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Rose populates her novel with vivid characters—like Steven's seven-year-old son Nicky, who was a character in Rose's previous novel—and stokes the tension to a fever pitch, throwing in shocking twists each time the story threatens to settle into predictability. The killer is slowly building up his confidence and starts taunting detective Thatcher trying to prove he is smarter than them and unstoppable. Eigentlich liest man kaum etwas über den Fall, sonder nur über die entstehende Liebesgeschichte zwischen den beiden Protagonisten. I was less convinced with Jenna's response to an issue that came up between her and Steven late in the book - it felt a bit too harsh given the nature of the issue and knowing Jenna's personality. D., is Brad's teacher, and upon his latest failing grade on a test for a class in which he'd previously done very well, Jenna can't keep from contacting his father any longer.

The plot is tightly drawn, the villain is uber creepy, scary, and sadistic, the heroine, teacher Jenna Marshall, is spunky and endearing, and the suspense is edgy and intense, but the hero, Special Agent Steven Thatcher, who played a key role in Don't Tell, really got on my nerves in this one.He also has a tumultuous family life to deal with, including three troubled sons, and a matchmaking aunt. Note: Opinions expressed in reviews and articles on this site are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of BookLoons. I understand the fact that he's under considerable, agonizing stress raising three boys as a widower and working on a high profile, gruesome serial killer case, but she was nothing but helpful with his kids, caring, supportive, nurturing, and genuine.

Even though the suspense is a serial killer (not my favorite baddie) and the romance is two people trying to sever ties to the past and move on (lots of baggage here), the humor makes everything not so morose. He is hunting a serial killer with a penchant for taking young cheerleaders, murdering, mutilating and dumping them for the police to find. I would suggest reading Don't Tell prior to this book so that you will have a better understanding and appreciation for the hero. I love the way, Karen Rose provided the twists and turned between her characters especially Special Agent Steven Thatcher and Dr Jenna Marshall.

The whole of it smacked a little like orchestrated melodrama, but even with that, my overall opinion of the romance is very positive. I had to admire his determination to put the killer behind bars after his own investigation went south, but on the other hand, he irritated me a bit when he tried to put the moves on Jenna. Being cheated on by a previous partner is no excuse for such tantrums, and in my experience, men who behave this way do not change with time. She keeps contact with her deceased fiance's family and her best friend is another teacher at the school she works for, High Point High School. Jenna is having trouble of her own, in the form of a failing football player, whom she has flunked and thus removed from the football team.

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