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by Karen Rose

Free eBook You Belong to Me download ISBN: 0755373928
Author: Karen Rose
Publisher: Headline (July 1, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Karen Rose is definitely the master when it comes to creepy killers, eerie chillers, and dark thrillers, and this was certainly no exception. You Belong To Me is an edgy, intense romantic suspense that introduces a new cast of characters based in the Baltimore area. I really liked the hero, sexy widower and former military sniper and vice cop, Homicide Detective . The romance between . and medical examiner with a troubled past, Dr. Lucy Trask, is emotional and passionate, and it’s also steamier than some of Rose’s other books. I definitely liked the intensity of the romance.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. I had read some other books by Karen Rose and really liked them so I thought I'd give this one a try. I was not disappointed! Ms. Rose weaves a very intricate story about lies, murder, and parents who will do anything to protect their children.

Clay crept into Nicki’s apartment building unseen, his step heavy with dread. It was still early and the neighbors had not yet ventured outside. Not that they’d be coming out any time soon anyway. Not that they’d be coming out any time soon anyway st were creatures of the night, loners, like Ni. t was a hovel of a building that probably should have been condemned. But Nicki liked it, or said she did. Clay thought it gave her an excuse to be solitary. He forced himself up the stairs, his heart heavier than his feet. With every mile he’d driven, he’d worried, his fear growing.

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YOU BELONG TO ME is a fantastic thriller from bestselling author Karen Rose, and the first novel in her Baltimore series

YOU BELONG TO ME is a fantastic thriller from bestselling author Karen Rose, and the first novel in her Baltimore series. When forensic pathologist Lucy Trask stumbles across a mutilated body in her local Baltimore park, its face unrecognisable, her sole concern is that it might be her old school teacher Mr Pugh. But the victim is actually another man from her past. Who killed him and why he was left for Lucy to find is unclear but what appears to be a number "1" burned into his back indicates that this corpse won't be the killer's last victim

Karen Rose is the award-winning, international bestselling author of some twenty novels, including the bestselling . Praise for You Belong to Me. A fast-paced murder mystery that will keep you turning pages.

Karen Rose is the award-winning, international bestselling author of some twenty novels, including the bestselling Baltimore and Cincinnati series. Grabs your attention from the first page until the very last. The Romance Readers Connection.

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LivingCross
From a purely suspense standpoint, this book was pretty good. I liked the mystery and was interested enough in the story to want to find out what the heck Evan's problem was and what had really happened in Anderson Ferry all those years ago. The "relationship" between J.D. and Lucy, however, was fairly irritating for at least the first half of the book. Some of her behaviors were downright juvenile. The way she reacted to J.D. a few times along with some of the snarky comments she made were ridiculous (even once I found out about her history). Keep in mind that both of these characters are in their mid-30s. They are (supposedly) mature adults with careers, so these aspects of Lucy's personality just seemed off to me. J.D. wasn't like that. What we got to see of him (and learn about him) totally fit with his character and he did not indulge in any cold or juvenile antics, which was nice.

Some of the secondary characters were just kind of thrown out there. We were given their names, but not much else about them. For some of them, it would have been easier to get a better sense of their personalities if we had been given more background info. For example, Clay Maynard, the PI. He appears early on and is a regular fixture through the story, but we really don't learn much about him.

Lucy's part-time job, which is supposedly this big, secret deal that she doesn't want anyone to know about outside of her best friends, is kind of ridiculous, especially for a doctor in her mid-30s who has to get up every morning and go to work. It just didn't ring true for me. I also didn't think that it fit with her character, based on the information we were given.

So, character development was weak, in general, and there were some flaws in the story, but overall, it was a good read. I would give it 3.5 stars if we could assign half stars.
Thetath
I had read some other books by Karen Rose and really liked them so I thought I'd give this one a try. I was not disappointed! Ms. Rose weaves a very intricate story about lies, murder, and parents who will do anything to protect their children.

The story revolves around Dr. Lucy Trask, ME for Baltimore and JD Fitzpatrick, homicide detective. JD has only been in the homicide division for a short time and ends up 'meeting' Lucy over an autopsy. Soon after, bodies start piling up. But they're all tied to Lucy in some way. All are left for her to find either at her home, in a car, or at a park she frequents. She's briefly considered a suspect, but quickly eliminated. So who would hate the ME enough to kill people from her past?

There's much more to Dr. Lucy Trask than meets the eye. Her family wants nothing to do with her, she has a alter-ego once the sun goes down, and her favorite past time is something she keeps secret.

JD and his partner, Stevie are trying to figure out who is killing these people and why is Lucy being punished? JD is wildly attracted to Lucy but she keeps him at arm's reach for much of the book. She has many skeletons in her closet and doesn't trust herself enough to open up to him.

What I liked: I found the book easy to read and the plot very interesting. I had no idea how the killer would be connected to Lucy until I read it. Lucy has many layers and it was nice to see her let go of some of her baggage along the way.

What I didn't like: JD seemed to have to work extremely hard to get Lucy to notice him. I guess to me, it seemed forced. It seemed like Lucy didn't appreciate everything JD was trying to do for her. Also, JD seemed to have to do everything in the investigation. There were secondary characters, yes but they seemed like they took a back seat and never had much to contribute.

After reading the other books in the Baltimore series, I liked this story the least but it still gets 5 stars from me simply because the plot was so good!
Unirtay
A smorgasbord of characters and suspects, a gory pile of corpses piling up, and two seemingly unconnected investigations plus a trailer load of secrets equals another great read in Karen Rose's Romantic Suspense series. Add in a good dash of sexual chemistry and romance and you've got another Must Read by this author.
Anayanis
I love Karen's Rose's books, and I've really enjoyed her Baltimore series. Unfortunately, I didn't read the books in the correct order. That didn't stop me from loving them all. I simply would have enjoyed them even more if I'd read the series in chronological order. The author has fleshed out all of her characters, making each one unique and the main characters very likeable. The plots definitely held my interest. They were fast-paced and suspenseful. The romance in them was excellent. So if you're going to read the Baltimore series, start with this one. Once you do, you'll want to read all the others.