The Detective by Adrienne Giordano – Review + Giveaway

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The Detective by Adrienne Giordano – Review + Giveawayon July 1, 2015
Pages: 224
Format: eARC
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four-stars

She’s captured his heart...and the attention of a murderer.

Injured homicide detective Brodey Hayward needs a distraction, and he finds it as a consultant on a cold case murder. When Brodey’s investigation delays plans to remodel the former crime scene, he uncovers another kind of distraction: spirited Lexi Vanderbilt. Despite her distrust of men, Brodey charms the alluring interior designer into helping him examine the case facts.

Working closely with the ultrasexy detective helps Lexi lower her guard, igniting a passion that even Chicago’s winter can’t cool. As they close in on the killer, Lexi becomes his new target. To save her, Brodey must either betray her trust—or risk losing Lexi forever.

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The Detective by Adrienne Giordano is the latest release in her romantic suspense line through Harlequin Intrigue. Adrienne’s romantic suspense stories never disappoint. She has a way of developing characters that you want to see end up together. The author does a great job of building suspense. I felt the tension increasing throughout the story and that kept me quickly turning pages.

I liked the interesting developments in the cases – it was neat to watch a cold case and a current case unfold. Brodey is an awesome hero in this story. I liked him right from the beginning and was excited to read his story. I enjoyed The Detective by Adrienne Giordano and recommend it to anyone who likes romantic suspense.

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Rating Report
Plot
four-stars
Characters
four-stars
Writing
four-stars
Pacing
four-stars
Cover
four-stars
Overall: four-stars

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21 comments / Add your comment below

  1. I do enjoy watching Castle, Monk, and White Collar (just to name a few – though Monk & White Collar are no longer making new episodes).

  2. My favorite TV detective is a toss up:) I love Magnum PI and Murder She Wrote:) I still remember sitting on our family couch watching them with my mom:) Wonderful memory.

  3. I know of no detectives. I have a favorite detective to read about- It is Sam Spade. He was the best.
    My favorite author for writing detective stories is Mickey Spillane

  4. I love detectives!. Suspense is my favorite genre. I watch Monk, Castle, The Mentalist, CSI etc. This book sounds very interesting too. Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. I don’t know any detectives but I love mysteries featuring detectives~from Jane Marple to Inspector Lewis to Monk! Love them all! This book sounds fantastic! Thank you for a great post and contest!

  6. I have met a few detectives in my life. None that I like too much though. Lol. On TV, I love Castle.

  7. I don’t know any but I do love the old detective shows like Magnum PI and Tenspeed and Brown Shoes

  8. I don’t know any detectives personally, but I love Sherlock. Benedict Cumberbatch plays Sherlock beautifully. The whole show is great. I wish that it would come back on again.

  9. dont know any real detectives..but i like all the csi shows,castle,the closer,rizzoli and isles

  10. Thanks for this post. I do not know any detectives personal. Two of my favorite book detectives are Alec Cross and Tom Bennett from books by James Patterson.

  11. We know a detective but now he is retired. We know more sheriff’s then we know detectives. Living in a very small town, you get know quite a few law enforcement officers. In fact, we live right across the street from a police officer.

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