She's his angel...his love...his obsession...He knew she wasn't dead, and he's finally found her.
Christian Bills has created a new life for herself with the help of the wealthy and powerful Kinncaid family. For almost nine years, she's been hiding, but dark secrets from her past threaten to rip her safe world apart.
Brayden Kinncaid doesn't know what's wrong with Christian. He's known her for years and only recently discovered that his feelings for her go beyond friendship. The changes in the once strong-willed woman are startling. Her haunted gray eyes and darting looks lead him to believe something is drastically wrong. No matter how hard he pushes her, she won't confide in him. But when Christian is attacked, Brayden vows to discover what she is hiding - before it is too late.
"Deadly Obsession is the third story about the Kinncaid family and is a heart-wrenching tale. A well-written, in-depth romantic suspense, Jaycee Clark's Deadly Obsession is one of those stories that will linger in your mind and heart long after the story is over." (Sinclair Reid, Romance Reviews Today)
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- Smitten with Reading
THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER
Well, as far as Romantic Suspense goes it ranks pretty high. I am a big fan of romance, but when romance is mingled with some explicit sex scenes, sitting on the edge of your seat suspense and true tenderness then it doesn't get any better. This has it all, a little on the light side of the sex scenes, but everything else fit the bill so it kept me enthralled.
The first time Richard takes Christian, I'm not much of a flight kinda gal so it really stirred the ole' fight response in me. And, of course, Ian Kincaid's appearances are always memorable, but he out did himself this time.
The narration was really good. I think that her male voices could have been a bit more male (which is the case with most female narrators), rare is the female that can do sexy, gravelly, sultry, angry, and gruff male voices. That said, I believe the narrator does a great job with Jock Kincaid.
Boy, not sure at all.
This series is the only Jaycee Clark I have ever heard or read and am hooked. Audible needs to get going on the rest in the series. I am waiting for Ian's story and I am assuming I'll have to go through the other more obvious Kincaid men.