I have always loved her books, this one was so confusing to follow, it jumps around too much. I was very disappointed.
In [book:Blood Sins|3630983] after the massive psychic explosion that ultimately killed Samuel (the bad guy), everyone at SCU who was involved in the incident felt their abilities change - some for the good and some not. The SCU team is involved in the continuing serial killer case that has dragged on for numerous books now. In this installment, the sniper and the serial killer mysteries are intense and suspenseful - you never know just what is going to happen next. The SCU team are all interesting characters who have evolved over the twelve books in the series and are still developing both mentally and psychically. It's a romantic suspense novel only in name as the characters develop romantic interests but never actually act on them. Just a good mystery and written in such a way that you don't really even have to know what happened in previous books.
This book is the third in the Blood series (previous books Blood Dreams and Blood Sins)featuring the Bishop Crime Unit. I loved this book. I especially liked Hollis Templeton, the special agent who is the star of this book. I enjoyed the bond she experienced with male agent, Reese DeMarco and the unexpected nature of their connection. This book continues the Unit's search for a psychic serial killer that is killing people in several southern states. What made this book so interesting was that the crimes were all tied in to previous crimes in numerous past novels of Kay Hooper. That raised the stakes for the crime unit since they knew that they were dealing with a diabolical killer who had studied their past cases. This book was GREAT. I read it in one day.
I thought Book 2 was a bit more intense, but this book was enjoyable. Overall theme of couples getting together with an overlay of paranormal sleuthing.