Wednesday, 6 February 2013
Loves Deadly Obsession
Die For Me
Author: Cynthia Eden
Publish Date: February 12 2013
Cynthia has done it again with another well written and intriguing book.
Katherine is a woman with a past shrouded in secret. A woman just wanting to get on with her life and the ability to live without fear.
Dane is a Police Detective, not without secrets or a troubled past of his own. They are thrown together by a current murder investigation, romance blossoms despite the danger they face.
Valentine, a man with an obsession, the one person he has truly loved but lost, is she now his next target?
I absolutely loved this story. From the moment I read the first page I was hooked! The plot is so enticing and realistic, I felt I was along for the ride on the investigation.
Katherine is such a strong person and just inherently good. She is just one of those genuinely beautiful people; the sort of person you aspire to be like.
Dane is dark, but believes wholeheartedly in justice and in doing what is right. You have to like him for the integrity he shows. He is tenacious in his search for the truth and in having the responsible person brought to justice. He has a real protective streak towards Katherine which is shown again and again by his actions. You just can't help but like him; he is one of those dark, mysterious types that women love!
Dane and Katherine together are pure sizzle. Their connection is hot but believable. They just seem to balance one another; she is the light to his dark. You can't help but want them to find their happy ending.
The story was full of suspense, keeping you guessing as to what would happen next and who the next victim would be. The supporting characters are strong and well written with a depth that lends credibility to the story. I particularly liked Mac as he played the voice of objectivity, not willing to just believe blindly.
Overall Die For Me is a stunning read. I look forward to reading what is up next by Cynthia Eden, her stories just get better and better.
ARC provided by publisher for honest review