Continental Divide - Laura Harner, Lisa Worrall I am so conflicted about this book. On the one hand, it's got all the elements that I like in stories: sexy cops, posh British people, an good plot (with a subject that I personally find very interesting), opposite-but-complimentary MCs, crazy sexual tension, a bit of suspense, a bit of drama... On the other hand, I totally overdosed on my suspension of disbelief medication. Almost everything that happened was ridiculously unlikely: from the flimsy leaps in deductive reasoning, to the unprofessional police procedure, to the mother of all coincidences all but shoving the solution in the MCs faces, I just couldn't swallow much more. For all that, I did enjoy it and am keen to read the sequel, but now I just have to wait and see if I'll suffer from any side-effects.