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J.D. Robb at her best!
There are so many totally emotional scenes between Roarke, who is definitely not at his perfect best, and Eve, who steps up to be the best wife she can. Tissues anyone?
Then there are all the in jokes like hidden chocolate bars and Eve’s twitchy eye whenever Peabody puts the words sex and McNab into the same sentence.
Of course there is the usual banter. Peabody and Eve get most of the good lines in this one, although everyone is a comedian from time to time.
And don’t forget
Going to sound like a broken record here soon. Yes, I loved it. There were some stark revelations here that left one of the characters reeling. The mystery element was well plotted. No, didn’t guess the “bad guy.” Eve is in full force as usual. She loves her job.
Roarke has his own businesses to run but he is always there to help Eve in any way he can. And ease her tension … with some hot sex!!
“I couldn’t fall out of love with you if I fell all the way to hell.” Emotion was storming into his
I wouldn’t advertise that if I were you…
Poor soul. The killer, I mean. Yes, it was really sad to discover who and why the killer killed! Even Eve was almost touched!
Where I was touched is Rourke’s reunion with his family!!! I actually cried! I was considering planting a cherry tree on my balcony!!
I was also chewing my nail when Truheart was in danger! And to read about Baxter’s distress!!! WOW!!!
Another winner here!!!