Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Kill Shot by Susan Sleeman
Olivia is a psychologist specializing in helping PTSD patients. When one of her patients is shot Olivia stumbles on the crime scene and is chased by the suspect. Rick is an FBI agent tasked with finding whoever killed Olivia's patient. Someone has stolen a highly dangerous weapon and is using it to kill Olivia's patients. Could she be the next target?
Neither Rick nor Olivia is interested in a relationship. Rick is suspicious of Olivia's involvement in the murders and Olivia has seen what a military background like Rick's can do to relationships. Despite their misgivings about each other their is an attraction that neither can deny. Can they both overcome their pre-conceived ideas about each other and be able to act on their attraction or once the killer is found they must go their separate ways?
This is the second book in the White Knights series. I absolutely loved it! The author has a way of drawing the reader in from the very beginning of the story. I didn't want to put the book down, especially when I got to the exciting conclusion around midnight! Kill Shot was well worth the loss of sleep! I love the White Knights team and their interaction with each other and with the people they help, and I look forward to the next book in the series.
Check out my review of the first book in the series: