“Bless me father, for I will sin. . . .” In the still shadows of the confessional, a madman tauntingly reveals his plan for a murder he is going to commit, pulling Father Thomas Madden into a twisted game by disclosing his next intended victim: Tom’s sister, Laurant. In a frantic race to protect... show more
“Bless me father, for I will sin. . . .” In the still shadows of the confessional, a madman tauntingly reveals his plan for a murder he is going to commit, pulling Father Thomas Madden into a twisted game by disclosing his next intended victim: Tom’s sister, Laurant. In a frantic race to protect her, Tom calls upon his best friend, elite FBI agent Nick Buchanan, to track the predator who is closing in on Laurant. Now, as an electrifying attraction grows between Laurant and Nick, so does the danger—and one false move will cost both of them everything that matters.
Publish date: December 1st 2004
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 520
Edition language: English
Series: Buchanan-Renard (#1)
& This book was a slog. I've read a lot of overstuffed stories, but this might be there right at the top of them. I've read Garwood books that move along at a nice clip. This one doesn't. Every introduction to every main character is endless. Every conversation is full of non-essential informatio...
This would have been a five star read if Laurant wasn't so contradictory. Every time she made a decision, she immediately wanted to change her mind. It wasn't all that bad, but she did it so often that it really stuck with me. Otherwise, no complaints. I really enjoyed it. So far, and I'm reading it...
Julie Garwood has built a wonderful romance around a most gruesome crime-to-be, since we can't be sure he's actually committed any crime yet. He does succeed in getting everyone running around in circles looking for him. And all the time they are running around in circles, Lauren and Nick are busy f...
Surest sign of a great book: You never want it to end. [b:Heartbreaker|107789|Heartbreaker (Buchanan, #1)|Julie Garwood|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1344390055s/107789.jpg|2604130] was a great book.
I am very late to be reading one of Julie Garwood's romantic suspense, especially since I consider her one of my favorite authors, and I love her historicals. Honestly, I had my pout on because she doesn't write historicals anymore, and I just never got around to reading the contemporaries, although...