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Sunday, November 15, 2009
Review - Love You To Death by Shannon K. Butcher
Title: Love You To Death
Author: Shannon K. Butcher
Publisher: Hachette Book Group
Rating: You GOTTA Read
Reviewed By: Roberta
Blurb: It's been days since reporter Elise McBride has heard from her sister, Ashley. She's convinced Ashley has met with some kind of foul play, especially when she learns that bodies of other missing women have surfaced in and around Chicago--all victims of a brutal serial killer. Convinced her sister is still alive, Elise vows to risk everything to save her...
The last thing ex-cop Trent Brady needs is more blood on his hands. Yet when he catches Elise breaking into her sister's house, full of reckless determination and fear, he knows she needs his help. But just as desire ignites between them, a twisted madman sets his sights on Elise. Hell-bent on possessing her for himself, this psychopath won't rest until he has his perfect woman.
Review: Have you ever found a book you could not put down? This book, 'Love You To Death' will definitely be added to the list. From the first chapter til the very last, you will be craving more of Shannon K. Butcher's work. Not only is it fast paced, it will have you on the edge of your seat or biting your nails to see what happens between Trent and Elise. Plus, you have to get the book to find out what happens to Elise's sister, Ashley.
I don't want to ruin the book for our readers. I will tell you the serial killer in this book reminds me of a Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, and Buffalo Bill from the 'Silence of the Lamb' combined. The things this man does is not only disturbing. You will question if this could happen today. Unfortunately, the answer is yes.
All I can say now is please, please go pick up this book. You will be wondering why you have never read Shannon K. Butcher's work before. If you have read her work, you have to add this to your collection. This is a must read and a definite book for your keeper shelf.