Book 1, Buchanan-Renard
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Julie Garwood proves she is a master storyteller in this classic romantic suspense novel featuring FBI agent Nick Buchanan.
In the still shadows of the confessional, the penitent kneels and makes a bone-chilling disclosure: Bless me father, for I will sin.... Slowly, tauntingly, the man describes his murderous past—how he stalked his victim, worked his way into her life, and then took that life in a violent rage—and his plan to kill again. Only this time, he has raised the stakes in his twisted game, daring authorities to catch him if they can. And this time, he has revealed the name of his next intended victim.
Agent Nick Buchanan has come face-to-face with society's worst monsters and depraved minds in his work for one of the FBI's most elite units, but The Heartbreaker threatens to hit close to home. The intended victim, Laurant Madden, is his best friend's sister.
Soon he is caught up in an intricate chase with one of the most devious psychopaths of his career. But as the danger grows, so does an electrifying attraction between Nick and Laurant.
One false move will cost both of them everything that matters.
From Publishers Weekly
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I first read Mercy years ago and loved it. This one did not disappoint. Was done the same day I started.
Eh, ok...but not riveting
This was an ok read, but def priced higher than it should be. It was more mystery than romance and the ending was silly.
Because Garwood is such an amazing writer it made this book more disappointing. Usually the main characters have such great personalities and such chemistry. Read about Nick in so many of her books wanted him to have a personality that was up to her usual good work. But he was bland. Not much real connection between them. It made you wonder where the attraction came from. She was a wallflower that didn't have a personality till the end. Normal good story line and as always Noah came off having his wonderful outrages personality. Good book just no character development. Her other books exceed all expectations