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Title: Recluse
Series: Spider #1
Author: Jaycee Ford
Genre: Romantic Suspense
 Release Date: June 26, 2017

 

Blurb
You were my
brother in the line of duty.
My partner.
My best
friend.
You were
the man who had it all.
Your thoroughness
and precision made you a great cop.
It’s what
got you killed.
And now I
live with the darkening shadows of your memory.
You weren’t
here when I needed you to save me.
You weren’t
here when I needed help solving the most gruesome murder this town had ever
seen.
But most of
all, you weren’t here to keep me from falling in love with your wife.

 

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Author Bio
Bestselling author Jaycee Ford grew up chasing street cars around the city of New Orleans. After doing a four year stint at Louisiana State University, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and fled for the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. New Orleans beckoned her home again where she put her love of the foothills into a series of romance novels. In between writing, she’s found behind her desk at a top rated law firm … or still chasing street cars.
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If there is one thing I cannot stand. I repeat cannot stand then it is a to be continued without letting readers know. Kills me every time and makes me really frustrated to decide how to review a book. Moving on.

December 26th One year later…

Both Wyatt and Grace are slowly coming to terms with the death of his best friend and Grace’s husband. Since that fateful night feelings have developed. Wyatt has always carried a torch for Grace but now he can’t stop it. He tried to only be friends but it is also hard when that person starts to reciprocate the feelings. It is a slow journey for both of them.

The dead spouse trope isn’t my favorite and although this was done well I thought that there wasn’t enough time spent on the couple rather on the murder mystery that was going on.

The police station where Wyatt works is a bit like high school it is hard to keep track of who has the hots for who and what the deal is with all of them. Add in a new partner for Wyatt and everything gets busy and hectic.

The book could have been longer in my opinion. All this madness happens over a time span of a week. Obviously, I will read the next book there are good elements in the book and I enjoy the author’s writing style a lot. Bonus was that it is told solely from the Hero’s POV.

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