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Have You Seen Her?

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The only flaw in an otherwise brisk and believable story is the romantic triangle Rose establishes between Jenna, Stephen and Neil. And if he can save her, will these two wounded souls allow themselves to find healing in each other's arms?

Please don't misunderstand me - I like a good, well written romance, and am happy to read sexy novels, but this is not the author's best genre. Jenna is a wonderfully caring woman who is struggling emotionally as the second anniversary of her fiancé's death approaches. I was particularly fond of the scenes between Jenna and Nicky as Jenna starts to become familiar with Steven's sons. His aunt won't stop setting him up with blind dates and the very thing that makes him so good at his job - his dedication - is causing so many problems with his family he feels almost like he's hiding from them. D., is Brad's teacher, and upon his latest failing grade on a test for a class in which he'd previously done very well, Jenna can't keep from contacting his father any longer.I would definitely read this novel again in the future and would recommend this to romantic suspense and suspense readers. you will already know the formula and just have to plug in different characters into the roles along side a new story line. I'd stop following her publications yyears ago and only resumed recently, listening to some of the later books and was pleasantly surprised to find I enjoyed them. May contain mild to moderate sexual tension and/or possible implications of something more taking place off canvas, but nothing beyond kissing actually occurs within the text. Not only is there a serial killer on the loose, stalking area high schools, but Steven's teenage son Brad is suddenly acting up and failing in school.

Overall the book is ok so if you enjoy murder mysteries mixed with mature romance characters and lots of interesting supporting characters, you will enjoy ''Have you seen Her?Special Agent, Neil, deserved the girl, not Thatcher, and Jenna should have stuck to her conclusion that Thatcher would always be suspicious of any man who so much as spoke to her. I didn't like Neil much, although he isn't a bad guy, he was just not my cup of tea, and I was constantly rolling my eyes every time he pined for the girl he couldn't have. Jenna Marshall is having her own issues as she's failing the star quarterback, which gets him benched. This is my second Karen Rose book, the first one being the first of this series, and I've got to say I like her style.

Jenna is having trouble of her own, in the form of a failing football player, whom she has flunked and thus removed from the football team. She has a major soft spot for animals too and has two dogs that she saved from being euthanized and then trained them to guard her extremely well. His eldest son Brad has been acting out for the past month, and Steven, special agent for the state Bureau of Investigations, is in a wild race to find a serial killer hunting high school cheerleaders.It is the second book in the series, and the hero, Steven Thatcher, also appeared in the previous novel,Don't Tell. She's very different from Karin Slaughter, whose books I've read most recently, but I nonetheless like her writing.

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