|Crash into Me|
|Crash into Me by L.A. Fiore|
|When a stabbing death calls homicide detective Molly Donahue and her partner to Central Park, it’s just the beginning of a string of murders in an investigation that leads them to Los Angeles, and the death of a Hollywood starlet three decades earlier.
During the course of their investigating, they interview billionaire Kade Wakefield. Molly isn’t prepared for her reaction to him. He’s stoic, intense and possibly on the wrong side of the law, but she’s undeniably attracted.
Kade Wakefield isn’t expecting detective Molly Donahue. She’s the law, and he follows it when it suits him, but the insatiable hunger she stirs has his well-honed control pushing at the cage to break free.
As the investigation heats up, they start an intensely passionate affair but soon learn what’s between them is more than physical, something they’re willing to give it all up for, but her case takes a deadly turn and the one she hunts is now hunting them.
|Let me throw a question at you … Do you know the names “Kate Beckett” and “Eve Dallas” – and maybe do you even love everything around/about these characters ?
If yes – you came to the right place when you want to read this book. And I probably just now told you everything you need to know …
And if you have no idea what I am talking about … google them … AFTER you read this book.
It has been a long time since an author brought back my love for this kind of romance. There was a time in my life when read tons of books with criminal or forensic settings that had romance as side note …… Actually it all started with Ms. Marple when I was very VERY young – probably to young – but … it didn’t hurt. Then something changed – probably life – and I moved on to other reading subjects. Until … (as I said – google it) … anyway – there weren’t to many authors out there that could deliver that plotline to me in a way that I liked – but when I read the plot of Molly and Kade – I knew Ms. Fiore would deliver – she always does …
I loved every second of it … even if I have to admit that some of the side strings would have made great plot lines on their own instead of disappearing into an afterthought within this story.
If you love the darker dominant guys that are not afraid of strong women – you came to the right place … And trust me – Ms. Fiore threw so many distractions into the story that not even a “Ms Marple Senior Fan” like me could get a read on the culprit until it was almost to late.
And let my close with the cryptic line of “One man’s button is another man’s name card”