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Colton's Texas Stakeout (The Coltons of Texas) Mass Market Paperback – April 5, 2016
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About the Author
A third generation romance reader and the first in her family to write professionally, C.J. published her first book in 2012.
She lives in Maryland with her family. C.J. believes in first loves, second chances, and happily ever after.
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Annabel has 4 over protective brothers. They did not want her going into law enforcement. She had to beg her chief to take her off of desk duty. She proves throughout this book that she is a good Policeman, and can handle her own. I loved the relationship that she and Jesse shared. Jesse was a Key person of interest. Jesse was sent to stake out his farm. His sister is the Alphabet killer. Jesse and Annabel made a good team protecting each other when the bullets started flying. The chemistry simmered between. There was something Sparking between the couple from the 1st time they met.
Loved this book!
Annabelle Colton is a rookie police officer after being a park ranger. Her younger brother Sam (1st book) is a detective and she gives the impression Sam can make rules around the police station. Her other brother Trevor (who we haven't read about yet) is another over protective brother? I just didn't feel this in the earlier books so was hard to swallow in this one.
That being said, the attraction between Annabelle and Jesse Willard is instantaneous. Also highly inethical in a police investigation considering she is involved in the solving of the crime of the Alphabet Killer and the police have "proof" his sister IS the killer. Jesse hasn't seen his sister in years and doesn't want to believe she's a killer. Annabelle being the daughter of a serial killer can understand where his feelings come from.
Jesse likes her independent nature and wants to explore his attraction. They both tend to feel a need to protect the other. She also takes him with her when she's trying to find the person who blew up her house.
Not many more clues into the Alphabet Killer. We know Regina is disturbed and is the reason she is killing woman with long brown hair alphabetically, but there has to be a better explanation and a little more into her. If the series is really around catching this killer, more needs to be incorporated into the various stories and the authors need to be sure their individual characters stay true to how they were written. Sam feels different in every book.