He can psychoanalyze any serial killer,
But can he protect her from one?
Special Agent Nicholas James knows serial killers up close and personal. After all, he was practically raised by one and later became a Behavioral Analysis Unit specialist to put them behind bars. But Dr. Aubrey Flood’s sister’s murder is his highest-stakes case yet. His professional history with the beautiful medical examiner is legendary. So is their attraction. But the clock is ticking…and Nicholas has every intention of making sure Aubrey doesn't become another victim.
From Harlequin Intrigue: Seek thrills. Solve crimes. Justice served.
Discover more action-packed stories in the Behavioral Analysis Unit series. All books are stand-alone with uplifting endings but were published in the following order:
Book 1: Profiling a Killer by Nichole Severn
Book 2: Decoding a Criminal by Barb Han
Book 3: Tracing a Kidnapper by Juno Rushdan
Book 4: Trapping a Terrorist by Caridad Piñeiro
Profiling a Killer
I received a complimentary copy of this book and I purchased a copy as I loved it so much.
This book is one that just grabs you right from the beginning and doesn't let go until the end. I really could have gladly kept on reading more of this couple. This is a wonderful beginning for a new series.
Dr. Aubrey Flood finds a map taped to the door to her apartment. Unfortunately it leads to her sister's, Kara, deceased body. Three years prior Dr. Flood worked on a serial murder case with BAU profiler Nicholas James. Aubrey has complete trust that the profiler will be able to bring Kara's murderer to justice and request that he lead the investigation.
What these two people go through at the hands of the killer really test their grit, strength and determination. I adored the dual POV format as it allowed me to see into the characters' thoughts. This helped me to fully understand them so much better and become more immersed into the story. The plot flowed nicely and I really felt that I was right now in the middle of everything.
There was just some kissing between the two characters so it shouldn't offend anyone.