Every Dark Corner Synopsis:
When FBI Special Agent Griffin ‘Decker’ Davenport wakes from a coma, he immediately thinks of two things: first, the ring of human traffickers he’s spent the past three years undercover to bring down was just the tip of the iceberg; second, the brown eyes he sees upon waking belong to a woman he trusts to help him finish the job he started.
FBI Special Agent Kate Coppola’s mission is to stop the growing menace of domestic human trafficking, starting with the customers and suppliers of the now-broken Cincinnati trafficking ring. Decker’s new revelation is her worst nightmare – one of the traffickers’ customers is acquiring teens for the Internet sex trade.
Kate and Decker’s search for this mystery customer becomes more difficult and dangerous with every passing hour as witnesses, suspects, and even members of their own team, are systematically exterminated by a predator who lets nothing stand in his way…
The third book in the Cincinnati series, by romance suspense author Karen Rose, picks up where book two left off after the traffickers were caught. I will say you don’t absolutely need to read the first two books, but like all Karen’s books I do find that you get a clearer picture of all the characters if you have. It definitely can be read as a stand alone book too 🙂
This book follows Agent Kate Coppola & Special Agent Griffin “Decker” Davenport in their pursuit of “The Professor” – a criminal kingpin who always manages to be one step ahead of the FBI. Will they track him down in time to stop him & save Mallory?
To be honest, I’ve never been a big fan of the romance genre, instead picking up any mystery/crime/suspense novel I could find. However, Karen has somehow managed to intertwine the two genres so expertly, that I found myself not being able to put her books down! This book is a little darker than alot of her books to me, due to the child abuse & trafficking elements, which as a mum really does start you thinking. Her formula really hasn’t changed from her other books, and this is the 10th book of hers I’ve read, but really if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it right?!
Karen seems to have a knack for understanding both the dark & light side of human nature, and a gift for being able to portray that to her readers. Told from a few different view points, including the “Villian” & a “Victim” Every Dark Corner is fast paced & so intense you’re gonna read it from cover to cover without putting it down!
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** Huge thanks to Hachette NZ for my copy of Every Dark Corner – opinion & review my own 🙂
Hachette Blog Tour:
Monday: Review at Sofilly
Tuesday: Interview with Karen Rose at Narrative Rose
Wednesday: Interview with Karen at Hachette NZ
Thursday: Review at NZ Booklovers
Friday: Character Profile at Book Date
Saturday: Review and Giveaway here at I’m Not SuperMum
Sunday: Review at The Spanish Bluebell