Die For Me: A Novel of the Valentine Killer
She thought her fiancé was the perfect man—until he turned out to be the perfect killer… Katherine Cole is running for her life, desperate to escape the Valentine Killer—so-called because he stabs his victims through the heart and leaves them holding a telltale single red rose. Still he tracks... show more
She thought her fiancé was the perfect man—until he turned out to be the perfect killer… Katherine Cole is running for her life, desperate to escape the Valentine Killer—so-called because he stabs his victims through the heart and leaves them holding a telltale single red rose. Still he tracks her to New Orleans and begins carving a bloody path to her door. But this time, Katherine refuses to run any farther. This time, she’ll do anything to stop the madman she once loved, even trust the sexy cop promising to keep her safe… Detective Dane Black never lets his emotions interfere with his job, even as the Valentine Killer surfaces in New Orleans to stalk his prey. But when Dane agrees to protect the killer’s ex-fiancée, Katherine Cole, he can’t ignore the passion kindling between them. After a single unforgettable night binds them body and soul, Dane knows he won’t rest until Katherine is safe in his arms—and the Valentine Killer is dead. Dark and intensely sexy, this romantic suspense novel from USA Today bestselling author Cynthia Eden is sure to leave readers breathless.
Publish date: February 12th 2013
Pages no: 358
Edition language: English
Series: For Me (#1)
It's been three years since the Boston Valentine Killer was last heard from, now suspected to be dead....until similar murders happen in New Orleans. Valentine's fiancée, Katherine Cole, just happens to be living there under a new identity. When she walks into the police department to offer assistan...
The killer was really fucked up!
This book was full of alot of suprising twists and turns that kept me guessing and on the edge of my seat impatient to read more. We get to see things from a few different characters views and it just makes the book more intriging and spellbinding without giving everything away and sometimes explain...
So, I am not going to lie to you, this book is a little bit silly. It is scratch the paper small the cheese kinda silly. It was a little cliched, it moved at the speed of a freight train and I am not sure I got everything. It tried to be very smart and sometimes is fell flat on its face.NBUT, someti...