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Publisher's Summary

Hunting for a killer who doesn't play by the rules.
Detective Erin Donovan expects life to quiet down after the arrest and conviction of a serial rapist who terrified her university town last summer. Then two young women are brutally slain and the murders bear all the hallmarks of the campus rapist. Did Erin arrest an innocent man? Now her job is at stake and tensions are high and just when it looks like things can't get worse, her department gets the help it needs to solve the double homicide - in the form of a man Erin has never been able to forget.
FBI Agent Darsh Singh has no interest in reliving the past. Three years ago, his feelings for Erin Donovan had him breaking all his rules about getting involved. Now his only interest in the former NYPD detective is figuring out if she screwed up a rape investigation and helped send an innocent man to prison. But being forced to work together rekindles their old attraction, and as Darsh and Erin fall for each other, the campus predator fixates on Erin. The race is on to identify the ruthless killer before he makes Erin his final victim.
©2016 Toni Anderson (P)2016 Toni Anderson
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4 out of 5 stars
By Tracy T on 06-21-16

Not my favorite of the series. Excellent Narration

This was a decent enough story, not my favorite of the series. Erin was okay, there was nothing amazing about her and Darsh was just okay too. Nothing great about him either really. They were mediocre characters to be honest.

The story line and plot was okay but I was missing the action like the previous books had. This was a small town murder mystery.

The romance was okay, they liked each other well enough, but it didn't feel real or genuine.
There was a couple sex scenes, nicely written. There was lots of dialogue throughout the book which I like.
It wasn't a bad story, just not great, which is what I was expecting.

As for the narration. Well, it's Eric Dove and you can't ever go wrong with an Eric Dove narration. He is fantastic. He does the women so good and everyone sounds different so you know who is speaking. He has a great reading voice and reads with emotion as called for. Love him!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Trish R. on 06-29-16

Great book and awesome narration..

I know I’m just being ridiculous but.. DARSH? Really? WTH kind of name is that? I’ve seen some strange names but that’s one of the worst. I’m assuming he got that name because he is Indian, although it was mentioned only 1 or 2 times, that he was Indian, so you’d really never know it. Tall, dark and handsome was how he was described; his skin color mentioned once in the story, when he and Erin walked into a restaurant and a man looked at them strangely. Personally, I thought it was rather silly.

Anyway, this was a very good mystery/romance, with lots of suspects to choose from. And I had no idea who the bad guy was until he was “outed.”

I really like the second chance storyline with Darsh and Erin. But I also understood her skepticism about trusting Darsh, or any man. Wow, that ex-husband of hers really did a number on her in the end. Gave her something she’d never forget.

There were a couple (or three) sex scenes in this book, one right after another in a couple of places.
And there was swearing, with the F-bomb being dropped 77 times.

As to the narration: As always lately Eric Dove did a great job. He makes all the right sounds, laughing, crying, shouting, whispering. He just gets better with every book he reads.

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