Series: The Black Letters #2
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Also by this author: Hide
We were colliding at full force.
Blending our deepest and darkest fears into something beautiful.
But now she’s gone.
And I’m left surrounded by the letters that haunted her.
Letters that now haunt me.
Panic consumes me.
I will find her. Then demolish him.
Before it’s too late.
TRIGGER WARNING: Seek is filled with triggers-kidnapping, rape, murder. Its dark. You have been warned.
Seek starts off right where the giant cliffhanger of Hide left us. 90% of the book is dark and twisty. Jamie has been kidnapped by Rod and he is bat shit crazy. Bat shit crazy is a huge understatement but I am not sure how else to express how seriously messed up Rod is. Mitch is trying to figure out what the heck happened. Did Jamie leave willingly? Was she kidnapped? Was she a part of the whole thing? Rod does a good job of laying false trails to throw off Mitch. Then, you add in the crooked cops and other bat shit crazy people helping Rod and you have one seriously messed up situation. I loved Hide; Seek was a bit dark and twisty for me.
Like I said, most of the book is Jamie in captivity. The end felt rushed to me compared to the length of time Jamie was captive. It wasn’t as satisfying as I would have hoped. After all the drama and tension and terror, I would have liked more of the ‘after’ part of her life.
- POV: Dual
- Tears: Yes
- Trope: Mortal Peril
- Triggers: kidnapping, rape, murder
- Cliffhanger: no
- HEA: View Spoiler »Yes; Mitch does eventually save Jamie, find out the baby is his, and Rod ends up in a mental institution for life. All this happens in the epilogue pretty much so it felt a little rushed. « Hide Spoiler
Brooke Page is a contemporary romance author who loves writing romantic suspense novels that will lead her readers through twists and turns with each page. She wants her readers to feel like they are a part of the thrill, making their hearts race from not only passion but also the intensity of the story. Brooke has a craft for weaving steam and mystery, giving her readers a story they won’t want to put down.