A real thrill ride from start to finish. You may be sitting when you read this book but believe me you will be on the edge of your seat! We all know our heroine Wren, her bother is Ethan who owns Ethan Cooke Security and she owns her own interior design business. Wren has learned from childhood that she can only count on her brother and herself, she has no time for much else besides work, her brother, his family and her few friends , heck she usually can't even remember the names of her dates because they aren't important to her. But she is about to spend some time with a man who won't settle for less than everything she's got to give.
Tucker is attracted to Wren, has been since day one when they first met. Now instead of being a cop he now works for her brother, and while Wren is also a wee bit attracted to him she uses the fact that he was a cop to try to keep her distance. When Wren needs his help as a stalker harasses her, Tucker takes her the one place he never wanted to visit again to keep her safe. Tucker takes Wren to his family's home in Utah where his twin sister was murdered and is haunted all over again by memories of her death. Then the unthinkable happens just as Tucker and Wren seem to connect. Girls matching Staci's age and looks start turning up dead, murdered the same way but this time the killer leaves a clue to connect the murders, Staci's initials written in seamen on the victims bellies.
I loved the book, the chemistry between all the players, always love it when a man knows what he wants and goes about getting it. Of course I did cry some tears and my spine tingled not just the suspense but the intimate times Tucker and Wren spent together and not just between the sheets. There are twists and turns and a Red Herring in Scooby Doo speak.
I hope I have wetted your appetite for this story, I kept sneaking off to read it and had a hard time putting it down at bed time, but that's all you get because I hate giving out spoilers, but, believe me you will love this book. Z SeawitchReviews From the Bookshelf