Online dating detective
Hey, he realizes the dating scene can be deadly -- but this is ridiculous! But it was ok, I was just a little bit surprised considering most of Rachel Gibson’s books, especially the other books in this series that I already read, are Contemporary Romance.
So this may have rated the five stars even without the sense of relief of coming from a string of samey badreads.
But it was ok, I was just a little bit surprised considering most of Rachel Gibson’s books, especially the other books in this series that I already read, are Contemporary Romance.
(I got the same feeling I got when I started reading her book, Lola Carlyle Reveals All.) And as always happens when I read her books, I was hooked from the first page and totally engrossed in the story.
He says he's a plumber, while Lucy claims she's a nurse! But Quinn's really an undercover cop hunting down a serial killer, and he sees Lucy as his top suspect.
She's really a mystery writer, dating online while researching her next book. And while he could really go for this smart, sexy woman with the killer bod -- if that's the only thing "killer" about her -- he knows he needs to wine and dine her and discover the truth. When I picked up this one, I didn't know that I was going to read a Romantic Suspense story.
And while I thought Quinn was a bit obtuse in thinking Lucy might be the killer because she wrote so evocatively I had to remind myself that a lot of people don't understand how writers work and that Ah, the trials of online dating in the 2006 frontier.