|Image from Lisa Renee Jones' website|
Secrets Exposed captivated me from the beginning. I read the book off and on in a 12 hour period. I had to know how it ended. Who was the serial killer? How would Lindsey get past her issues to be with Mark?
The ending lived up to my expectations. The chemistry between Lindsey and Mark sizzled. However, their chemistry wasn’t enough to sustain their relationship. The past kept getting in their way. Lindsey had to work through her past in order to have a future with Mark. Lindsey and Mark stayed true to character throughout the book. It was fun to attempt to figure out the serial killer before the end. I’m happy to admit that I did figure it out.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I recommend it to anyone looking for a hot, sexy romantic suspense.
Blurb from Lisa Renee Jones’ website:
Her enemy is her passion, her passion is her enemy…
Lindsey Paxton was once the number one defense attorney in
. She fought for
those who were innocent, but charged. Her instincts were her lifeline, never
failing her, as they guided her in her choices of who to defend. Or so she
thought. Until she won a case she would forever wish to have lost. Her client,
an accused rapist, kills and rapes a woman only a day after being set free.
Destroyed by her role in the woman’s death, Lindsey blames her father’s
controlling ways for what she has become, and runs from her career and life.
Years later – the past becomes the present . . . New York
Her father has cancer, and Lindsey is forced to leave her career with the
branch of the FBI. She finds herself facing the responsibility of running her
father’s law firm with the reluctant help of hotshot attorney Mark Reeves, a
man who sparks her temper while also managing to tempt her heart. With his help
she finds herself fighting the emotional battles of the past, tempted to trust
both him and her instincts. Now, faced with a case inherited from her father so
similar to her career-ending one, she now must decide if her instincts will
lead her down the path to saving an innocent man or setting free another
killer. But while she fights her own battles, someone watches, wanting from the
past what he had failed to get the first time . . . Lindsey. Washington
Note: Book was previously published as Hidden Instincts