Madison’s Review – Killer Moves by Mary Eason

Posted February 12, 2012 by DiDi in Erotic, Reviews, Week of 2/12, week of Feb 5 / 5 Comments

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They’re a match made in the hallowed halls of Quantico. Until Death comes knocking…

Six years ago, Kara Bryant tapped into the mind of a serial killer—and nearly became his last victim. Her FBI colleague and lover, Davis Martin, put the murderer behind bars, then devastated her with his abrupt rejection. Worse, the vivid nightmares that followed her to her desert retreat have recently taken a fresh, frightening turn.

She should have foreseen that Davis would turn up. She’s just not sure her still-broken heart can take the strain.

Davis thought he’d made the right decision for everyone involved in a case that almost ended in disaster, thanks to his mistakes. But with a new string of killings that one by one is taking out the women of his past, suddenly he wonders if he let the real Death Angel get away. Kara is the only one who can help him nail the bastard for good this time—if she can forgive him.

He wasn’t expecting the woman he never stopped loving to love him back. Nor is he prepared to come face-to-face with Kara’s secret. One that raises the stakes impossibly high.
This book has been previously published and has been revised and expanded from its original release.

Product Warnings
Contains one smokin’ hot FBI agent, a strong-willed psychic heroine who can more than give him a run for his money, and one nasty killer who will keep you up way into the night.

Madison’s Thoughts:
Six years ago, Kara Bryant and Davis Martin participated in a Witch Hunt to find the serial killer The Death Angel. When all was said and done, it left the both of them with secrets and questions as to if they had the right man all along.

With the sixth anniversary of the killings of The Death Angel approaching, Kara – who has ‘the gift’ – is approached by the FBI about re-opening the investigation of the killings. Copycat murders have been showing up around Washington DC and they want her help in trying to figure out what’s going on. She is the one victim of The Death Angel that lived to tell about it. It’s not until Davis Martin, the man she gave her love to and had a daughter by, comes knocking that she agrees to go. He needs her help in clearing his name. All evidence is pointing towards him as all the new victims are connected to him in some way.

I do have to say that I figured out who The Death Angel was probably about halfway into the book. That may be because I read a lot of books like this, but it didn’t take away from the suspense of the novel. The Death Angel really is sick and tortures his victims. The fear felt from all the characters, especially Kara is at the front of everything because the whole time she knows she’s his end victim. He uses her gift against her, taunting her, making her question everything she thought she knew.

The relationship between her and Davis really is secondary to the main plot of the killings. So if you’re looking for a lot of romance, then this one is not for you. If you’re looking for more suspense, edge of your seat, wanting to know what’s going to happen next action, then definitely pick this up!

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Posted February 12, 2012 by DiDi in Erotic, Reviews, Week of 2/12, week of Feb 5 / 5 Comments

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