Detective Jeff Woods and his partner have a new case. Someone has been making threatening phone calls to the mayor’s daughter, vowing to kill her disabled child. Though there have been accidents at the girl’s school—enough to take the threats seriously—the facts are few, and leads are... show more
Detective Jeff Woods and his partner have a new case. Someone has been making threatening phone calls to the mayor’s daughter, vowing to kill her disabled child. Though there have been accidents at the girl’s school—enough to take the threats seriously—the facts are few, and leads are sparse.Needing a breather from the burden of the case, Jeff heads to a bar, where he meets Alex Fisher. Alex isn’t his type, but he’s young and cocky and perfect for a one-night stand. Or two. Soon Jeff starts thinking about how difficult and lonely it is being a cop, and that maybe Alex could fill a void in his life. But Alex has his own obligations: a disabled brother who is the target of threatening letters.Jeff isn’t sure he’s ready to play house or overcome his prejudices, but he begins to think Alex might be worth it. Caught between his growing affection and his inner demons, Jeff struggles to focus on the case and protect Alex and his brother as the danger builds.
Publish date: June 17th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 244
Edition language: English
Series: Jeff Woods Mystery (#1)
*This review will be word-for-word as that contained within the Collection - Jeff Woods Mysteries*For the first 20% of this story, I seriously considered not finishing it. To start with, I wasn't fond of Jeff Woods as a person or as a main character. He's very close minded and egotistical, with a ve...
Review written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/Now this was a book that at first sight had me thinking I wouldn’t like it. The Homicide Detective Jeff Woods started his introduction in a not very appealing way for me, what with him being closeted, his preferences were ...
This is the first book I've read written my Chris T. Kat and will say I did enjoy her writing style and look forward to reading more in this series.We first meet Jeff who is a police detective in Atlantic City, Jess and his partner Parker are called out to investigate a murder. The murder victim is...
If there are any questions as to why I'd rather have every hair on my body ripped out than finish this story, see this review: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/643758265
cute romance; the mystery was solved a tad too quick though - more to follow