Review: Till the Dead Speak (Killer Affections #2) by Jerrie Alexander

Happy Friday!  Today I get to bring to you another great book by the wonderful Jerrie Alexander.  This is the second book in her Killer Affections series.  Til the Dead Speak will keep you on the edge of your seat while steaming up your e-reader with the sex scenes.  For my full review, keep reading after the book blurb.  Have a great weekend!

32069760Book Blurb:

When an injury on the job sends FBI agent Linc Hawkins home to rehab, his plan to enjoy the Malibu surf and sand is interrupted when a cafe owner he befriends is murdered, and a promise to take care of the man’s granddaughter must be kept. Keeping the sexy blonde safe and out of his arms proves to be a dangerous challenge, both to their lives – and to their hearts.

Samantha Anderson receives the shock of a lifetime when a grandfather she didn’t know existed, dies and leaves her a fortune. The life-altering event sends her to a fairy tale beach in Southern California and makes her question if her entire past was a sham. Sam uncovers family secrets with the aid of a smoking-hot FBI agent who’s hell-bent on keeping her safe. Sparks fly as they work side-by-side, and she finds herself falling in love.

The past and present collide as the pieces of this puzzle come together. Why was Samantha’s grandfather killed? Why was he estranged from his real family? It’s too bad the dead can’t speak, because Linc and Samantha will have to survive a killer bent on total destruction if they’re going to find their happily ever after.

Review:

Sam just found out she had a grandfather she never knew about.  Unfortunately, he is dead and has left everything to her including the mystery of his death and why he was never around.  Linc doesn’t believe Sam’s grandfather died the way the police said.  Together, Linc and Sam will find themselves getting deeper and deeper into the mystery of his death and the other deaths that have happened since.  What Linc and Sam don’t count are is the attraction between them that builds to an inferno.  Can they find out who is behind all of these horrible goings on?  Can they fight the attraction that is drawing the two of them together or will everything ignite and turn to ashes?

 

I have been reviewing Jerrie Alexander’s books since I started my blog.  Each one of her books gets better and better.  The characters are always exciting, intriguing, smart and sexy.  The mysteries keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.  This book is no exception.  Till the Dead Speak is exciting and enthralling.  The reader is pulled in from the first page.  In this book there isn’t just one mystery but two.  You will find yourself trying to figure out both.  The chemistry between Sam and Linc is electric.  Every woman who reads this book will want to find a Linc of her own.  He reminds me a lot of the characters in the Lost and Found, Inc series.  I loved the flow of the book.  The POV’s change seamlessly and keep you guessing what is really going on.  If you are looking for a great weekend read with lots of suspense, steamy sex scenes and memorable characters then you need to pick up Till the Dead Speak.

 

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Jerrie Alexander
    Nov 06, 2016 @ 07:35:41

    Thank you for the wonderful review. I appreciate your time and am thrilled you enjoyed the story.

    Reply

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