It was suggested by my mother that I might like these stories from J. D. Robb as she has collected all of them, so one day I just picked up a couple from the library and once again soon found out that I had picked out of sequence, but, no matter I organized myself to read this story and found myself in the future with Lt. Eve Dallas and the New York Police and Security Department and what a place to be!
Homicide detective Eve Dallas a police officer somewhere in the future knew when she married her powerful billionaire husband Roarke, that there were events in his past she would rather not know about, especially his criminal activities. These acts conflict with Eve’s code of ethics as an honest homicide detective. When a series of vicious murders involving torture and mutilation, occur, Eve realizes that all the victims assisted Roarke on his personal quest for vengeance. Eve faces the biggest crisis of her career and her marriage as she is confronted with choosing between love and honour.
I haven’t started to read this series in order and even with that I wasn’t too intolerably muddled.
Vengeance in Death is the sort of novel that that I expected it to be, the fast paced story is packed with action and is volatile and the relationship between the male lead and female lead fresh, scorching, and moving.
I just can’t wait to get to the next one!
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