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Love You More (Tessa Leoni, #1; Detective D.D. Warren, #5)

One question, a split-second decision, and Brian Darby lies dead on the kitchen floor. His wife, state police trooper Tessa Leoni, claims to have shot him in self-defense, and bears the bruises to back up her tale. For veteran detective D. D. Warren it should be an open-and-shut case. But where is their six-year-old daughter?

As the homicide investigation ratchets into a fr

As the homicide investigation ratchets into a frantic statewide search for a missing child, D. D. Warren must partner with former lover Bobby Dodge to break through the blue wall of police brotherhood, seeking to understand the inner workings of a trooper’s mind while also unearthing family secrets. Would a trained police officer truly shoot her own husband? And would a mother harm her own child?

For Tessa Leoni, the worst has not yet happened. She is walking a tightrope, with nowhere to turn, no one to trust, as the clock ticks down to a terrifying deadline. She has one goal in sight, and she will use every ounce of her training, every trick at her disposal, to do what must be done. No sacrifice is too great, no action unthinkable. A mother knows who she loves. And all others will be made to pay.
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    Suzanne

    Jun 17, 2015

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Well, well, well. Lucky this reader remembered about Detective D. D. Love this character. Love the new Tessa Leoni, too! The only bummer was I read this one book late, and mucked up the order, but no biggie. A 9 month time lapse to be precise!

    The demure looking Lisa Gardner donned in twin set and jeans that we see on the back cover of her books, is a pretty version of a killer writer. What I mean is she looks she looks so straight laced but what she delivers on the page is crazy kick-ass, for wa

    The demure looking Lisa Gardner donned in twin set and jeans that we see on the back cover of her books, is a pretty version of a killer writer. What I mean is she looks she looks so straight laced but what she delivers on the page is crazy kick-ass, for want of a better word.

    I’m going to pepper in many quotes here, in the hopes that it might encourage some more readers to go and grab it. This is D. D, all over. ‘“Oh, fuck you,” D.D told him crossly. She straightened, more discomfited by praise than she was ever riled by criticism.’ Another perfect summation – ‘I couldn’t imagine Detective Warren ever tolerating domestic abuse. If a man hit her, I bet she’d hit back twice as hard. Or taser him in the balls.’ It’s true! ‘The good detective did have a way of cutting to the heart of the matter.’

    As for the new character we’ve been reading about with terror in this book, a State Trooper by the name of Tessa Leonie – “Reprimand delivered, I gave in to the past ten minutes of terror, scooped her back into my arms, and held her tight. “Don’t scare Mommy like that,” I whispered against the top of her head. “Seriously, Sophie. I love you. I never want to lose you. You are my Sophie.”

    I like this authors writing, she has a way of getting to you the way D. D has of getting to the heart of the matter in Boston. ‘When you buried your child, was it like imparting your greatest treasure into the sanctity of nature? Or was it like hiding your greatest sin, instinctively seeking out the darkest bowels of the forest to cover your crime?’

    Also love the character of Bobby Dodge and their kiss. The crux of the matter here is, read this author, series – whether it be D. D. or Tessa Leoni. You’re on a winner.
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    Jean

    Feb 17, 2017

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    review of another edition

    Sometimes the plot of a thriller just gets “curiouser and curiouser” until, well, until it all makes sense. Love You More, Lisa Gardner’s fifth D.D. Warren novel in which she also introduces Tessa Leoni as a strong protagonist, was one of those examples for me.

    Tessa, a Massachusetts state trooper, is arrested for the murder of her husband Brian and is suspected of murdering her six-year-old daughter Sophie. Boston P.D. Sergeant D.D. Warren thinks she did it. Her former partner and lover, Bobby D

    Tessa, a Massachusetts state trooper, is arrested for the murder of her husband Brian and is suspected of murdering her six-year-old daughter Sophie. Boston P.D. Sergeant D.D. Warren thinks she did it. Her former partner and lover, Bobby Dodge, now with the state police, is on the case providing a somewhat more balanced perspective. But even Sergeant Warren has to admit that there are things that don’t add up. The concussion and the bruises on Tessa’s face. The missing child. The fierce, protective love that Tessa Leoni has for her daughter, according to all who know her. Did she or didn’t she? The more I read from the police perspective, the more the evidence seemed stacked against Tessa. The case becomes more damning by the minute, it seems.

    But wait! We have alternating chapters in first person narrative giving us Tessa’s story. What really happened? I found myself referring to the prologue four, five, maybe six times, reading the words, trying to read between the lines. Something was decidedly, deliberately – off.

    I love Lisa Gardner’s writing. Love You More is especially satisfying because the tension builds and builds, like the snow piling up in a Nor’easter. Not only that, but Ms. Gardner has finally made D.D. vulnerable. Sure, she’s still got that Boston attitude. She’s curt and cranky. Turns out, she has good reason – no, I’m not tellin’! She does, however, have a good heart, especially when it comes to having empathy for the victim, and she tries her mightiest to find little Sophie, dead or alive. Bobby – he’s cool, calm, and supportive. Seems that marriage and fatherhood have been good for him.

    But it’s Tessa Leoni who really takes center stage in this one. As a single mother, she showed a lot of mettle in overcoming a difficult past and managing to get through the trooper-training program. She met her husband through another trooper, and they seemed to have a happy family. He adored Sophie and Tessa, a perfect husband, except… then one day, he is dead. Murdered on his kitchen floor. Tessa, who knows the law, police procedures, and the way criminals act and think, is one tough cookie. She’s smart as a whip. At times, Tessa reminded me of Lena Adams in Karin Slaughter’s Grant County Series, but only because when she was really in the thick of things, she started thinking in terms of “Good Tessa, Bad Tessa.” What separates her, though is that her very best asset is her love for her daughter. “Love you more.”

    Teeming with questions and rife with twists and turns, Love You More is hard to put down. This is an easy five-star rating for me!
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    Joseph Finder

    May 27, 2011

    rated it
    it was amazing

    One of the best books I’ve read this year. This was my Amazon review:

    I’ve been a fan of Lisa’s D.D. Warren series for some time, but she’s truly outdone herself with this one. It grabs you on the first page and keeps you guessing until the final chapter, moving effortlessly between first person and third person narration, weaving an extraordinary amount of research into nonstop action.

    Love You More starts with a crime we think we understand. Massachusetts State Trooper Tessa Leoni’s husband Bria

    I’ve been a fan of Lisa’s D.D. Warren series for some time, but she’s truly outdone herself with this one. It grabs you on the first page and keeps you guessing until the final chapter, moving effortlessly between first person and third person narration, weaving an extraordinary amount of research into nonstop action.

    Love You More starts with a crime we think we understand. Massachusetts State Trooper Tessa Leoni’s husband Brian is dead in their kitchen, and Trooper Leoni has been beaten almost to death. It looks to everyone like a case of a battered wife defending herself at last. But Leoni’s six-year-old daughter, Sophie, is missing, and the trooper’s story is full of holes–holes that become even wider and more curious as Boston Police Detective Sergeant D.D. Warren and her old lover, friend and former partner Bobby Dodge investigate.

    Warren is dealing with issues of her own, as her relationship with Alex (who never appears in person in this installment) reaches a major turning point, one with implications for Warren’s investigation and beyond. (I’m not going to give away what that is. You’ll have to read it to find out for yourself.) The nature and power of Trooper Leoni’s attachment to her daughter are central to this story: just how much does Leoni love her daughter, and to what lengths will she go to protect her? Is it possible that a mother so devoted could kill her own child?

    As Warren and Dodge follow the trail of clues, they uncover secrets at every turn: a terrible crime in Leoni’s adolescence, a shameful secret of her husband’s, and unimaginable betrayal among comrades and friends. Stakes escalate to a climax that is shocking, sad and deeply satisfying.

    Love You More stands out in the crowded field of thrillers not only because it’s a terrific book, but because it features two compelling and believable female protagonists. Trooper Leoni tells us her own story in the first person, alternating with the third-person narrative of Warren’s investigation. Leoni’s motives emerge over the course of the book, but her passion and conviction draw us in even before we know whether she’s guilty or innocent. We cannot argue with her absolute drive, even as we root for Warren and Dodge to make sure justice is done. It’s a remarkable juggling act that requires rare talent, and readers will be anxious for the next installment in D.D. Warren’s adventures.

    I’ve noticed that a lot of guys have some kind of prejudice against thrillers written by women. Take my word for it: Lisa Gardner has the suspense chops to compete with Harlan Coben, Lee Child, and Michael Connelly. Anyone who’s already read Tess Gerritsen, Karin Slaughter, Sandra Brown, or Mary Higgins Clark knows that some of the most gripping thrillers around are written by women.
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