On the island of Tortola in the Virgin Islands there’s a bit more that sun, surf and beautiful scenery, Tortola is also the home to a serial killer. After three years on the “Field-Dresser” case, Special Agent Nathan Brewer is sure that he knows who the next victim is going to be. The killer has always killed women close to each other and after the latest body had been discovered Nathan is sure Madelyn Garrett is in danger, now to just convince her to trust him and let him protect her.
For All to See is one of those books I went in expecting it to lean more towards the chasing a killer type of a story but it ended up really focusing more on a developing romance between the investigating agent and the potential victim. This is not necessarily a bad thing as I do enjoy a suspenseful romance read too but I had gone in wanting a bit more to the case than I ended up getting.
Also, I’m find with the idea of the sexy agent and the potential victim story line and the pair forming a relationship but I’m not sure if this just felt rushed into or quite what it was overall that just didn’t completely jive with me. There’s one scene that really kind of turned me off between the pair that bordered on creepy in my opinion that just kind of ruined the tone of rooting for the couple to fall in love.
Overall, decided on three stars for this one. I’d like to have been more invested in the couple and seen more of the solving of the case.
I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.