Murdering his way through a string of women in the swamps of Baton Rouge, Jon Walker made a notorious name for himself as the Bayou Butcher. But his reign of terror ended when US Marshal Anthony Ross and District Attorney Lauren Chandler put the crazed killer away for multiple lifetimes…and discovered they shared a passion for more than just justice.
Five years later, after duty has driven Lauren and Anthony apart, the Butcher breaks out of prison, ready to get back to his deadly business - beginning with Lauren. But he's not the only man who's back in Lauren's life: Anthony is heading up the manhunt…and hoping to reclaim the woman he never stopped loving.
With bodies falling and death closing in, there’s nothing Anthony won't do to keep Lauren safe in his arms - and keep her blood off the Butcher's hands.
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Over-the-top, barely plausible romance & murder my
Hmm.. 309 four and five star reviews and 24 one and two stars? I guess we know who wins on deciding what's a good book and what isn't.
Personally, I loved this book and I'm starting the next one when I finish this review.
I really liked Anthony and Lauren, great twosome.
Liked Cadence and Kyle too. Their's is the book I'm reading next.
Hate, hate, hated the Butcher. And I was surprised at the twist in the book after I started it.
As far as the sex goes? If some of those who complain about it did a little bit of research they would have know there was sex in this series. Makes me wonder why they didn't check a little harder. When I look at a book to buy I do a word search for the word "sex" in the book and that makes my decision. If there's no sex in it I don't buy the book. It's that simple. AND I wish people would stop exaggerating about how much sex there is. That's really unfair to the author and other readers. I think I remember 3 times they had sex. That really isn't a lot. Just sayin'
As for the narrator: Ms. Beresford did a great job. All the men sounded like men and her southern accent was very good. What I really liked were her emotions. She whispered, yelled, laughed. Just wonderful.
- Trish R.