"Fans of Scandal and House of Cards will love the Fatal Series." —New York Times bestselling author Cindy Gerard Includes a never-before-published prequel novella Walking the thin blue line… Detective Sergeant Sam Holland of the Washington, DC, Metro Police needs a big win to salvage her... show more
"Fans of Scandal and House of Cards will love the Fatal Series." —New York Times bestselling author Cindy Gerard Includes a never-before-published prequel novella Walking the thin blue line… Detective Sergeant Sam Holland of the Washington, DC, Metro Police needs a big win to salvage her career—and her confidence—after a disastrous investigation. The perfect opportunity ar
Publisher: Carina Press
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Series: Fatal (#1)
Fatal Affair originally was released from Carina Press in June 2010. I’m not really sure how I missed out on reading this series when it first released, as I own a copy on my kindle, but until the publisher sent me a print copy for review, I had missed this series. All I can say is I can’t believe I...
Fatal Affair is my favorite Marie Force book so far. This well written book is captivating from page one and will keep you engaged till the end. Ms Force has created lovable characters that make Fatal Affair into a fantastic book. Samantha and Nick's story is loaded with suspense, humor, action a...
Nothing unexpectedThis was the typical romantic cop drama that you would expect. Predictable plot, murder mystery with and love interest sub-plot, happy ending as you can assume. First book in a series of 7 so it wasn't a profound, thought provoking work of literature but it was exactly what I expec...
I think I may have found another favorite hero - Nick Cappuano is just an amazing character. When he finds his boss dead (in a particularly nasty fashion - although don't worry - it isn't gruesome) he does what any red-blooded man would do. He gets sick! It was such a human reaction and it set up a ...
Reviewed for Evie at www.Evie-Knight.comReview copy courtesy of the publisher via RT Con 2013.Let me start by saying that I didn't realize that Fatal Affair was romantic suspense or romantic thriller. I don't really care for those types of book because I think I use a different part of my brain to e...
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