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The Profiler (The Munro Family Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Chris was a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart® Finalist in 2013. The same year, she won the Romance Writers of Australia's most prestigious award for unpublished writers, the Emerald Award. Chris lives with her husband and five children on a small farm in rural New South Wales, Australia.
Top Customer Reviews
But - the characters are not up to par! They have all suffered a major tragedy themselves, a daughter that disappeared, a child that died and a wife who committed suicide. This is probably meant to make them seem real and human, but it is just too much and it is mentioned over and over and over again. Then there is the romance, The main characters are of course gorgeous, both of them, and they are of course instantly attracted to each other and it is just too obvious where this is going from the start. This adolescent love story takes over the whole thing and is so irritating that it spoils an otherwise nice story.
Love the exotic setting of Australia and the introduction to this family of members dedicated to serving and protecting. I really enjoyed this truly chilling thriller. It made me realize some people are just plain evil and if you're in the wrong place at the right time being careful won't make a difference. A frightening read.
David Baldacci and James Patterson, beware. Chris Taylor is a talented new writer who loves words and tells a thrilling story while weaving in hot romance to boot.
Overall, I thought this was a good opening novel for the series. The author handles characterization well, allowing us to get to know Ellie and Clayton. The story's focus is really on these two people, the sexual tension between them, and their struggle to let go of the heartache of their pasts. The murder mystery, while interesting, feels secondary to their personal stories and budding romance.
This series features a family of people involved in law enforcement, rather than a single main character, giving the author plenty of room to create. I'm looking forward to finding out where book #2 takes us.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ellie and Clayton both grieving for someone who was special to them try to find out who is killing and cutting up young women .Published 18 days ago by julie
Thought it was very good. Families are always a god read.Family dynamics are complicated .Published 21 days ago by jan
Good read and I recommend it! Even though I had figured out who the killer was fairly early on...
The characters are easy to visualize and relate to.
Dismemberment, protagonist females very unlikable, feel negative about others in seriesPublished 2 months ago by ray
Has some gruesome crime scenes through which two mourning people find each one. Pay attention to the small talk, you will have a few clues to solving the mystery.Published 3 months ago by Eileen Windsor
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