Kelsey Quinn set out to trace a murder victim. Now she may become one. The dead don’t speak, but Kelsey knows their secrets. As a forensic anthropologist at the Delphi Center crime lab, Kelsey makes it her mission to identify bodies using no more than shards of bone, and her find at a remote... show more
Kelsey Quinn set out to trace a murder victim. Now she may become one. The dead don’t speak, but Kelsey knows their secrets. As a forensic anthropologist at the Delphi Center crime lab, Kelsey makes it her mission to identify bodies using no more than shards of bone, and her find at a remote Philippines dig hints at a sinister story. When Kelsey’s search for answers puts her at the scene of her exfiancé’s murder, only one man can help her. The same man who broke her heart just months before, and who is also a prime suspect. Faced with an ultimatum— Kelsey or his job—Gage Brewer did the only thing a Navy SEAL could . . . but that doesn’t mean he stopped wanting Kelsey. Now Kelsey is running for her life and Gage is her last line of defense. As the threats escalate, Kelsey realizes this conspiracy goes deeper and higher than they could have guessed. With the clock ticking down on a madman’s plot, the slightest misstep will have unthinkable consequences. . . .
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 30th 2012
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 387
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Mystery Thriller
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Tracers (#6)
Scorched -- Laura Griffin Book 6 of Tracers series Kelsey and Gage’s story started in the novella, Unstoppable, which took place in the Tracers’ timeline between Unspeakable and Unforgivable (Books 2 and 3, respectively). Unstoppable saw the introduction of Kelsey and Gage amidst a dig site that...
A good romantic suspense with lots of fast paced action. I liked the writing style that would build up excitement then switch to a different thread because it kept reinforcing my interest level. When Navy SEAL Gage learns that his ex-girlfriend anthropologist Dr Kelsey is in trouble, he runs to hel...
Review Copy Provided by Publisher via EdelweissSo I’m sitting here, trying to write my review of Scorched and explain how it fits into the series and struggling a bit. Not because I didn’t like it, but I didn’t love it as much as I have loved the last couple in the series. This addition to the Trace...
I tried. I really did.But this one was just BORING to me.I went back to it more times than I can remember, read a chapter, and gave up each time. For some reason it just didn't work for me, maybe it's the writing, maybe it's the story, or maybe it's just my brain in question *sigh*Oh well.After TWO ...
Book bought for the flight tomorrow. Edit: review to come. Edit: Or not. I can't write a review on this one, because most of this book has leaked out of my memory. I rated it high for a romance novel though, most have had enough intrigue and action scenes. *shrugs*