Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Review: Fear for Me, by Cynthia Eden

I've been a fan of Cynthia Eden for years. She brings a fresh voice and true story-telling ability to every book. Each publication is well-crafted and researched to deliver an edge-of-your-seat thriller combined with steamy, realistic romance. Best of all, her conflict is never lacking. This story was bone-chilling in the way she brought back an old serial killer to finish the job. The setting in Baton Rouge added to the depth of creepiness. The heat between hero and heroine drew me in as much as the mystery. Best of all, the conclusion was drawn out and left no strings. Highly recommended!

BLURB: A shared passion for justice first brought Baton Rouge district attorney Lauren Chandler and US marshal Anthony Ross together—when each played their part in bringing down the infamous Bayou Butcher. The sparks flying between the two made it clear they weren’t just a legal dream team. Then desire had to make way for duty, and what they had was done. But it would never be over. Five years later, it’s none other than the Butcher who gets things started again, when his shocking jailbreak reunites the lawyer and the lawman…and reignites their love. But this time, the pair is in danger of being permanently parted—by a killer with revenge on his mind, and Lauren on the top of his list. As a new wave of terror sweeps through the streets and swamps of Baton Rouge, one man will pit his boundless passion against another’s relentless hate, for the life of the woman who obsesses them both.

1 comment:

Tea norman said...

I'll bet it's hard to put this one down.