part of the story really doesn't hold much interest fo [...]

    3. The main character in these books has some strange physiological flaw that doesn't allow her to feel fear and she is worried that people will find out and think she a freak. She is training to be an FBI agent. Would it be the end of the world if her partners KNEW? I don't think so. Sorry, I can't buy into her worry. Also, this book went NOWHERE. I read the whole thing and the story/plot had not moved one inch from beginning to end. If you read the first book and somehow enjoyed it, I recommend s [...]

    4. Now the second book was BY FAR BETTER. I liked the way this one played out and how her character really developed and is actually showing her mature. I love the way they have made each character very individual and different. But I REALLY hope that Gaia goes back to New York for Ed and all her friends. I think it's just stupid that she just leaves and never goes back but in a way I guess I understand because if everybody could just pack up and move they would.

    5. I really like the character of Gaia, but with this installment of her story, I didn't like her as much. I thought her love/infatuation with Will was more of a distraction than a love match, for Gaia, in my opinion. I liked Live Bait, but I felt like it was a band-aid book to fill in some holes for what will be happening next. While that's important for the story line, I really missed the real Gaia.

    6. This book continues straight from where the last book finished. This book is just as great as the first book the only problem I have with it was it was too short and I know have to wait 2-3weeks for the next book to come over from America. I was glad to see that though she maybe fearless she isn't heartless as shown through her interactions with Will and Catherine.

    7. Book completely left me hanging! Story was pretty good but resolves nothing and wants you to read the next one which I don't have!

    8. For me, Live Bait just barely garnered two stars. It started out all right, but I started losing patience towards the middle and found the end completely ludicrous.

    9. I liked this book and would recommend it to girls who like reading "who did it" novels combined with a pinch of romance.

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