Cavanaugh Encounter by Marie Ferrarella
Cavanaugh Encounter by Marie Ferrarella released on Aug 08, 2017 is available now for purchase.
About the Author
This USA TODAY bestselling and RITA ® Award-winning author has written more than two hundred books for Harlequin Books and Silhouette Books, some under the name Marie Nicole. Her romances are beloved by fans worldwide. Visit her website at www.marieferrarella.com.
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Cavanaugh Encounter based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
What mostly stayed with me from this story was the fun banter between Luke Cavanaugh O'Bannon and Francesca "Frankie" DeMarco. They seemed to love to irritate each other, and I often felt for Luke's partner who had to be the third wheel with these two love birds. Because not only were they ribbing each other, they also had a great chemistry between them, both mentally and physically. The murder mystery was puzzling and fascinating. The clues were there, there are some viable evidence or at least links between the victims of the serial killer, yet there were also the mundane tasks the detectives had to perform, the time consuming, energy burning investigation that could have been so frustrating and discouraging if the detectives were not such professionals. I liked how the mystery played out, how you got the feeling of the detective work in a realistic way, and how the solution came from the left without further fanfare and surprised even this seasoned mystery reader. Yes, the Cavanaugh books have a little formulation thing going, you know there is going to be a big case where the relatives help them to solve it, the partner is new, they are reluctant to go to the family feast at the uncle's house, but end up loving it and lose the track of time, and then the romance develop - but the stories have a nice flow, they are written well and entertain the mind for an evening, and the fact that there are actually so many of them, and they all work in the law enforcement, it is kind of enticing and charming in itself. A good mystery with fun romance between appealing characters ~ Four Spoons
Always a pleasure to visit the Cavanaugh family again! The murder case was interesting and caught my attention quickly, and even though the sass and snark between the main characters was fun, there just wasn't a great connection pulling me in there. Still a pleasant read! When her cousin is found dead of an apparent drug overdose, Detective Frankie DeMarco isn't buying it. She sets her sights on finding out what really happened and winds up working what looks to be a serial killer case with Detective Luke Cavanaugh O'Bannon. Luke isn't happy when Frankie comes up with the idea to use herself as bate on a dating website they think the killer is finding his victims on, but she won't take no for an answer. Can he manage to keep her safe when the killer comes knocking?