Into the Night (Killer Instinct Series #3)

Into the Night (Killer Instinct Series #3)

by Cynthia Eden
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Into the Night (Killer Instinct Series #3)

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Into the Night (Killer Instinct Series #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Honolulubelle 4 days ago
My Rating: 4 Favorite Quotes: She felt as if she’d shattered into a million pieces and then been put together all wrong. I just want to fall asleep in your arms and know that, for a few moments, I’m safe. Because that’s what you are to me, Bowen… You’re my safety in a storm. My Review: I fell right into this intense and intriguing story during its extremely powerful and harrowing prologue. I felt gripped by my hair and the tension in my neck did not relent until the last chapter. This was my first time reading Cynthia Eden and had no idea what to expect, I now expect to be reading her crafty tales quite often. The premise was interesting and the writing was well paced, wily, and compelling. Although the FBI didn’t like the idea of a killer besting them and taunting them with it, I rather fancied the idea of a killer killing off loathsome predators and wondered – why not let him be - until I realized there was collateral damage to innocents as well since killers aren’t all that discriminating… silly me for not thinking that through. And in the midst of all that hunting and chasing and slicing and dicing, a sweet and steamy love story blossomed – oh yeah… I liked that… I really like that a lot.
Anonymous 5 days ago
This was scary and sexy.
BooksAndSpoons 5 days ago
With nonstop twists in the plot, this serial killer hunt kept me mesmerized until the end. The gory, grisly crimes, the constant guessing of the possible culprits, the struggle to get just one step ahead of him, to survive, to save just one of his victims, to live through his attacks, it had me on my toes, on the edge, holding my breath, making the book impossible to put down until I knew for sure that there was a deliverance from the evil, from the chase for survival. The gloomy crimes took the story into the deep, dark, dangerous corners of a twisted human mind. The danger and threat are palpable in the air, the possibilities to survive are meager, the endless opportunities to hide in the vast environment of the Smokies gives the sick and twisted hunter an upper hand. The constantly adding numbers of the victims feel devastating, the struggle to feel compassion towards the prey, as they are as vicious killers as the hunter, is overwhelming. No one is safe, as it seems the mastermind has an access to the deepest thoughts and secrets of the FBI agents trying to capture him. Yes, the suspense is intense, dark, and sinister but it is balanced by the light that comes from the developing relationship between the FBI partners Macey Night and Bowen Murphy. The passion between them is ardent and eager, as the long-simmered emotions finally cascade into the freedom, overflowing despite the rules of the FBI. I loved the connection between Macey and Bowen, while it was tight and strong, filled with passion, there was fragile tenderness in it as well. The need to protect, to keep each other safe even more urgent because of their shadowy history, their past encounters with the killers that they barely survived. A riveting story with fascinating, gripping, on-the-edge suspense and enthralling and alluring romance between the main characters who charmed me with their intriguing, hidden depths, their caring natures, and their need to protect. A thrill ride of a story that kept me up until the wee hours of the night, driven by the need to find justice for the innocent victims, for the culprits to be captured, and for hero and heroine to survive. Truly an unputdownable story, a great addition series focusing on the FBI's special agents' hunt of the serial killers. ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
beckymmoe 9 days ago
Phew--another edge-of-your-seat read in this series! Into the Night is a romantic suspense with many twists and turns...and then a few more twists thrown in, just for good measure. I lost track of how many side characters gave me creepy vibes (but yay, I was right about two of those creepy-vibe-givers, at least partially!) and whoa, so. Many. Murders. (and abductions. Those numbers were right up there too.) Seriously, this book was pretty relentless. I'm not sure when Macey and Bowen even had time to develop a relationship--though somehow they managed. ;) Overall I really enjoyed reading this. Though the ending did have a bit of a going-off-the-rails feel to it, ultimately it was en entertaining read that kept me firmly sitting on the very edge of my seat throughout. Fingers crossed that there is more to come! Rating: 4 stars / B+ I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Anonymous 15 days ago
## Wow. Pedal to the metal the entire time. There was no time to get bored with this one. It was very much like a Criminal Minds episode. Many clues, many suspects and just as many twists and turns. The romance was a little lighter in this installment, but no matter. Still fabulous! Well done Ms. Eden.
Anonymous 17 days ago
Loved it! Wonderful series!!
Anonymous 23 days ago
Cynthia Eden is one of my favorites. These characters are recurring members of the same team. The killers they hunt are both despicable and deranged. Start reading when you have plenty of time because it's hard to put down.
Marta Cox 23 days ago
Another twisting story about FBI profilers who have all been brought together due to their own pasts that connected them in some way to serial killers. Some are victims whilst others on the team are predators but all now share a burning desire for justice. Macey survived the diabolical 'The Doctor'and hoped he was dead but now it appears he is once again practicing his nefarious tortures . As she knows his opus operandi only too well Macey is sent to Gatlingburgh with her partner Bowen to investigate and discover if it is actually her nemesis or a copycat killer. This was never predictable and threw out all manner of conundrums as the author wove her story of revenge and a twisted sense of justice. It was fun seeing characters from previous books but I hasten to reassure other readers that I felt it worked as a standalone story. Amidst the madness and murder we also get a satisfying and passionate romance. For me though when at the end Bowen mentioned that Macey already had his heart it made me smile as yes it's very much a happy ending and there's nothing wrong with that! This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair