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  • An enjoyable start to the series

    Deadly Obsession was an enjoyable story and I certainly found the prologue intriguing and it did leave me excited to dive into the rest of the book. However, it did take me a while to get into mainly because it took a few chapters to really get going and establish all the characters and their relationships. But there was suspense and the identity of the killer kept me guessing. Not to mention the various characters were all extremely likable and the romance between Zoey and Knox, especially with the family and health related conflicts was enjoyable. Although it did overshadow the hunt for the serial killer. Which I found a bit of a shame. Yet, as starts to series go this was a good one and I'm certainly intrigued enough by these characters, particularly Cade and Grace to want to read more about them. So I will definitely be checking out the next book in the series and I would happily recommend Deadly Obsession to others. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

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  • Mildly suspenseful but pretty predictable romance

    Zoey Wright has a heart condition which has put her on the sidelines for most of her life, after yet another operation she is determined to live life to the full and exchanges her job as a CSI agent in the lab for one in the field. Her first job is the latest victim of the serial killer the town is dubbing the Beltway Cupid Killer. Watching from the shadows is old family friend Knox Steele, a former ranger and Zoey's older brother Cade's best friend. Knox has always had a soft spot for Zoey but when he tries to lay down the law and she rips him a new one he starts to see her not as his friend's kid sister but as a smart, feisty and beautiful woman. Knox doesn't plan on sticking around long, his tour overseas ended badly and he bears the weight of the world on his shoulders. This was a mildly suspenseful, easy to read, predictable romance. I'm afraid despite April Hunt's attempts to create multiple suspects I called the identity of the killer on page 124 (of 341). There were some good moments, like when Zoey called Knox a "watered-down man-baby" but I wouldn't put this in the same class as, say, Scarlett Cole or Laura Griffin. Also, in romancelandia why does no-one ever have a normal name like John (i'd accept Jon) or Pete, is it a prerequisite for special forces that they have a name like Roman or Knox? If you don't enjoy grisly scenes in your suspense, want more romance and less thriller, with tons of alpha males from the different services all with their own secret pain then this is for you. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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