Wednesday, April 30, 2014

RS Review: You're Not Safe (Texas Rangers) Mass Market Paperback

I've finished "You're Not Safe" the 2nd book in her Texas Rangers series by Mary Burton.

He Will Never Forget

The broken body hanging from a tree in Texas Hill Country the frozen figure huddled in a meat locker only at second glance does the truth become apparent. What seems like suicide is far more sinister, and the terror is only beginning.

Never Forgive

One devastating moment changed Greer Templeton's life and ended two others. Now, with a body found on her property and Texas Ranger Tec Bragg on her doorstep, Greer's nightmare has returned. With each new victim, her link to Tec's case grows, and soon it will be too late to run.

And Never Let Them Live

Greer hoped the past was behind her, but an obsessed killer has never forgotten the bond that unites them. One by one, he will track down his victims, finish what was started -- and make Greer's dying wish come true.

Product Details
Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Zebra Books (Mass Market) (March 25, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1420125079
ISBN-13: 978-1420125078

My Review:

Storyline:  One devastating moment when Greer was 15 changed her life and left two people dead.  A body is found on her property and Texas Ranger Tec Bragg on her front porch which is Greer's worst nightmare come back to haunt her.  As Tec investigates he realizes all the victims are linked to Greer.

Greer thought she had put her past behind her but the killer remembers the bond between them.  He is determined to track them one by one and grant Greer's final wish. 

Characters:  Greer has a lot of baggage but it has made her a strong and resilient woman.  I'm glad that she was able to hold her own against Tec and it was very nice to see her walls come crashing down.

Glad that Tec was a very patient and fair in his investigation.  He believes what he sees, touch and hear and he is quite unsettled by his attraction to Greer.

Romance:  Greer and Tec were a great couple/team because they both know what each was feeling.

Villain:  I really like how the villain played with their victims both psychologically and physically.


Thanks JOAN SCHULHAFER PUBLISHING & MEDIA CONSULTING for sending me this book to review, greatly appreciated!

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