From the back of the book:
He lurks in the shadows, waiting and watching…
And once he has you, all you can do is…
BEG for MERCY
Megan Flynn thought she was falling in love. Cole Williams wasn’t just handsome and passionate, he was one of the good guys. Or so she thought, until he arrested her brother – the only family she has left – for a murder she knows he couldn’t have possibly committed. now, with her heart broken and her brother’s life handing in the balance, Megan will risk everything to prove his innocence. Even if that means throwing herself into the path of a sadistic killer with a hauntingly familiar MO.
Seattle Detective Cole Williams had given up on making Megan see reason where her brother is concerned. But when she insinuates herself into the most shockingly brutal case Cole has ever worked, he can’t stand idly by. Plunged into a secret world where the city’s elite indulge their darkest desires, Cole will do whatever it takes to bring down a madman who has made Megan his most coveted prey.
BEG FOR MERCY is heart-stoppingly fantastic! I really liked this book. Megan and Cole have a tumultuous relationship, but when it comes down to it they are it for each other. I loved Megan’s fight for her brother, Sean. She wouldn’t give up trying to prove his innocence – even though all evidence pointed against him. The suspense is high and the plot is full of twists and turns. I couldn’t put the book down. When reading suspense, I try to read during the day. I have a highly suggestive subconscious and if I’m reading or watching anything suspenseful it finds its way into my dreams. I couldn’t stop reading BEG FOR MERCY and ended up finishing the book at one in the morning. (I watched some cartoons before going to sleep to clear my mind) If you are a fan of romantic suspense this is a must read!
I try not to put stories about my kids on this blog, but this book was the basis for a cute kid story. I was reading and my son, whose 8, asked what the book was about. I was enthralled in the story and just said it was about a serial killer. My son then asked (with a completely straight face) why someone would kill cereal! Ha, Ha!
the book girl gives BEG FOR MERCY a 5/5
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