In book one of the Lilah Love launch duet, meet Lilah Love, the politically incorrect FBI agent who says what no one else dares and fears her dark side is a little too dark. Note: book one ends in a cliffhanger and continues in Murder Girl.
As an FBI profiler, it’s Lilah Love’s job to think like a killer. And she is very good at her job. When a series of murders surface—the victims all stripped naked and shot in the head—Lilah’s instincts tell her it’s the work of an assassin, not a serial killer. But when the case takes her back to her hometown in the Hamptons and a mysterious but unmistakable connection to her own life, all her assumptions are shaken to the core.
Thrust into a troubled past she’s tried to shut the door on, Lilah’s back in the town where her father is mayor, her brother is police chief, and she has an intimate history with the local crime lord’s son, Kane Mendez. The two share a devastating secret, and only Kane understands Lilah’s own darkest impulses. As more corpses surface, so does a series of anonymous notes to Lilah, threatening to expose her. Is the killer someone in her own circle? And is she the next target?
The Lilah Love series:
Book One: Murder Notes (Murder Duet #1)
Book Two: Murder Girl (Murder Duet #2)
Book Three: Love Me Dead (Umbrella Man Duet #1)
Book Four: Love Kills (Umbrella Man Duet #2)
Book Five: Bloody Vows (Wedding Duet #1)
Book Six: Blood Love (Wedding Duet #2)
I really enjoyed this book! My only request if the series continues or will be continued is, as a writer, the clues given by someone are the implication, NOT the inference. Throughout the entire story, the word used incorrectly is inferred. One does not infer that another is large, one implies it. The person who then makes the inference is the person who IS large (or might be).
The story here though was fun, engaging and the characters were enjoyable. But please, for the love of god, as a writer, remember the difference between implying and inferring.
Not really a fan BUT will continue the series.
I don’t mind an author planting a hook to entice you to buy the next book in the series, but I feel cheated when the author does not bring the mystery in the current book to a close. I would not trust this author to not pull this same trick with the next book.