Romantic Suspense is my jam and Laura Griffin is one of my favorite’s at writing these easy, fun, and thrilling reads.
Rowan Healy is one of the best forensic genealogist in Austin. She’s used to tacking down criminals and also helps people find their families. After years of no leads, Jack Bruner, an Austin Detective, has enlisted Rowan to help him track down this elusive serial rapist. As the pressure to catch the rapist/killer mounts so does the tension between Rowan and Jack. A killer might not be all they catch.
I so enjoyed this one. Both Rowan and Jack are great leads and I found myself really rooting for them but I just didn’t feel much chemistry between the two. Their attractive was also semi abrupt. However, as all Griffin’s books are, it was a fast read, and well written police procedural with just a sprinkle of romance added in. 3.5 stars rounded up to 4.
The Last Close Call is out now. Huge thank you to Berkley for my advanced copy in exchange for my honest opinion. If you liked this review please let me know either by commenting below or by visiting my Instagram @speakingof.books.