Monday, August 28, 2017

Review: Primal Instinct (Instinct #1) by Janie Crouch #HelenReviews

Primal Instinct by Janie Crouch

Primal Instinct (Instinct #1) by Janie Crouch
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Primal Instinct by Janie Crouch blurb

Book review by HelenThis is the first Harlequin Intrigue and the first book by this author that I have read and there will be more. Wow! What a story! I loved it - the tension, the suspense and the spark that is so strong between the very vulnerable heroine, Adrienne Jeffries who has a gift that is good and bad for her and the hero, FBI agent Conner Perigo who starts off very sceptical when they first meet. I loved seeing him change his opinion.

Adrienne has worked for the FBI before as a profiler but ended that job eight years before. Now there is a serial killer loose on the streets of San Francisco and the FBI need her help again. When Conner and his partner Seth arrive at her horse farm, she is given a proposition that she cannot refuse. But her skills are not working all the time and the reason will push Conner and her together head first into a very loving relationship.

Conner is drawn to Adrienne from their first meeting but it takes a bit to convince him that she will be any help in capturing the serial killer, Simon Says, and that pull between them grows stronger as he sees from a distant what her skills do to her and the strength she shows. When the killer goes after Adrienne, well, Conner’s love comes to the surface in such a beautiful way.

This really is a story not to be missed and I am looking forward to the next book in the series. Ms Crouch has brought to life a murderer and the strong people that go after him. Their personalities are caring and loving, and I felt very close to them all. Thank you Ms Crouch for a fabulous story I loved it.

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    1. LOL. I didn't even notice it until you pointed it out. Reminds me of those creepy thriller movies.

  2. This one was a really good story and the start of a series :)

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