Posted October 5, 2017 by Allie Burke in Books

Review: Tag by Shari Ryan

Shari Ryan
Romantic Suspense
7 November 2014 by Booktrope Editions

Another beautiful piece of art from Shari Ryan.

I am a grand fan of this author, starting with her Schasm series, for her gorgeous pen and her suspenseful style in the romance genre. Tag delivers on all fronts, and then some.

The novel’s opening gives the reader no time to catch up, and never lets up from there. Like all of Ryan’s novels, the tension is artfully crafted, leaving a burn of anticipation at the edge of every chapter. Falling into Tango and Cali’s dark story is as easy as breathing.

Ryan is a superb storyteller and existence-weaver, and her presence thus far in the NA genre has been refreshing and exciting. I can’t wait for her next title.

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Allison “Allie” Burke is a published novelist and editor who enjoys Weird Things like reading six YA novels in a day, drinking coffee at all the wrong times, and rambling on about Things No One Has Ever Heard Of to people who are not really listening. She loves vampires – but only on TV, not in books (except that one time) – and expresses herself using the F-word more in a day than is acceptable in any human being’s lifetime. She often Capitalizes Things That Are Not Technically Supposed To Be Capitalized, like that one girl from that one book. Her favorite book is The Fault In Our Stars, and she is terrified of Good Books Being Turned Into Movies That Suck.