Detective Luke Callahan called for FBI
assistance on a case, but heís not pleased when the agent who
shows up turns out to be his ex-wife, Christine. Christine is
only in Stone Rose to close the case and win herself a
promotion. She doesnít expect to have lingering feelings
surface or to have to deal with an unbelievable situation.
Will the trials they are about to go through bring them
together, or tear them apart forever?
Stone Roses had great
atmosphere and an incredibly interesting premise. I loved the
unusual shapeshifter and ghost elements. Unfortunately, the
storyline was also somewhat confusing. So many things were
happening at once that I felt the story ought to be a great
deal longer to truly accommodate them all. Luke and Christine
came off as rather unrealistic, with Christine starting off as
cold and vindictive and then suddenly transforming into a
loyal, loving wife, and Luke seeming like a smug good olí boy
at times, and a caring, protective man at others. The idea of
Stone Roses was very cool, and I was really
disappointed that I didnít enjoy the story more. Alicia
Sparks is clearly a very creative writer, and I think I would
enjoy something she wrote in a longer format, but I just canít
recommend this one.