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Deadly Beginnings

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  • Posted February 10, 2014

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    This prequel to The Deadly (Kincaid Brothers) series is a thrill

    This prequel to The Deadly (Kincaid Brothers) series is a thrilling read that keeps the reader on their toes.
    RN Kaitlyn O’Reilly thought she had found love with a well liked and charming surgeon, but once engaged the good doctor became the stuff of nightmares and Kaitlyn hasn’t been able to find a way out.  Jock Kincaid knows that the beautiful – but engaged – redhead he met at a fund-raising gala is exactly what’s been missing from his life. When he finally meets her again, he swears that not only is he not letting her get away again, but to protect her from the deranged doctor bent on destroying them both.
    This steady to fast paced plot keeps readers on their toes with suspense, drama and romance.  The author paints such a vivid picture of each scene that the reader feels as if they are taking part in the unfolding drama.  The characters are strong, compelling and easily related to.  
    The attraction between Kaitlyn and Jock sizzles with passion and captures the heart of the reader. Kaitlyn has a strong personality, but becomes vulnerable to this madman and unfortunately the only way she can think to get out would be to give everything she’s worked for up, but she doesn’t want him to win and reader’s not only empathize with her, but can certainly understand where she’s coming from. Jock is a wonderful and charming character that reminds readers of a knight in shining armor.
    The tension builds as the doctor tries to have things his way, but the romance takes the reader’s breath away and brings tears of happiness to their eyes during a couple of scenes.  I love how the author ended the story with a look at the how the couple’s life turned out in the future which in turn teases the reader’s with glimpses of the other books in the series, which unfortunately I have not read… yet.  

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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