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  • Great romantic suspense.

    It's that time of year again - when Leslie Tentler publishes a new book! Was very excited to see that we were getting a third Rarity Cove novel and that this time it is Mercer who is centre stage. In Dark Water starts on a very sombre note, with scenes reintroducing us to Mercer and her brothers Mark and Carter from the first two books. We catch up with a little of their lives now. Then I turned the page and the action hit me in the face! Mercer is the sole witness to a double murder. Detective Noah Ford is assigned to the case. The murders could be very sensitive indeed and so he arranges for Mercer to be taken to the St Clair hotel until he can take her statement. The only trouble is her location is leaked and an attempt is made on her life. From here on in it was a game of cat and mouse, trying to figure out who the murderer was and who may have been behind it. Whilst running for their lives Mercer and Ford form a bond together, not the run-through-the-woods-and-stop-to-have-sex bond but a bond based on mutual respect/friendship and need. I liked that Ms Tentler kept the physical parts to the appropriate moments in the storyline - no eyerolling here! I also liked that Mercer was the subtle aggressor in the relationship whilst Noah wrestled with and maintained his professionalism. Ms Tentler writes the romantic suspense I love to read and having read all her books I can honestly say she can still catch me out stuffing a surprise or two in - a tall order when I mostly read RS. A great end to the trilogy.

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