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by Nancy Bush

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

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Blind Spot picks up where Unseen left off, with the mysterious women of Siren Song. Bush creates multidimensional characters with terrible flaws, yet readers can empathize with them as they struggle to find answers and love, making their way through the challenges they face. While many of the characters are unlikable, the seemingly impossible romance and steadily tightening plot leads to a satisfying conclusion.

Psychologist Claire Norris survived an attack from a patient, but it resulted in the death of another woman, Langdon Stone’s sister. Langdon blames Claire for protecting his sister’s killer. Langdon investigates after a man is brutally stabbed to death and his companion, a pregnant young woman, now comatose, is taken to the private mental hospital where Claire works. To protect her patient, Claire works with Langdon to uncover the girl’s secrets, which include a link to the mysterious women from Siren Song. (ZEBRA, Jul., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: July 2010

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