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With her ex-lover and faithful partner, Steven Kemp, Bree thrusts herself into the case. It's not long before they believe two unrelated British men are connected to the attack. Michael is a womanizing artist with a ferocious appetite for rough sex. Simon is a wealthy free spirit looking for...
With her ex-lover and faithful partner, Steven Kemp, Bree thrusts herself into the case. It's not long before they believe two unrelated British men are connected to the attack. Michael is a womanizing artist with a ferocious appetite for rough sex. Simon is a wealthy free spirit looking for love in all the wrong places, but has one too many skeletons in his closet.
Bree struggles to determine fact from fiction when it comes to Michael and Simon but her attempts are blurred by Michael's manipulation and her sexual attraction to Simon, who Steven's convinced cannot be trusted.
Meanwhile the stalker does everything in his power to get close to Bree and his obsession evokes a spiral of violence.
Bree must trust her heart to find answers but her heart leads her to the most dangerous man of all.
Posted April 3, 2011
From the very first page,the suspense begins and that fast-paced tempo just continues to build throughout the book. Bree is a likeable detective whose life is surrounded by murder, psychos and love. While investigating a list of potential suspects for the brutal attack of her friend Cheyenne, Bree also has to juggle her own love life which has her caught in the middle between two men: her partner Steven and a mysterious new stranger-Simon. Given her history with Steven,it is hard for Bree to let go of her feelings for him; but Simon tries hard to win her over while wrestling with the secrets hiding in his own closet. But those two men are not the only ones vying for Bree's attention. An anonymous stalker decides to throw himself in the mix of both Bree's case and her love life; whether she wants him to or not. Through captivating twists and turns, Stacy Deanne keeps you on the edge of your seat with a suspenseful, 'Who Done It' which is a must read for the sheer enjoyment of figuring out the reasons 'Why'.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 12, 2011
The best thing about this book is that it's not predictable. Just when you think you've figured out who is doing what, Stacy-Deanne throws you off track and you're left going back to the drawing board to come up with another possible answer.
The story starts strong. Cheyenne is attacked, and her friend Brianna (Bree) comes in to investigate who did it. While on the case, Bree has to deal with a psycho stalker who calls her and makes sexually lewd comments--some of which were downright disgusting, which tells you how horrible this guy is. As a side note, I never guessed the correct identity of the stalker, no matter how many times I tried to guess. The final scene with him left chills down my spine. The guy was a real psycho!
But the bulk of the plot revolves around finding out who attacked Cheyenne. These were memorable characters because they were all three dimensional. Each one had their good and bad points, and I must admit even though Michael was not a 'good guy', his humor still pulled me into liking his character.
Probably the most intriguing character is Simon. It was hard to know where things fit with him. He became Bree's main love interest, and it drove Steven nuts. Since I like Steven for Bree, I actually enjoyed seeing Steven get jealous. I figure some day Steven and Bree will end up together, so I like the whole waiting period to see it happen. Meanwhile, I expect both of them will have love interests of their own, and in this book, it was Simon for Bree.
But Simon was hard to figure out. He came off as being nice, but there were somethings that made me wonder about him. I can't give away the story so I won't say what ended up happening. I'll just say it was bittersweet.
It's definitely the twists and turns that keep a person wanting to read this book. I don't think anyone will see what's coming because Stacy-Deanne is a master of suspense.
Posted March 12, 2011
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