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  • Nice light read

    3.5 stars Pretend You're Safe by Alexandra Ivy is the 2nd in The Agency series.  Series Background:    (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books) Griffin Archer and Rylan Cooper run a software development company that provide security solutions to law enforcement and government agencies.  Griff works out of California, but Rylan recently moved back to Missouri to marry Jaci.  He is now commuting. My Synopsis:   (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) Carmen Jacobs is a journalist, whose best-selling book told the story of five serial killers who she interviewed in prison.  One of them, was Scott Daniels, who raped, tortured and killed hookers inside his semi, and dumped the bodies.  When Carmen receives a package with photo's of dead women, similar to Daniels victims, she knows there is a copycat out there.  But the police don't believe her. She goes to Griff, who she had tried to interview at one point, but had been refused.  He doesn't make it easy for her this time either.  But eventually, Griff realizes that Carmen herself is in danger.  He is also realizing that his feelings toward her are intense.  He will do whatever it takes to keep her safe.  But finding this copycat killer is not easy, and he has a feeling it may involve her estranged family, although Carmen cannot understand how or why. My Opinions:   Okay, yes, this second book also has a romance angle in it, of which I am not a fan.  However, these books have good plots, and good writing, so I can overlook the romance.  (That, and the sexual tension is a little hot -- hey don't judge me -- you are never too old to appreciate it). This was another entertaining read, with a fast pace, and lots of suspects.  Although it didn't exactly WOW me,  it was still a decent book. I don't think any of the books in this series are going to be very deep, but, I will continue reading them, because sometimes you just need something a little lighter.

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