Book Review

by Roxanne St. Claire

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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P.I. Jazz Adams answers a request for help from her TV reporter twin sister, Jessica, only to discover that Jess has either disappeared or gone underground. Deciding the best thing to
do is to proceed with their original
plan, Jazz assumes Jess' identity in hopes of discovering the truth.

One major wrinkle in the plan is the arrival of Alex Romero, an elite bodyguard from the Bullet Catchers organization. Because of some threatening notes that Jess received, her new corporate boss has hired Alex to protect her. Alex immediately realizes that Jazz is the wrong twin and wants some answers. They end up joining forces to find
out what has happened to Jess. Is
a dangerous fan stalking her, or has
she stumbled across a much more
dangerous conspiracy?

When you need top-flight protection, the Bullet Catchers are the team you want. And when it comes to dishing up great romantic suspense, St. Claire is the author you want. Sexy and scintillating, her latest is a great platform to launch this exciting new series. (Oct., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Pocket

Published: October 2005

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4 Stars

Average Rating: 4 Stars
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Kill Me Twice

Submitted by Robin in PA on March 18, 2012 - 11:51am.

Jasmine Adams has come to Miami to take her twin sister's place while Jessica works on a big story. When she gets to Jessica's apartment, she finds Jessica is gone but her new bodyguard, Alex Romero, is waiting. Alex works for Bullet Catchers, a private organization who hires out to the rich. He has been assigned to guard Jessica who has been receiving threatening letters, but since she is already missing, he will protect Jazz. Alex and Jazz soon discover that Jessica is not working on a story, but really is missing. Now their mission is to find Jessica before a madman fulfills his promise to kill her.

This is the first book in St. Claire's Bullet Catchers series. I found the mystery/suspense portion of the book to be very interesting. I was surprised by who was behind Jessica's disappearance and liked the way the story was told. I wasn't as happy with the romance portion. I really liked Alex, but found Jazz a bit hard to take. She would just jump into the middle of situations without thinking about them. I also didn't think she loved Alex as much as he loved her. It was more like he was convenient to her since they were stuck together in Jessica's apartment. But, overall I liked this book and want to read more of the series. My rating: 4 Stars.