Review: Till Justice is Served by Jerrie Alexander

FBI agent Rafe Sirilli has made the war against narcotics drugs his personal fight. Home to settle his father's estate, Rafe has no desire to get involved in local matters. Yet, he finds himself involved in solving two homicides and busting a drug ring as he tries to prove the innocence of a girl he'd long forgotten. Erin has grown into a beautiful woman. The passion she ignites in Rafe is hot enough to incinerate them both. His decision to deliver his own brand of justice will put his commitment to the law to the test.  High school counselor Erin Brady is committed to helping kids. Her world crashes around her when she's accused of making inappropriate sexual advances and suspected of murder. Erin's problems have only just begun. She has a secret admirer, one who vows to kill anybody who threatens to harm her or interfere with his plan. Rafe Sirilli agrees to help prove her innocence. Romance blooms, but Erin refuses to hope for permanence. Rafe is available for loan but not to keep.  Will facing old fears help Rafe capture the heart of the woman he loves? The woman who just turned him away?

FBI agent Rafe Sirilli has made the war against narcotics drugs his personal fight. Home to settle his father’s estate, Rafe has no desire to get involved in local matters. Yet, he finds himself involved in solving two homicides and busting a drug ring as he tries to prove the innocence of a girl he’d long forgotten. Erin has grown into a beautiful woman. The passion she ignites in Rafe is hot enough to incinerate them both. His decision to deliver his own brand of justice will put his commitment to the law to the test.
High school counselor Erin Brady is committed to helping kids. Her world crashes around her when she’s accused of making inappropriate sexual advances and suspected of murder. Erin’s problems have only just begun. She has a secret admirer, one who vows to kill anybody who threatens to harm her or interfere with his plan. Rafe Sirilli agrees to help prove her innocence. Romance blooms, but Erin refuses to hope for permanence. Rafe is available for loan but not to keep.
Will facing old fears help Rafe capture the heart of the woman he loves? The woman who just turned him away?

Till Justice is Served by Jerrie Alexander

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A romantic suspense with plenty of sexy Agents and a creepy stalker who thinks nothing of murdering those wronging his obsession no matter their age.

FBI Agent Rafe Sirilli has taken a leave of absence to come back to his hometown to take of his father’s estate after his death. He hasn’t been back in a long time due to bad memories. He is not back long before one his father best friends ask him if he could help his adopted daughter who has just been accused of killing one of her students..

Erin Brady decided to devote her lift to helping teens after her horrendous childhood before she was adopted. She is devastated after being accused of something horrible by one the students she counsels at the local high school that gets her suspended that soon after that student is brutally murdered. With Erin being the number one suspect she reluctantly agrees to letting the man that broke her heart in high school protect her especially when its not long before there is another murder and it becomes obvious the murderer has an obsession with Erin.

Right from the opening grisly scene we get plenty of time in the killer/stalkers head. We know that Erin is in a lot more danger before Rafe and all the other law enforcement that’s brought in but that didn’t take away from the suspense. The chemistry between Rafe and Erin was off the charts.

There were lots of secondary characters that I hope will be getting their own book in the future books in the series. This was a perfect blend of suspense and smoking romance and as always I look forward to more from this author.

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