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Posted August 14, 2012
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Posted October 2, 2012
## Good, but not great. The crime drama aspect was certainly good, but the romance was lacking. Both the hero and the heroine were very likeable however I didn't feel any romantic chemistry between them. And i don't like that the crime wasn't solved. I know it paves the way for another book but I don't have to like it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 22, 2012
Loved this book, I could not put it down. The Sheriff in a small Kansas town is notified by the Kansas City PD that his sister is murdered by a serial rapist. After telling his brothers and arranging his senior deputy to take over for awhile, he goes to Kansas City and straight to the Crime Scene. There the KCPD Psych, who also acts as their public affairs liasion, takes pity on him and escorts him to where his sister was murdered. From there the KCPD Detectives do not want him in their murder investigation, but eventually let him in because he brought new eyes to the serial killer and to the copy cat. All the while the Sheriff is inching his way into a romance with the lovely Psych. The story shows that not all small town law enforcement are country bumpkins.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 18, 2012
I have been reading Julie Millers books for years. I was not let down one bit with her last book. It was worth the wait. Her characters and plot come alive every time. The twist was one I did not see coming. Looking forward to the third book in this series. The nice part about Miller's books is that you don't have to read them in order to understand what is happening for each book could be a stand alone but is better when you read them to full protental so that you can celebrate with the main characters that are in the whole series when the big mystery is solved.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 28, 2012
4 STARS Sheriff Boone Harrison gets told that his little sister was
raped and murdered in the big city. He is still in his hometown the only
one of the 5 children and as the oldest he feels he let down his sister.
He plans to make sure her killer is found. Forensic psychologist Kate
Kilpatrick is on the red rose rape task force, she is also the police
media rep. She gets to talk to the reporters and help calm the city. Now
this rapist has now upped his violence to murder. She is at the scene
where the body was dumped talking to reporters when A cowboy with a gun
pulled her away and started to demand answers. Kate helped Boone with
some answers and when her car was defaced and blood used to threaten her
he is thier to help her. Both Kate and Boone had spouses that cheated on
them so it is hard to trust for both of them. They both are attracted to
each other. Boone plans to spend time helping to catch his sister's
killer and when he finds out that Kate is getting text threats he lets
her boss of the task force know and he agrees to help protect her. I
liked it but have problem of the next book in the series not coming out
till 2013. The problem i have with the story is he should not be in with
his sister's body while the medical examiner is working on her. Thier
were some twists that I guessed right and some I did not see coming. I
liked Kate character and would love to see more of her in upcoming
books. I was given this book to read in exchange of honest reviews from
Netgalley. 08/01/2012 PUB. Harlequin Imprint Harlequin Intrigue 224 pages
Posted October 15, 2012
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