Portrait in Death (In Death, #16)Portrait in Death by J.D. Robb

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Oh how I love me some Roarke and Eve.
This book was no exception, Nora Roberts delivers as always.
I don’t want to give too much away, but here goes:

Eve’s day starts off PERFECT. Somerset is leaving for 2 weeks and she is overjoyed. Somerset free for a whole 2 weeks! After stuffing herself with breakfast and starting her day with a smile, it all comes to a shattering halt.

Somerset’s plans are derailed, all hell breaks loose and another sick psycho has killed again. All in a days work, Eve would say…but why did this day have to go to shit?

Roarke get’s blind sided, first by Somerset’s change in plans and next by the news of his past, someone who new his mother.

We learn a lot in this novel about the past, the bonds of family and the strength of Eve and Roarke’s love for each other. The firey frustration and heat that they ignite never fails to entice and mystify me. God I love me some Roarke.
Could such a intense, sexy and passionate man truly exist?
Oh well, at least we have the “in Death series to give us our regular dose of that delicious man.

Excellent read. Loved this book.

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