Crash into Me

Crash into Me

by Jill Sorenson
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Crash into Me 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
QTfromNC More than 1 year ago
This was my first true Romance novel! It was very good and keep my interest throughout the whole book. I am a female police officer so I really could relate to some parts of it I give it two thumbs up!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has everything: suspense, strong characters, romance and a great story interwoven throughout. I haven't heard of this author before, but was glad I picked it up for wknd read. The dynamics between Sonny and Ben was palpable! Keen insights into teens as well...wonderfully written.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the book, happy to find a new author who writes suspense with emotion and romance. You can't help but love the characters. The setting is perfect and loved the story line. Can't wait to read another of her books!
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clr7483 More than 1 year ago
Entertaining.
rach84 More than 1 year ago
this was a great book. one of my new favorites. gives you the romance with a story.
harstan More than 1 year ago
FBI Agent in Charge Leland Grant assigns Special Agent Sonora ¿Sonny¿ Vasquez to investigate the SoCal Strangler killings in the ritzy Torrey Pines section of San Diego. The prime suspect is world class professional surfer Ben Fortune, whose wife Olivia died three years ago in a similar but sloppier stabbing. A drifter confessed to the killing of Olivia, but recanted just before he committed suicide. The only clue to the rape and strangling is fiber from a wet suit.

Being from San Diego, Sonny uses the name Summer Moore when she notices Ben¿s out of wedlock sixteen year old daughter Carly sneak out of their upscale home at night. She follows only to see Carly dive in to the cold Pacific; Summer follows her into the water and rescues Carly. The teen informs her dad Summer rescued her. He invites Summer to a casual dinner to which she says no until he explains Carly will be there too. Ben¿s best friend John Thomas ¿JT¿ Carver arrives to insure Carly is okay. Carly was not committing suicide as she accidentally slipped from a rock. Instead she is a cutter. Her friend Lisette Bruebaker sneaks into Ben¿s bed as she wants sex with him. He is startled and tells her to leave; Lisette runs out of the house. Soon afterward, Lisette is found dead at sea by Carly¿s "pretend" boyfriend and his family; the evidence points towards Ben, whom Summer likes.

The lead couple is a strong paring as each brings issues to the relationship as well as the problem of her being an undercover cop investigating him. The support cast is solid as they enhance either the story line or insight into the lead couple. Although the discovery of Sonny¿s expanded family is a bit too much coincidence, the investigation into the serial killings is cleverly done as the audience will enjoy this well written surf¿s up police procedural romance.

Harriet Klausner