Friday, November 29, 2019

Review: A Stranger's Love (Psychic Heat Book 3) by Roxy Boroughs

Undercover cop Grady Keys is on the trail of a serial kidnapper in Fort Lauderdale. A kidnapper turned killer.

The crime touches a nerve for Grady. He can’t shake the memory of his high school sweetheart, Brianna Webb, who was also kidnapped and murdered as a teen.

That twenty-year-old case is still unresolved, and it’s the reason Grady entered law enforcement. And why he avoids emotional attachments.

Former child star Caitlyn Glasberg, financially strapped after a disastrous marriage, buys fixer-upper homes and sells them at a profit. Hoping to make a TV comeback, she’s filming her current renovation project — which happens to be Brianna’s childhood home.

When Caitlyn hears ghostly noises and sees visions of a present-day kidnapping, she contacts police. Intrigued, Grady launches his own investigation, while struggling to guard his heart from the beguiling actress.

A woman the killer wants.

My Review:

I didn’t think this series could get any better, but it did.

Former child star, Caitlyn Glasberg, is trying to reignite her career by filming a home renovation show when she starts having visions of women being abducted and murdered.  Her friend convinces her to go to the police with it after one of the visions becomes reality when Caitlyn sees the girl’s picture in the newspaper the next day. 

Police officer, Grady Keys, takes an interest in Caitlyn’s case as he has a personal connection with the house she is renovating.  His high school girlfriend lived there before she was found dead.  Things get hot between Caitlyn and Grady but when Caitlyn finds out Grady has been keeping secrets from her, she kicks him to the curb.  But when the tables are turned and Caitlyn becomes a victim, Grady will do anything to rescue her.   

I sat on the edge of my seat while reading this book.  I just wish it was longer.  I wasn’t ready to say goodbye to these characters.  I would suggest reading these books in order because of the way this book ends.  I think it was the perfect ending for the series, but actually hope more books will follow.