Alone in the Dark by Karen Rose #bookreview #romanticsuspense #bookrecommendation

Are you ready for Cincinnati PD Homicide Detective Scarlett Bishop and Army Ex-ranger Marcus O’Bannion story?

 

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Alone in the Dark

Homicide Detective Scarlett Bishop has seen enough bad guys slip through the cracks and innocent victims go unavenged to know that good doesn’t always prevail. So far she’s been able to lock away her rage and her vigilante fantasies. That lock is about to break.

 
Former Army Ranger Marcus O’Bannion is a fierce champion of victims’ rights. His secret past gives him good reason. He believes he’s seen the depths of human depravity, but then his investigation into the murder of a young girl who once asked for his help lures him and Scarlett down a dark, dark road—and straight into the crosshairs of a dangerous, powerful underground ring that deals in human trafficking. To stop them, Scarlett and Marcus have to be just as cunning and just as ruthless. But first they have to make it out alive.

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TO be fair, the men description in the books are very very similar. Big, tall, huge, muscular, taller than most men, handsome or pretty. But the description of the women are very different and that’s a plus. 

So no need for me to say, Marcus is a very attractive, tall, huge man who survived an attack when he tried to save a stranger from a killer who killed anyone getting into his way. Scarlett is there to protect him when he’s in ICU. Then months passed and they did not have any contact with each other until one night when he calls Scarlett to meet him in a dark alley and he needed her help. When Scarlett reach the place, she found a dead girl lying there shot dead and an injured Marcus. When they try to identify the ‘Jane Doe’, they start to unveil something more and dark. And while they’re investigating, someone is determined to take Marcus down. So who and why?

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