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- Publication Date: February 25, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00U1FH2L4
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Will is hot. I loved the sexual interplay between Will and Cam and also how each set of protagonists from each of the Sweetwater books is consistently unique. Sometimes with romantic suspense it's the same characters over and over but not with Lisa. They all have their own distinct personalities and motivations and though the characters are all interrelated they don't blend which is refreshing. The suspense aspect was very good and while I guessed the correct bad guy, the scenario didn't play out as expected. I love the introduction of Cam's son Toby and felt genuine compassion for her back story and Will's role in it. I would recommend reading these books in order as her backstory is covered in Admit One.
Well now I have no idea what to do with myself and am embarking on the start of a serious book hangover, but I highly recommend every single book written by Lisa. She is a gem! 5 stars!
Chief of Police Will Hawbaker was introduced early on in the series and was a character you were immediately drawn to. His family was one of the original reigning families of Sweetwater, but had taken a number of blows to its legacy over the years. Camillia Abernathy, who grew up in Sweetwater but married and lived in Savannah, found herself part of Will’s investigation in the prior book, Admit One. The outcome of that investigation has changed the life of Cam and her young son and back to Sweetwater they come. Will cannot forget (nor forgive) how his investigation turned Cam’s life upside-down; he is drawn to her and her son. However, Will also cannot forget how a recent investigation and murder in Sweetwater turned out…..especially when he discovers that case is far from over. As Cam finds herself a witness to a discovery which blows that investigation open, Will finds himself falling for the curly-haired beauty.
If I have any complaint with this book, I felt it needed to be a bit longer. I would have liked more of an exploration of Cam’s paintings. I also thought the end was a bit too neat and quick, and I am not sure the antagonist/villain was quite how I pictured him/her, in light of the crimes. However, a beloved character from Ms. O’Neill’s Southern Comfort series made an appearance (*squeal* Jesse Wellington!) so I cannot knock a full star off the review for those couple of transgressions.
Although I mention the prior book, this book can stand alone. However, you will want to read the whole trilogy! And I highly recommend the Southern Comfort Series as well!
I did liked the premise of the story. A book about a young, tragically widowed mother and a handsome officer of the law, is one of my very favorite plot lines. Readers meet Will in book one and I was curious to meet the woman who would be his match. The romance worked for me, but the serial killer plot did not really seem well developed. The perpetrator wasn't creepy at all, and his motivations were not really believable. I also think this author needs to flesh out the climax scenes of her book a little better. Her main female characters end up in the clutches of the 'bad guy' and in the blink of an eye are promptly rescued by the hero with nary a scratch. After reading all of Lisa Clark O'Neill's books I know that I never have to be on the edge of my seat worrying about the heroine, because they are so quickly in and out of danger, threat instantly neutralized by the hero.
If you liked the characters from the previous books in the series then read 'Circumstantial Evidence.'