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Silent Scream by Karen Rose (2010-06-01)

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  • By Linda Murphy on on December 1, 2017

    Award-winning author Karen Rose delivers another pulse-pounding romantic thriller that will have you gripping the edge of your seat from the very first chapter to the shocking conclusion. Combined with fast-paced action, and twists and plots at every turn, this romantic suspense will be impossible to put down from beginning to end. It's a must read!..........Determined to prove a point, four political college students were fighting for their cause, and being environmental activists, they decided to burn down an apartment complex, but what they didn't know was that they were being observed by a cunning blackmailer recording every move they made, and soon, they would become a part of the blackmailer's devious plans for his own personal gains. After arriving at the scene of the blazing inferno, firefighter David Hunter risked his life by trying to rescue a young woman trapped in the apartment building, but one look through the upstairs window, he knew with a certainty that it was hopeless as the victim lied motionless on the other side of the window. After entering the premises, David realized right then and there that he was being confronted with a homicide, and that the fire was set by an unknown arsonist killing the victim almost immediately. Called to the crime scene by the fire department, homicide detective Olivia Sutherland along with her partner Kane, couldn't believe she was seeing the one man who broken her heart more than two and a half years ago. They shared an unforgettable night of passion back in Chicago at her sister's wedding, and even worse, after he moved to Minneapolis not too long ago, he hurt her more than he knew by not calling. Realizing he made the biggest mistake of his life by allowing Olivia to slip right through his fingers, David was determined to win back the heart of the only woman he ever loved, but before they could address their passionate time together, they found themselves being taunted by the cunning blackmailer, a cold-blooded killer bent on his own personal vengeance striking against those closer to home than they ever thought possible!........An excellent page turner and should not be overlooked!!

  • By jenjn79 on May 27, 2010

    This book started off just a smidge slow for me. You're bouncing around between a lot of characters with a lot going on. It kept me from digging into the story right away. But it wasn't a big thing and pretty quickly I was hooked into the story and just wanted to keep reading."Silent Scream" is nowhere near as creepy as some of Rose's other books (like the Vartanian sub-trilogy). It's not a particularly dark tale like those, but there's still a pretty decent body count! This story is more a complicated web of deception, revenge, greed and probably some good old-fashioned psychotic tendencies. There are a lot of plot threads, a lot of characters. So it's not a book you want to read casually. You gotta be paying attention.I loved the way Rose had it all work out though. She weaved all the story threads together seamlessly. When you get to the end and everything has been revealed, it all fits together perfectly and logically. I love that. Such a complicated story, a story that would be easy for the author to get a little lost in and a reader to finish and be confused, but it's all tied up nicely. I finished and was just like, damn, how does she do this? (write such amazing suspense plots).I admit that I like her psycho serial killer stories a little better, but you can't have a Simon Vartanian in every book. That would get old. Still, this one has a great plot. Once I got hooked into the story, I just wanted to keep reading because I really wanted to know how it all tied together. You know the whos for most of the book, but the whys take to the end to be completely revealed. And I was surprised on a few things. I also loved some of the subtle tie-ins to the previous book "I Can See You."The book has its sad moments, too. I cried a little over the death of a character. It was so damn sad! I kind of expected the death...characters tend to die in the situation that one was in. But it still had me all teary eyed.Now, as for the romance...I know a few KR fans who wish she'd up the romance element a bit (like in her first bunch of books). Will this book satisfy you? Maybe yes, maybe no. The suspense plot is still the most dominate aspect of the story. That's the main focus. But I do think the romance was stronger than in some other books. Olivia and David get to spend some significant time together. It takes a while to get to that point, but once they connect, you get some sweet scenes between them. I enjoyed the way Rose wrote their relationship. It fit (and the FREE epilogue available gives readers a nice fluffy bunny HEA extra). It also helps that both characters are very likable. David is a sweetheart and Olivia's a nice, strong woman.The book also lets you visit with some other series characters: Noah Webster (I Can See You), his troubled former cop partner Jack has a small appearance, and there are mentions/small appearances for Eve, Mia, Ethan, Caroline, Max, Dana...maybe some others. Great to catch up with all those guys!Just a very satisfying book to read. The plot was excellent, the romance good, the characters great. I honestly had no complaints at loose ends, no mistakes, no unlikable characters, nothing. I was a happy camper when I finished. I will be anxiously awaiting Rose's next book. My guess is that it will be about Brie, Olivia's friend

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