He was the sexiest guy she'd ever met. And that was about all Jess Baxter knew about her newest tenant. Rob Carpenter was a master at dodging questions...and igniting her desires. With just one of his searing kisses, Jess was hotter than the Florida sun. Then the murders started - all women who looked like her. And the profile of the killer matched Rob... Was he an innocent victim - or had his burning kisses only been a smoke screen? One thing was certain: Rob Carpenter was no ordinary man.
©1990 Suzanne Brockmann (P)2014 Dreamscape Media, LLC
"No Ordinary Man contains many of the key literary ingredients, including sizzling hot romance and a high-stakes, high-suspense plot, that have made the author's Navy SEAL books a fan favorite." (Booklist)
Hard to tell.... probably nothing. It's just not a good book.
I will try the same author as she had written some fantastic books, but this is unfortunately not one of them.
Both lead characters, actually. There is just nothing interesting about either of them.
Flat and boring. Also, fuels a dangerous myth that dysfunctional men from violent homes make great romantic partners.
Where is the addicting "page turner" from Brockmann in this book? I could easily put it down.
Wayyy. Narrator was flat. A few voices were just silly, plus her Michigan accent kept popping in and out.
80% of the denials of I can't tell you. Just didn't hold up.
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