Saturday, August 8, 2015

A Wanted Man by Jennifer Morey (Cold Case Detectives)


A renegade cop seeks justice in the hot new Cold Case Detectives series…

After his daughter's brutal murder, former NYPD detective Kadin Tandy opens Wyoming's Dark Alley Investigations to bring violent criminals to justice. Romance is the last thing on the sexy PI's troubled mind. That is, until feisty ad exec Penny Darden asks for his help. Now he's investigating her estranged boyfriend's frightening link to a murder. And despite her relationship status, Penny's fierce independence and frank flirtation revive Kadin's damaged heart. But as an untraceable killer closes in on them, the more harrowing the stakes—and the closer they become. At risk are their lives…and their best shot at love…
  • Series: Cold Case Detectives (Book 1)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (September 1, 2015)
My review:  A Wanted Man  by Jennifer Morey (Cold Case Detectives)


I knew by reading the description that at times this would be sad and I was right.  I can't imagine how hard it would be to lose a child to murder. Kadin Tandy solved his daughter's murder than decided to move from New York to Wyoming and open his ow PI business.Dark Alley Investigations.
Kadin as a private citizen can do more than the police can.  He does work with the police.  I admire the character Kadin trying to bring other children home when he could not save his child and wife.
 Penny Darden is a ad exec.  She is dating a client of hers when she notices something that is a clue to a murdered child's case.  She doesn't want to go to police in case she is wrong so goes to Kadin and gives him the clue.

Penny is a flirt.  She is single and has no plans to slow down and marry.  Someone follows her home and up to Kadin's place.  Who is following her and why?

What would you do if the guy you were dating might be a child murderer?

The setting for the book was mostly Utah with a few fast trips to other states.
There is lots of action, a few suspects, love scene. lots of drama 

I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of A Wanted Man.

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