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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

The Departed by Shiloh Walker is a riveting story that will ling

The Departed by Shiloh Walker is a riveting story that will linger with you long after you have finished reading.

FBI Special Agent Taylor Jones has gathered a team of unusual agents. Each has a special talent that normal agents do not possess. Desiree Lincoln is one s...
The Departed by Shiloh Walker is a riveting story that will linger with you long after you have finished reading.

FBI Special Agent Taylor Jones has gathered a team of unusual agents. Each has a special talent that normal agents do not possess. Desiree Lincoln is one such agent. Dez can speak to the departed and try to bring them closure so they can pass on to the next world.
Taylor is haunted by the death of his little sister for over twenty five years. He is also deeply attracted to Dez and this has him torn in many directions. With agent Taylor the team and the mission always comes first.

Dez is bombarded on all sides by the dead and their wishes. It begins to take a toll on her health. Her last mission she was seriously wounded and it brought out her feelings for her boss. One night of searing passion with Taylor has Taylor wanted to protect Dez and to keep her safe. But Dez has ideas of her own and leaves the team.

Many months later Dez finds herself drawn to Taylor’s home town. When a murdering is on the loose Taylor’s team is called in to help. Dez and Taylor are forced to work together before the body count rises any higher.

Working together again has those strong feelings of attraction to come roaring back. Will Dez and Taylor’s renewed feelings survive a killer bent on revenge?

The Departed is another excellent book by Shiloh Walker. The book is fast paced and the tension is riveting. It’s a story that will haunt you. I love a good romantic suspense book and this is a gem.

posted by Judy_F on April 6, 2012

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2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Not a romance

I don't mind the supernatural elements but 200 of the 235 pages are devoted to solving gruesome murders. "The Missing" was much better in the romance department.

posted by 8509126 on February 4, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2012

    Not a romance

    I don't mind the supernatural elements but 200 of the 235 pages are devoted to solving gruesome murders. "The Missing" was much better in the romance department.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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