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She was twenty-three and already in love. She was certain he'd be handsome. She would be dead before midnight.
Bryna Bankhead carefully dressed for her date with the wonderful Dante, a man she's only ever spoken to online. By the end of the night, rose petals are scattered, poetry has been quoted - and Bryna has been murdered.
What starts as a mistake, becomes a terrifying game, as two young men pursue their poisonous obsession with an illegal drug and an insatiable desire. As more girls are taken, homicide lieutenant Eve Dallas and her roguish husband Roarke must think fast and act even faster.
And then Eve discovers the secret to their destructive past and a deadly trap is set . . .
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- ASIN : B002TZ3CMW
- Publisher : Piatkus (6 November 2008)
- Language : English
- File size : 829 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 372 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 29,625 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Well written and plotted story that gives us the who and why right at the start, leaving you to tag along as Eve and the gang do their stuff to bring justice to those who think killing is a game.
I really disliked the whole reasoning of the why, but man playing god is nothing new. I just wished the whole corrupt company and its employees were taken down over the making and using of these drugs.
I always enjoy following along as Eve does her thing. Her thinking and reactions to situations either amuse me or have me wishing we had actual police officers as dedicated as she is.
We get some extremely fun and entertaining interactions between our main players.
Charles and Louise hit it off, leaving Peabody dealing with a very cantankerous McNab. These two finally become a couple, no matter Eve’s pleas to be left ignorant of what is happening.
Roarke plays a big part and even Summerset gets a chance at tormenting Eve when he has to treat her for being sick.
Mavis, Trina and Leonardo have their parts to play.
I have read all of these books twice already as I own most in paperback and have most of the kindle versions too.
I am rereading this series once more, updating and replacing missing reviews.
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It says a lot when you're thirteen books into a series and still loving every minute of it. I was really nervous starting the In Death books, it's pretty intimidating when you know that there are already upwards of 40 books published, but now I'm actually thrilled that I still have so many unread books ahead of me. I just can't seem to get enough of these characters! I love Eve, she's both tough as nails and deeply vulnerable and as she gradually seems to be remembering more about her past I have a feeling we're only beginning to touch on her childhood trauma. Roarke is fabulous too and definitely one of my favourite book boyfriends right now. He understands Eve in a way that few others do and he's been a constant source of support since they met, their relationship has had it's rocky moments but they're in a pretty good place right now and their bond just gets stronger with each book.
This is a series about death and murder so of course it has it's dark moments but there is also plenty of humour too thanks to characters like Peabody and McNab. Peabody is a brilliant aide to Eve but she's a bit dense when it comes to her personal relationships so it's been really interesting to see things with her and McNab go totally pear shaped. We do get some progress on that front in this book but they're both pretty stubborn and mule headed so who knows how long they'll be on speaking terms for this time. I guess I'll just have to dive straight into the next book to find out!