#1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown combines heart-stopping suspense and forbidden passion in this psychological thriller about an FBI agent's hunt for a ruthless conman turned serial killer
FBI agent Drex Easton is relentlessly driven by a single goal: to outmaneuver the conman once known as Weston Graham. Over the past thirty years, Weston has assumed many names and countless disguises, enabling him to lure eight wealthy women out of their fortunes before they disappeared without a trace, their families left without answers and the authorities without clues. The only common trait among the victims: a new man in their life who also vanished, leaving behind no evidence of his existence . . . except for one signature custom.
Drex is convinced that these women have been murdered, and that the man he knows as Weston Graham is the sociopath responsible. But each time Drex gets close to catching him, Weston trades one persona for another and disappears again. Now, for the first time in their long game of cat and mouse, Drex has a suspect in sight.
Attractive and charming, Jasper Ford is recently married to a successful businesswoman many years his junior, Talia Shafer. Drex insinuates himself into their lives, posing as a new neighbor and setting up surveillance on their house. The closer he gets to the couple, the more convinced he becomes that Jasper is the clever, merciless predator he's sought--and that his own attraction to Talia threatens to compromise his purpose and integrity.
This is Drex's one chance to outfox his cunning nemesis before he murders again and eludes justice forever. But first he must determine if the desirable Talia is a heartless accomplice . . . or the next victim.
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Move over James Patterson’s! Sandra Brown is just as riveting.
Lots of Action and Some Steamy Love Scenes
Sandra Brown never disappoints when it comes to mystery and this book was full of it. Jasper is the serial killer, Drex is his nemesis and Talia is the woman they both want. Jasper wants to kill her and Drex wants to love her. There were a lot of minor characters in the book that were very memorable. My favorites were Gif and Mike who represented loyalty and faithfulness to a cause. I did not like the use of course language, but since Ms. Brown includes it in all of her books, I was not surprised by it. Likewise for the sex scenes; the descriptions were very graphic and many times I just scanned them because it wasn’t really something that I wanted to read. All it all, it was a good book with a real twist at the end.
Pure trash - don’t read!