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In the ninth romantic suspense novel in the New York Times bestselling Tracers series, author Laura Griffin brings back her elite cadre of forensic experts as they hunt down the most brutal serial killer yet.

Special Agent Tara Rushing arrives at a grisly murder scene and quickly discovers she’s got a serial killer on her hands. The killer is meticulous, making sure to wipe up even the smallest traces of evidence…but the Delphi Center experts are on the case.

The local sheriff has a suspect all picked out—ex-Marine and current security expert Liam Wolfe. Despite all her digging, Tara knows very little about Liam when she shows up at his sprawling Texas compound, which serves as headquarters for Wolfe Security, and she’s surprised by her intense physical reaction to him.

As she and Liam grow closer, Tara finds herself depending on his skills and expertise to help her track a killer. But when another body turns up, Tara must decide if she can trust the man who’s quickly stealing her heart.

The ninth novel in the Tracers series that combines gripping plot twists with spine-tingling romance, Shadow Fall once again proves that “Laura Griffin gets better with each book” (The Romance Reviews).

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    Shadow Fall

    With a twisting and at times nerve wracking plot, Shadow Fall by Laura Griffin was an easy book to jump into and stay in. Tara is a special FBI Agent fresh off a very difficult case who is thrown right into the next one. Liam, a security professional and former Marine is who the local law enforcement suspects, but Tara isn't so sure... Besides coincidences and a strong attraction to each other, Tara is mostly convinced Liam is not a killer. As the body count escalates and their passion sparks, someone deadly is not going to stop. Tara works with the Delphi Center and Liam to find the truth, but will it be too late? Has Tara trusted the right person? I enjoyed this fast paced, well written book. I loved all the technical forensic aspects, and Laura has obviously researched her subject very well. This part of Shadow Fall makes it a very interesting read! I liked the main characters, Tara and Liam. They both have the strong personalities that this plot required. I liked how Laura brought them together and the personal/professional conflict that Tara struggled with was believable. So was the attraction! I did feel that there were parts of Tara I was missing and would like to have got to know her and her background better so that I could understand her more. Liam was a character I felt compelled to get to know! He is a bit mysterious and close mouthed at times, and this made him a great character who was easy to want to know. The relationship between the two of them was as intriguing and worked well with the suspenseful plot. They mystery and suspense was well worked through Shadow Fall, and Laura kept me guessing. I liked how Laura wrote to balance the darkness of a killer with the hope of love. I'd recommend Shadow Fall to any romantic suspense reader.

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    SHADOW FALL

    Suspenseful, excellent story, very hard to put down. I can hardly wait to read Laura Grifins next novel in the Tracer series.

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    AWESOME

    This is another of her awesome Tracers books, love this series and this one was another great book. Loved Tara and Liam together, a must read

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    Thrilling!

    I was given an advanced copy of this book to write an honest review for Netgalley and Cocktails and Books. Whenever I want to read a suspenseful, thrilling story, Laura Griffin is my first choice. She knows how to write a story that keeps me guessing and on the edge of my seat and there is also some romance thrown into the mix. Tara Rushing is an FBI agent trying to discover the identity of a serial killer. Time is of the essence and she feels personally responsible as she tries to solve the case before another woman loses her life. Tara works in a male dominated world and is constantly pushing herself to keep up with all the alpha males she works with. Plus she has to deal with the good ole boys on the police department in the small town where the murders take place. They resent having to deal with a female FBI agent and they try to keep her out the loop every chance they get, but Tara will not let anything get her way of solving this mystery. She hides her fears and vulnerability behind a mask of toughness and self control. Liam Wolfe knew one of the murdered women and is the first person Tara interviews. He is an ex- marine and runs a highly successful, off the grid security company and Tara finds herself immediately attracted to Liam’s rugged good looks. Liam is not intimidated by Tara and thinks she looks hot in her fatigues and boots and also finds it sexy when he discovers she works on the swat team. Tara is constantly fighting with herself. Even though she is attracted to Liam, she doesn’t want any distractions and she is distrustful of men. Liam is honest, loyal and confident and he isn’t afraid of his emotions. He is patient as he waits for Tara to admit she has feelings for him. There is an immediate attraction between Liam and Tara but it takes a while for them to finally get together. To be honest, I wish there was more romance. Liam and Tara are attracted to each other and dance around their feelings for most of the story. Laura Griffin is a gifted writer; the story was enthralling and I loved all the plot twists. She knows how to write characters that are realistic, honest and believable.

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    This series just gets better and better

    Griffin’s latest Tracers series thriller is a terrifying journey, a twisting, turning nail-biter that skillfully mixes dark, sinister suspense and hot steamy romance that will keep readers anxiously on the edge of their seats and in the dark until they’re expertly led to that ah-ha moment. Her stars are both alphas and their battle for constant supremacy in the bedroom and the field is brilliantly expectant, and her co-stars all excel in their respective roles. Her narrative is no-nonsense and gritty and perfectly matches the personalities of her enigmatic law enforcement/military characters. And the climactic ending really rocks this emotional rollercoaster. Brava! FBI Special Agent Tara Rushing has been called to the heinous murder of a female politician and from the crime scene she’s betting this was very personal. Now she’s just got to vet out all the suspects particularly the sexy ex-Marine who knows more than he’s telling. Liam Wolfe is happy running his personal security firm, it gives him the feel of action without the red tape he faced in the military. When a former client and friend ends up not just dead but mutilated he takes it personally and even if it means going around the pretty fed sent to investigate the crime, he’ll get to the bottom of it. Suddenly the body count is rising, they may have a serial killer on their hands and even with the heady sensual pull between them mistrust is the elephant in the room. Is there any hope for them?

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