Taken! - The Couple That Slays Together (A Taken! Novel Book 10) Kindle Edition
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He is still a man who has serial killer thoughts and urges. He is always honest with his wife and never lies to her. They have made her a standout in the field of profiling by nature of her knowledge and his special abilities. They have decided to start a family and when she becomes pregnant they face a new set of problems. He finds he has a brother who also is a serial killer and a family history of rape, killing and abuse. This puts new pressure on their marriage because now they have a family on the way. His brother also did not kill his first victim but his wife becomes a willing partner in their games. His father is still alive and he finds out about his history. Then he finds his mother and learns he was 1 of triplets. Things come to a head when he is building his workshop and puts a panic room inside without telling his wife. She discovers it and immediately suspects the worst.
Honesty is necessary among all couples, but testing someone who has never lied to you about their feeling and urges puts a strain on his marriage and puts them in the sights of a vigilante FBI couple and government secret agencies who use trustworthy serial killers to do their dirty work. Can you come back from doubting someone who has never lied to you?. The good Dr. is about to find out.
I do have a suggestion as regards to Jessica's husband. The author tries so well not to mention His name that the author uses He, Him, and His a lot. I wish that these pronouns had, for Him, at least been capitalised because sometimes I had to go back to read a paragraph to be clear who was "he" in the sentence. Sometimes it was NOT Jessica's husband, and that tended to mess up the continuity of the chapter for me.
I will read Taken! 50 but only after Taken! 51 comes out because I read other reviews that hinted at something VERY BAD that happens in Taken! 50.