But then her first homicide scene sets her on the trail of a serial killer and throws her together with Agent Jim Wills - a natty state cop with an attitude to match his good looks, who has no use for "meddling" reporters. The murderer leaves a peculiar signature on each male victim - a baby-blue ribbon around an intimate body part.
As the investigation continues, Jancy and Jim's mutual attraction grows despite their efforts to deny it. With the death of a close friend, the case gets personal...and the evidence points toward the sheriff's office. As Jancy and Jim plot to trap their quarry, the killer lays plans that may claim them both.
©2006 Sharon Ervin; (P)2009 Books In Motion
I can read faster than the narrator speaks. Plus the narrator is so busy trying to properly enunciate each word that she completely loses the momentum of the book and she makes it hard to visualize the characters. I can normally get "lost" in a book, but this narrator just ground on my nerves! I would recommend actually reading this book and not listening to it. I couldn't even get past listneing to the first chapter!
I gave this book three stars because in my opinion though it was not well written however, I was able to at least finish the book, which I cannot say for some other books. This is my first book from Sharon Ervin and I am in no rush to purchase anymore of her books. If the books are interesting or well written I tend to purchase the entire series, however this book was enough for me. It was just too bland. Though the story begin with some action, there is never any real true excitement. After the first quarter of the book the reader or listener can figure out the rest of the story without even listening to the rest of the book, that is a good indication that the story is way too shallow. If this were a movie, my recommendation would be wait for it to come out on video or wait for it to become a made- for- television movie. There are simply better authors.
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