Series: Killer Instinct #3 | Pages: 384 | Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: HQN Books | Publication Date: December 26, 2017
Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
Two FBI agents are caught in a merciless vigilante’s crosshairs in New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden’s electric Killer Instinct series
Sheltered in the shadows of the Smoky Mountains is the suspect who’s summoned FBI agent Macey Night’s fears to the surface. Every day that the “Profiler,” a vigilante serial killer, escapes justice is another day she’s reminded of what it is to be a ruthless predator’s prey. Capturing him is a craving deeper than anything she’s felt in a long time. But Agent Bowen Murphy, equal parts sexy and volatile, seems hell-bent on changing that. Working together—needing, living and breathing each other—they’re entwined to distraction.
Bowen’s used to operating on impulse: act, don’t feel. Now Macey and the controlled terror behind her beautiful eyes have him rethinking everything, including his rule to never get close to a colleague. He’s willing to fight for a future with Macey, but the consequences of love could be deadly.
I went into this book knowing only one thing. Cynthia Eden wrote this book. I have read most of everything she has written, but never one of her dark thrillers. I never got the chance to read the first two titles, but thanks to Harlequin, I had the pleasure to read Into The Night.
Into The Night drew you into the world where everything was not what it seemed and everyone was not what they appear to be. This story had so many twist and turns. The body counts were stacking up, and only one team could stop a vigilante killer that seems to be out killing serial killers. But, that wasn’t good enough for this vigilante killer. He wanted to put his skills against, one of the best team that ever was. Can the team of Macey and Bowen catch this killer before another victim is found?
I wish I can give this book more than 5 stars. The plot was enthralling, and the suspense was spellbinding. Into the Night had you guessing right up until the very last page. Can you say I didn’t see that ending coming, I assumed I guessed the identity of the villain of this story, by the introduction of the character. However, with this story having so many plot twists, I found myself second guessing at times. To me, this story is most certainly a keeper, one I will find myself reading several more times before I got enough of reading it.
I must find time to read the other books in this series. But for now, Into the Night certainly, deserve every bit of the 5 stars and more.