While I enjoyed the narrative of Charles and Renee and their children, the tertiary storylines barely kept my interest. I admit this may be because Crazy Like the Foxes was the second part of The Long-Timer Chronicles series, of which I have not read the first.
Finally, amnesia, in any form, is not a storyline I care to spend time reading.
Some other notes:
1. I would have appreciated if the book, although it is only 242 pages, would have been broken up into more than two chapters.
2. While they weren't as distracting and frequent as other books by independent authors I have read, there were numerous punctuation and grammar errors in the book. [Mr. Lupo, if you need an editor, I will work for cheap.]
Overall, I liked the book enough to find myself considering going back to read the first in the series and perhaps await a third.
***I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads Giveaways.***
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