1979. She graduated from Columbia Basin College with a degree in
Computer Science, then transferred to WSU where her next degree awaits
her. She currently lives in Washington State with her husband, three
sons, one male cat, one male guinea pig, and two fish… whom she is certain
are male as well.
Kaitlynn O’Conner was the elusive woman of many a man’s dreams.
Lucky for forensics guy Nate Morby, he was the man of her dreams too.
When he arrives at her house and finds evidence that she’s been kidnapped, he
believes there is a connection to a case he is currently working on. The
most gruesome case he’s had to deal with in years. Time is of the essence
as Kaitlynn fights for her life, and Nate fights to find her.
This book had a bit of romance, a bit of thriller, and a bit of mystery. But they didn’t all combine completely. But it was a very enjoyable read and I do recommend you pick up a copy yourself.
There is an instant connection between Kaitlynn and Nate. But it is the perfect couple that you find yourself pulling for them even with the quick connection.
As the story continues I found I didn’t really like Nate and his whole girly side choices. I tend to like the tough guys in my stories. But that is just my personal preference.
With a combination of being fully engulfed in the story and a couple of “really?” moments I think you’ll find yourself with an enjoyable and delightful read. I hope and can’t wait to see more from Kari in the future.
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