Book 6, Cold Justice Series
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Hunting For A Killer...
Detective Erin Donovan expects life to quiet down after the arrest and conviction of a serial rapist who terrified her university town last summer. Then two young women are brutally slain and the murders bear all the hallmarks of the campus rapist. Did Erin arrest an innocent man? Now her job is at stake and tensions are high and just when it looks like things can’t get worse, her department gets the help it needs to solve the double homicide—in the form of a man Erin has never been able to forget.
Who Doesn't Play By The Rules.
FBI Agent Darsh Singh has no interest in reliving the past. Three years ago, his feelings for Erin Donovan had him breaking all his rules about getting involved. Now his only interest in the former NYPD detective is figuring out if she screwed up a rape investigation and helped send an innocent man to prison. But being forced to work together rekindles their old attraction, and as Darsh and Erin fall for each other, the campus predator fixates on Erin. The race is on to identify the ruthless killer before he makes Erin his final victim.
Terrific book! Loved the story and trying to guess who was the bad guy. Another great couple. Can't wait for the next book later this year.
Fun mystery-romance. Worth reading.
The ice scene at end you have her in sneakers then boots
Another “who the heck done it?”
Amazing. Spent the entire afternoon reading. Once again, who done it? Not who I thought.
Erin Donovan brought a rapist to trial last fall. The university town hates her because the rapist is their star quarterback. Then two girls are murdered. One raped, just like before. FBI agent Darsh Singh heads to upper NY to determine if the wrong man is in prison or is this a copy cat?
Erin and Darsh met 3 years ago at Quantico - it was memorable but didn’t end well. They work on trying to unravel this mess. There are suspects all over the place. The chemistry is still there while they try to ignore it. The small task force is trying to figure this out while Darsh tries for a profile while verifying Erin did her job leading up to the sentencing.
Her relationship w Rachel is touching. I admit to a few tears in the end, the victim, the accused, the bully. This book is mostly Darsh and Erin. A little Jed, a tad of Mallory and new comer Ashley Chen.