More thorough review to come on my blog, but here I'll say that Rose has written another wild thriller, and like her last book, she added the romance back into it.
There was a little less gore in this one, though just as much murder and mayhem. Rose handles the procedural effectively and efficiently. The romance felt real, albeit incredibly fast. The heroine is a secondary character from a previous Rose novel, but this can be read as a standalone.
And I adored that there was some sly humor injected in the dialogue.
Another great whodunnit, but I've come to expect the unexpected from Rose, so actually guessed it before the end. But that didn't detract from the revelations at all.
A fabulous book, and delivers hust what I expect from Rose; a taut, tightly woven thriller and a lovely healing romance.