Hunting For A Killer Who Doesn't Play By The Rules.
Detective Erin Donovan expects life to settle down after the arrest and conviction of a serial rapist who terrorized her college town last summer. Then two young women are brutally slain and the murders bear all the hallmarks of the campus rapist. Did Erin arrest the wrong man? Her job is at stake and tensions are high. Just when it looks like things can't get worse, the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit sends a profiler to assist the investigation—in the form of a man Erin has never been able to forget.
Three years ago, former Marine scout sniper Darsh Singh’s feelings for Erin had him breaking all his rules. Now his only interest in the former NYPD detective is figuring out if she screwed up an investigation and helped send an innocent man to prison.
Being forced to work together rekindles their attraction, and as Darsh and Erin fall for each other, the predator fixates on the female detective hunting him. Can they identify the killer before he makes Erin his final victim?
WINNER of the BOOK BUYERS BEST for Romantic Suspense. Finalist in the National Excellence in Romance Fiction Awards, and the Booksellers' Best Award for Romantic Suspense.
All Toni Anderson’s books are excellent
I am a big fan of really well written romantic suspense and Toni Anderson is one of the best authors writing today in this genre. Her books always include intricately created suspense, strong women and heroes with well rounded characters accompanying their muscles. There is just the right amount of jeopardy, sizzle and humour and every aspect is meticulously researched. I can’t recommend Toni Anderson’s books highly enough if you enjoy romantic suspense and we beautiful written yarn.
Not her best
This book fell short compared to her others. You kind of automatically don’t like Erin much from the beginning. It was sort of boring. It’s annoying how the couples fall madly in love so fast.
Thumbs (mostly) up!
Love these books! The mystery, the suspense, real page turners for sure!! Absolutely hate the ‘love’ stories, which seem to be nearly identical in each book, blah. I’m pretty sure every FBI agent doesn’t fall madly in love just days into each case. The main storylines are good enough to keep me coming back & wanting more though.