Facing an obsessive killer proves to be easier than falling in love.
Task Force Hawaii, Book 4
The last person Drew Franklin wants to work with is Cat Kalakau. Their history makes it difficult being in the same room, let alone being joined at the hip during a case. Months ago, they’d shared a night filled with romance and a bit more, but that ended after he was shot. Since then, even their friendship seems to have fallen apart. But he will do his job, even if spending more time with her is killing him.
Working with Drew every day reminds Cat she’s to blame for his injury. It doesn’t matter that she wants him more than her next breath, or that every time he looks at her she melts into a puddle of lust. She needs to resist her own desires to protect him as they hunt a serial killer targeting wealthy men signed up for dating services.
Soon though, their time together proves to be too much. One fight leads to a kiss, which leads to so much more. Neither of them is prepared for the overwhelming need they have for each other or the connection they seem to have. But when Cat realizes Drew is the object of the killer’s obsession, she will do anything to protect him even if it means sacrificing her life for his
Great! But not the best of the series!
Enjoyed this book, it was great to join Task Force Hawaii once again for another drama filled investigation, but for me was not my favourite of the series.
We have obviously met Cat and Drew before and there have been lots and lots of sparks, these sparks explode into a full fireworks display......eventually! It is lovely to catch up with the rest of the team, their interactions, interfering ways and 'secret' bets only add to the entertainment. But for me this book was not quite as good as the first three in the series, not sure why, nothing I could pinpoint, it is well written as always, I just didn't enjoy it as much as the three before it.
Still a great series that I would recommend without hesitation.