With the killer stalking its prey online through dating sites, Quinn and Lucy get entangled in the chaos. I could definitely identify with her character, her motivations, and aspirations.
Lucy’s achievement in her writing career made me wish for the same thing. In some ways I felt like I was living vicariously through her character, except for that encounter with the crazed killer.
She explained the trouble with Valentine's Day (as if you didn't know! Her gaze slid to the front of the strip mall and sought the green-and-white Starbucks sign next to the golden glare of Blockbuster Video.
Rain pounded the hood of her car and bounced off the asphalt as she turned off the Beemer.
Meanwhile, Quinn was also a handful trying to keep his undercover cop persona under wraps while trying (very) hard to put a lid on his attraction for Lucy.
Strange enough, a serial killer on the loose is what got these two together in the first place.
And I guess it also helped that he had the tendency to talk dirty in the bedroom (haha! He was a complete jerk to Lucy when he revealed his intentions, but the resolution to that conflict paved off well and their HEA was very well-deserved.
What does a gal have to do to get a good date in this town?
Adele Harris can't even begin to answer that question.
But I’m totally down for book signings, book club talks, and experiencing love in the most unconventional manner. The man oozed sex appeal right through the pages, I tell you.
It was cute the way he found Lucy attractive at the onset and by the time he was already falling for her, I was swooning all over the place.
Hey, he realizes the dating scene can be deadly -- but this is ridiculous!