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Taken Off the Case:
What thriller do you love that no one else does?
This was a tough one for me.
I’m going to go strictly by GoodReads ratings.
I liked this one at least a full star more than most people did.
Thriller that makes you cringe
when you see the title.
Well, the title itself doesn’t make me cringe,
but my reaction to seeing the title does.
I really got mad about so many things in this one.
Going Dark by Monica McCarty
Thriller that went way overboard
I Am Justice by Diana Stewart Munoz
This one went well beyond credulity for me
when it came to the heroine’s skills at such a
young age and her over the top emotions and actions.
It’s Just the Wind, Right?
Thriller you won’t read in the dark.
I remember feeling some serious chills when I was
reading parts of this one particularly when I was inside
the head of the serial killer and when the heroine was
alone and being watched.
Closer Than You Think by Karen Rose
Thriller that takes place outside the US
I could have picked several, but I loved this one
set in Australia and written by an Australian author.
By Her Side by Lizzy Chandler
Rewind the Surveillance Shot:
What thriller would I re-read?
There is a short list of books I’d re-read and this
book/series made the cut. I love me some Ty and Zane.
Cut & Run by Abigail Roux
Wet Paper Bag Ninja:
What TSTL heroine do you love anyway?
She’s a dedicated doctor for the team and her clinic
down in Central America, but she also fiercely
charges into danger and easily gets herself captured
and others in danger as well. She’s a liability out
in the field, but I did like her character.
Midnight Revenge by Elle Kennedy, Sofia Amaro
I’ve Got His Six:
What hero do you wish would let the heroine go and choose you?
I’ve spent this year getting to know the delectable, dark
and sexy Irish wealthy husband of a certain cop.
I would totally hip check Eve to have Roarke, but I’d
totally lose because he only wants Eve and she’d
take me out so fast. LOL
Naked in Death by J.D. Robb
Weapons Check: What hero needs to be rescued?
Tom Paretski can find trouble without even
trying and frequently has people trying to kill him.
Heat Trap by JL Merrow
Special Agent in Charge:
What heroine needs to take matters into her own hands?
Capable and astute K-9 officer in a small town is the
only one to suspect the villain. Kit lets the others put her
off when she just needs to take care of business.
Through the Fire by Katie Ruggle
Call For Back Up: Thriller Solved Supernaturally
This series has a group of psychic FBI agents who
solve crimes involving supernaturally woo woo stuff.
Wait For Dark by Kay Hooper
Mission Off the Books: Thriller Out of this World
A futuristic distant planet murder mystery needs
solving and a bigger government conspiracy is behind it all.
Overload Flux by Carol Van Natta
Cold Case: Thriller you wish you’d never read.
This one had too much going on, characters who were
unbelievable and most of the time unlikeable.
Improbable background, situations, and… yeah…
I shouldn’t have even tried to finish when things
started piling up.
Every Deep Desire by Sharon Wray
Case Closed: Thriller that will always be your favorite
This is another tough one. I have many favorites.
I will choose one to list here. I adore the Sins Brothers
series and particularly Matt Dean.
Sweet Revenge by Rebecca Zanetti
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