Jerry Mansko, a fun-loving Paramedic/Firefighter is in physical therapy for a major injury to his leg. His therapist, Sara Acosta, fascinates him from the first time he sees her. But there's something unavailable and even a little dark about Sara. When she walks out on a date with him he checks her apartment to ensure she's OK. But Sara's not there ... and the words written on the walls in blood indicate a mystery far beyond his abilities to solve. Can Jerry find Sara and convince her to let him in to her life?
What a refreshing setting this book has. I've liked Jerry since the book one, and was looking forward to his story, and this didn't disappoint.
Jerry is fun, easy going guy. And when Sara is in trouble, Jerry tries his best to save her, rescue her, even though Jerry feels he's way over his head with the mission.
Without giving away anything on the plot, that is full of surprises, twists and turns, the man hunt in the story is grueling. The suspense, tension of the danger is constant, and will keep you absorbed in the story.
The attraction, love, Sara and Jerry have for each other is so sweet and endearing. The way Jerry fights for their relationship made me want to cheer.
The story is interesting, and like said, with so many new aspects in it from chapter to chapter, it is hard to say much, without giving something away and spoiling the element of surprise. But this whole series is something that has just gotten better by each book, and I can warmly recommend it to all fans of romantic suspense!
Four spoons for this story and the whole series!!
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