Monday, May 17, 2010

Til We Meet Again

Title: Til We Meet Again
Author: Rachel Carrington
Publisher: Cerridwen Press
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ISBN: 9781419923340
Genre: {M/F} Suspense
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Goddess Minx

With a serial killer loose in the city, Captain Quinn Logan is concerned that the next victim might be his ex-wife, Gabrielle, because she fits the profile of the killer. He is surprised to find that she is back in town and working at a clinic, helping the less fortunate. Quinn is always one step behind the killer, but his knowledge of past murders is what helps him figure out who is killing the blond women.

Now is not the time for starting a relationship, but keeping Gabi alive is his top priority and she is not helping him by resisting his protection. These two must join forces to catch the killer bent on taking both of them out. It is a shock when he gets close to finding out who the villain is and he is even more determined to bring closure to the murders.

Til We Meet Again is a fascinating suspense story of what can happen to anyone and I enjoyed reading every page. There is so much intrigue surrounding the plot and I wasn’t able to figure out the serial killer almost until the end of the book. Imagine my surprise at who this murderer turned out to be or the fact that they were friends with Quinn.

I was impressed with Gabi’s strong will to survive her stalking ordeal, but she did panic a little more than I had hoped she would. Quinn and Gabi’s relationship is a little rocky in the beginning but it seems that they might be able to let nature take its course. There is a lot of steamy hot sex going on between these two and they make the best of it, regardless of who was after them.

This is the first book I have read by Ms. Carrington and she did a great job of spinning a tale of a mysterious serial killer. The killer leads the police on a chase for years, without them finding who they are, despite the many clues. The well written personal histories of the characters and their relationships to each other made the book more real for me. I will be on the lookout for more books from this author.

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