My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The suspense and thrills are high in this third book in the Lost and Found series. From the chilling opening scene to the final confrontation you’re on a nonstop ride with a sexy brooding hero and a tough but vulnerable heroine.
We’ve met Marcus in the previous books and knew he had a tragedy in his past that has left him feeling guilty and content with living his life with just his dog Diablo (who plays a large part in the story and you just fell in love with him every time he was on the page).
Christine Holland walked in right after a killer murdered her sister. Even though she was face to face with him and managed to get away she has blocked out what he looks like. It’s now two years since the murder and she has been running from the killer who seems to find her everywhere she goes. After his latest threat she decides to go to Lost and Found, Inc for protection and help in trying to bring the killer to justice.
The chills were a plenty with the creepy killer and his thoughts. Its always nice when the author doesn’t spare us any gruesome details. Even though Chris and Marcus were put through hell from the killer and they both had reasons to not want to get involved the author didn’t apply the typical angsty drama between them as the story went along. Marcus had some ghost to put to rest but he managed to do it without breaking Chris heart in the process which was such a refreshing change.
I’ve never been disappointed with any of Jerrie’s books and this was no exception. Looking forward to the next book in the series.