ARC Review: MURDER GIRL by Lisa Renee Jones

May 22, 2018

Murder Girl by Lisa Renee Jones
New York Times bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones returns with the second book in her electrifying series featuring Lilah Love, an FBI profiler who doesn’t fight her dark side—she embraces it.

It’s Lilah Love’s job to inhabit a killer’s mind. The unapologetically tough FBI profiler is very comfortable there. But her latest case is making her head spin. It’s a string of brutal assassinations carried out across the country, each tied to a mysterious tattoo. Body by body, she’s followed the clues all the way back to her hometown. And every step of the way, the killer has been following her.

Here, beneath the glamour of the privileged Hamptons community, is a secret long buried but never forgotten. It’s bigger than Lilah. It’s powerful enough to escape the reach of the FBI. And it’s more personal than anyone can imagine. Because it’s hiding in Lilah’s own past. To fight it, she’s forced to turn to her lethally tempting ex, Kane Mendez.

He’s an expert at bringing out Lilah’s darkest impulses. If she plans to survive, she’s going to need them.

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Honestly, I don’t even know where to start with this review. Lilah was literally all over the map in this one. She was fierce, she was determined, and absolutely no one, friend or foe or family alike was going to stand in her way. While her attitude rubbed me the wrong way pretty much from beginning to end, I absolutely respected the crap out of her. LRJ created one heck of a heroine with this woman and you really don’t have to like her in order to admire how she gets the job done.

A killer is still on the loose, secrets abound, and the only person that Lilah knows she can truly trust is Kane Mendez. And rightly so because while he’ll turn on anyone else, he’ll always have her best interests in mind. If only she could accept that he deserves not only her trust, but her heart. Especially when he’s there for her during all of the turmoil that has arisen during this case. As they get closer to the killer, the facts turn into doubts and Lilah is stuck trying to make sense of it all, with Kane by her side. Despite the fact that most of the evidence she collected would be inadmissible in court in real life, it was a heck of a lot of fun watching her do it. I’m really looking forward to her and Kane kicking some secret society buttocks!

Release: 07.10.2018 | Romantic Suspense/Thriller | Heroine POV - 1st person | Heat: 2.5 | Lilah Love #2

Review of Book 1 - Murder Notes

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