- Series: The Men of Search Team Seven (Book 1)
- Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin (May 24, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0373699123
- ISBN-13: 978-0373699124
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.6 x 6.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,094,084 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Colorado Crime Scene (The Men of Search Team Seven) Mass Market Paperback – May 24, 2016
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Luke is caught in a dilemma. He is attracted to Morgan. He understands her worry about her brother, as his own has been missing for several months. But spending time with her is against the rules, because her brother has been seen with one of their suspects. He has to remain focused on the case and not let his growing feelings distract him.
Morgan is determined to find her brother. She knows that he wouldn't do anything to hurt fellow racers, but since his diagnosis he has been a changed man. Her work covering bike races has allowed her to continue her search for him, and she is certain that he is in Denver. Finding out that Scott is a person of interest makes her mad, but she also knows that Luke's help increases her chances of finding him.
I liked seeing the development of their relationship. Both Luke and Morgan find it incredibly easy to talk to each other. Both are strong, independent people, confident in their own abilities. But they are also rather lonely, their careers making it difficult to form lasting relationships. I loved how each of them understood the challenges of the other's job, making it easier to be apart when necessary. There were still rough patches, when Morgan's closeness to the investigation made it impossible for Luke to be with her. As the investigation went on, Luke became very protective also, wanting to keep her safe the way he hadn't been able to protect his brother. Their feelings for each other grew quickly, intensified by the constant feeling of danger. The ending was good, as they admitted their feelings and accepted how fast it had happened.
The suspense was really good. The whole thing takes place over just a few days. The team has their eye on a suspect, who in turn has made a connection with Morgan's brother. Scott suffers from schizophrenia and has had a hard time coping with the diagnosis. He has gotten tangled up with the bad guy, Danny, until he realizes that something isn't right. As Morgan and Luke find and lose Scott a couple times, each occurrence reveals some new information. But there are also the frustrations of never being able to get their hands on their suspect. The final confrontation was really intense. I really liked the way that Luke was able to get Scott involved and how it was Scott that came up with the plan that worked. I loved Morgan's strength of will as she endured what happened, and her confidence that Luke would find her.
I liked Morgan's brother Scott, and the straightforward way his illness was treated. It felt realistic to me and made me want to root for things to get better for him. There was no miraculous cure at the end, just an honest look at what his future has in store for him.
I'm looking forward to the rest of the series. I'd like to know what happened to Luke's brother and if it has something to do with these same terrorists, though I suspect it does. I also want to see Luke's friend and fellow agent, Travis, get his own story. I really liked him.
I was fascinated with Luke's ability to remember faces, and how the unit worked. The level of anxiety rises, as the days go by, and the suspects manage to slip away again and again. The plot was well built, and the doubt of Morgan and her brother Scott being involved in the attacks keeps coming up, as new evidence is coming to light, keeping the intrigue strong and puzzling.
I admire how well Scott's mental challenges were dealt with in the story, how real and realistic the author made the problems and symptoms, and at the same time, respectfully giving out some of the challenges the whole family faces, when dealing with a mental illness.
From the very first time Luke sees Morgan, he feels connected to her. And as they get to know each other, they find out they have much in common. They are at ease with each other, trusting and protecting each other from the very start. The chemistry and attraction is undeniable, but there's more to it, they also form a friendship, share their stories with each other, as their feelings and emotions takes them for a fast ride towards the forever kind of commitments. I loved the maturity they projected, the easy way they were with each other, and the honest and straight forward attitude they had towards their budding relationship.
The story captivated my mind, the characters pique interest in the future books in the series, and the disappearance of Luke's twin brother, Mark, is something that I am craving to find more about. Solid entertainment
~ Four Spoons