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Thursday, July 23, 2009
Review - I Can See You by Karen Rose
Title: I Can See You
Author: Karen Rose
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
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Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed By: Roberta
Karen Rose delivers her latest pulse-pounding suspense novel, where the line between the virtual world and everyday reality blurs when it comes to murder.
Eve Wilson's face was once scarred by a vicious assault. Terrified and ashamed, she escaped to the online realm, where she could choose the face she allowed people to see. Years later, her outer scars faded and inner scars buried, Eve has fought her way back to the real world and is determined to help others do the same. Now a graduate student moonlighting as a bartender, Eve researches the addictive powers of online communities. When her test subjects begin turning up dead as a result of apparent suicides, she doesn't know where to turn.
Homicide detective Noah Webster is one of the few people who believe the victims are connected murders. Eve becomes Noah's online guide and realizes that the handsome detective may have secret scars as painful as her own. As Eve and Noah chase a killer who is always one step ahead of them, together they try to overcome the tragedies of their pasts and learn to trust again, but they soon discover that danger is much closer than they think.
What do you say about a book that has everything you want in a romantic suspense? First, it keeps you entertained from beginning to end. The pace of the book keeps you turning the pages and trying to figure out who the killer is to the last chapter. The two main characters, Eve and Noah, will have you rooting for them from the beginning. Even though, they have both been through some horrible incidents in their past. They seem to find a common connection that will have you envying their relationship. There are several secondary characters that will leave you wondering if the author is going to write their story next. Which you will definitely want. This author knows how to make the plot and the dialogue seem effortless. You not only can see what is happening to the characters, but you can actually feel it as well. I just wish I could write as eloquently as Karen Rose in order to do this review justice. You will definitely be adding her to your to buy list. I know I have. I am looking forward to hearing more from the Hat Squad in the future.