I didn't think this was one of Kay Hooper's best. The main character Dani Justice was not easy to care about and I missed the camaraderie that usually exists with the members of Bishop's team. Overall all, I wish Hooper had fleshed out the story with more characterization. Despite my complaints, I still enjoyed the book and think others who like Hooper's writing will. too.
After reading her first book I was hooked. I thoroughly enjoy the Bishop series. That being said, this is by far my least favorite. I just didn't feel the camaraderie that flows in the others.
She's tried something new in this one too. It seems she's fleshing out the whole picture of the group rather than just focusing on an individual.
Good beginning to end, story goes on and on without description after description! read it in two days probably one day is enough if you can just sit and read all day.
Not what I expected of Kay Hooper and definitely not what I expected from a Noah Bishop novel. All in all, the book was an easy read. Too little detail about the killer. The ending totally sucked and left me hanging wanting more. Not one of her best books. I guess we will now see a "Blood" series because it's obvious that it isn't over with this novel.
This is another good book by Kay Hooper. Just like her others, there's a lot of intrigue and a little romance thrown in too. I didn't like the ending but it does prepare you for the next book.