About the Book
an isolated ranch goes from refuge…to crime scene.
After a murderer sends her taunting letters, FBI behavioral analyst Chelsey Banks retreats to a friend’s ranch—and interrupts the housekeeper being attacked. When evidence connects the break-in to a cold-case serial killer, Chelsey’s best friend, Texas Ranger Tack Holliday, needs her help. With Tack at her side, this could be Chelsey’s chance to catch two killers—unless one of them gets her first.
From Love Inspired Suspense: Courage. Danger. Faith.
Book 1: Texas Cold Case Threat
In My Opinion
In Texas Cold Case Threat by Jessica R. Patch, an FBI profiler doubts her training and abilities and her best friend (who is also a Texas Ranger) wants to know what she’s hiding.
I’m such a fan of friends to more romances (even the ones where the couple is fighting for their lives), and Patch gives a solid delivery of this trope while keeping readers on the edge of their seats. Everyone can relate to Chelsea in one way or another as most of us have experienced that niggling doubt that we don’t belong or that we’re not good enough (aka imposter syndrome).
Another area Patch excels in with this book is giving the reader plenty of suspicious characters. I was so focused on trying to figure out who was responsible, the answer came as a complete surprise. And those are the best books, the ones with answers you didn’t see coming.
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