The Common Thread

The Common Thread Dr Nicole Coussart and Katie Finan seem to have no common thread but the one they discover will change both of their lives Nic has lived a privileged life as the only child of two physicians but she

  • Title: The Common Thread
  • Author: Jaime Maddox
  • ISBN: 9781626391901
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dr Nicole Coussart and Katie Finan seem to have no common thread, but the one they discover will change both of their lives Nic has lived a privileged life as the only child of two physicians, but she s not happy Her career as an ER doctor isn t just like on TV, and she s convinced she ll never find a woman who lives up to her high expectations Katie has struggled sincDr Nicole Coussart and Katie Finan seem to have no common thread, but the one they discover will change both of their lives Nic has lived a privileged life as the only child of two physicians, but she s not happy Her career as an ER doctor isn t just like on TV, and she s convinced she ll never find a woman who lives up to her high expectations Katie has struggled since running away from home as a teenager Now the father of her children has been shot and the killer is after her As these two women s worlds become tangled, a secret is uncovered that sends Nic spinning into the arms of DEA Attorney Rae Rhodes Rae helps Nic make decisions that redefine her life as she learns to live and laugh and love for the first time.

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    One thought on “The Common Thread

    1. Anne

      Two stars because the writing is pretty decent and because the chemistry between the couples is nice, but I wouldn't recommend this book.There are more POVs than necessary. When a chapter is getting interesting, the author presents another character or fact and your chance to connect with the story is gone. She was probably trying to keep her readers engaged, but it was frustrating to me.I’m ok with some “coincidences” here and there, but ALL the characters in this book are interconnected. [...]

    2. Christine

      I would like to thank Net Galley and Bold Strokes Books for the free download of The Common Thread in exchange for an honest review.The Common Thread is a very good book by promising new author Dr. Jaime Maddox. Being a newly retired physician, I was, of course, attracted to the cover depicting a woman in a white coat, as well as to the intriguing title and to the fact that the author is a practicing MD. Though there are some background medical themes to this book as well as some suspense, this [...]

    3. Ty

      This was a bit of a hot mess. The first 40% was almost entirely exposition about characters, with little action in the plot and next to no dialogue. After that it picked up, and I hoped it was finding its footing, but different plot threads just kept pulling it all over the place. This is the second book I’ve read by Maddox, and both have had a unique premise, but struggled with execution.

    4. Justina

      This story was fun, heartwarming, with a touch of danger, the warmth of friendship and family, and some hot lovin'…a great combo! Additionally there is a fabulous reunion affecting two women in ways they could not imagine or envision. Plus a great balance between city and country settings unfolds as the initially illusive common thread blossoms before my eyes. Simply delightful!Katie Finan is in trouble. The father of her two children's associate is carrying a gun and firing it all over the pl [...]

    5. Sarah

      I got an advance copy from Netgalley for an honest review.This was a romance and a thriller/mystery thrown together and it really worked well. The book opens up with Katie telling the father of her kids she does not want to sleep with him and leads to events that has her leaping off her roof, running through alleys from a bullet and dressing up as a child protective agent to get her kids out of the hospital. In this situation is Jet who’s she’s started to fall in love with and helps her in a [...]

    6. Annabelle Bass

      The Common Thread got four stars from me. Nicole was a very interesting person but I really just wanted to slap her. She was like a little kid stuck in a grown woman's body. She was very prone to jealousy and if she didn't get things her way she pouted. I know she grew up with a privileged family and has a great job but that is no reason to make others feel bad or look down on them. Her twin was much better and I loved the fact that she looked out for her kids. I found it funny that they grew up [...]

    7. fleegan

      I can dig a romance book every now and then because sometimes you don’t want a complicated story. You just want to read about some folks gettin’ it on, or whatnot. Other than the overly complicated plot (the whole drug dealer/murder plot was insanely unbelievable) and the plot device children, I did like the characters and the love stories part. Yeah, stories, plural. This book is a two-fer.The Katie/Jet relationship is sort of mostly established as the story begins. The Nic/Rae love story i [...]

    8. Isobel

      This was interesting but the sheer number of point of view characters spoiled the way that the threads came together for me.

    9. Elisa Rolle

      The Common Thread by Jaime Maddox: reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwid 2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention (5* from at least 1 judge)

    10. Heinerway

      I give three stars to 'The Common Thread', although I think it had the potential for more than that.

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