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Killing Time by Cindy Gerard Review

Title: Killing Time

Author: Cindy Gerard

First published January 22, 2013

400 pages, Mass Market Paperback

ISBN: 9781451606836 (ISBN10: 1451606834)

Rating: 4.1

Overview

Cindy Gerard, the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, is back with the first installment of the One-Eyed Jack series, Killing Time. This action-packed romantic suspense is a thrilling ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Join Eva Salinas and Mike Brown on a dangerous mission to uncover the secrets of the past, as they navigate through the sultry streets of Lima, Peru, to the desolate Idaho wilderness. Gerard’s unique brand of special-ops romantic suspense will leave you breathless as you follow the seductive contest of wills between a hard-living hero and a beautiful rogue operative.

Don’t miss out on this pulse-pounding adventure that will keep you guessing until the very end.

About the Author

Cindy started writing her first book with one goal in mind: to finish it. The idea of selling it was a distant thought.

But after making her first sale, Cindy realized that one book would not be enough. Now, after publishing over 20 books and winning numerous awards, Cindy can hardly remember life before writing.

However, before becoming a successful author, Cindy was a professional career woman. She worked as a trainer for the Iowa Department of Human Services, a job that she finds both challenging and rewarding.

Cindy’s career has taught her a lot about the human condition, including its frailties, strengths, and spirit. She draws on these experiences to write books that celebrate life’s richness and trials, exploring a wide range of emotions.

Despite her busy schedule, Cindy finds time for her hobbies and interests. She is happily married to Tom, a cowboy who loves his horses almost as much as he loves his wife.

Cindy has a passion for pink depression glass and enjoys reading in her free time, especially at their summer cabin in northern Minnesota. Tom and Cindy also enjoy gardening and have recently expanded their annual beds into a perennial garden.

They have two dogs, Ellie and Boomer, and one son named Kyle, who has found the perfect woman in Eileen.

Editoral Review

Cindy Gerard’s Killing Time is a thrilling addition to the romantic suspense genre that is sure to satisfy fans of the genre. Published on January 22, 2013, Killing Time is a fast-paced novel that follows the story of Tessa and D.J, two former lovers who are brought back together by a dangerous mission.

Cindy Gerard is an accomplished author of over twenty romantic suspense novels, and her expertise shows through in the meticulous research and attention to detail that is evident throughout Killing Time. Her writing style is gripping, drawing the reader in from the very first page and keeping them on the edge of their seat until the very end.

Set in the breathtakingly beautiful mountains of Colorado, Killing Time is a story of love, betrayal, and redemption. The novel’s plot follows the experiences of Tessa and D.J, two former lovers who are thrust back into each other’s lives by a dangerous terrorist plot.

As they work together to stop the terrorists and save innocent lives, they must confront the secrets and betrayals of their past. Gerard paints vivid portraits of her characters, allowing readers to feel as though they truly know Tessa and D.J. The chemistry between the two characters is palpable, and readers will root for them to overcome their complicated history and find a way to be together on the other side of their mission.

One of the strengths of Killing Time is its pacing – the novel never slows down or becomes stagnant, keeping readers hooked with well-timed plot twists and revelations. Gerard’s writing is sharp and engaging, making it impossible to put the book down once the story gets going.

Though Killing Time is a work of fiction, it touches on real-world issues like terrorism and national security. Gerard handles these topics with grace and sensitivity, avoiding sensationalism while still keeping the stakes high for her characters.

Overall, Killing Time is a well-crafted and engaging addition to the romantic suspense genre. Though it may not be a ground-breaking work of fiction, it is sure to satisfy fans of the genre who are looking for a fast-paced and thrilling read.

For those who enjoy romantic suspense and stories of second chances, Killing Time is a solid choice. Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.

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