Title: Can’t Hide from Me
Author: Cordelia Kingsbridge
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: October 3rd, 2016
Genre(s): MM Romance, Mystery/Thriller, Mafia
Page Count: 338
Reviewed by: LenaRibka
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
Charles Hunter’s team is on a mission to extract an unidentified ATF agent from an undercover job gone wrong. All they’ve got to go on is the rendezvous location—until Charles recognizes the ex he hasn’t seen in years. Their “simple rescue mission” is about to get a lot more complicated.
For Ángel Medina, adjusting to life after his cartel nightmare is hard enough without confronting memories of a failed relationship. All he wants is a fresh start. But when a violent stalker lashes out from the shadows, Ángel realizes his nightmare is far from over.
As the stalker’s obsession escalates and bodies start dropping, Charles and Ángel are thrown together in a desperate search for the culprit. Tempers flare and old passions reignite, drawing them back into the same turbulent relationship that once ended in disaster.
But the stalker isn’t letting go—and the next strike might hit straight through the heart.
I was looking forward to read my first Cordelia Kingsbridge, and maybe because her books are very popular and have a very high average rating my expectations were set accordingly high. I don’t know who is to blame for my disappointment, the expectations or the book itself, but I am not eager to read immediately more by this author.
What I liked:
That was well done, and the story was really promising, including the suspense tension!
SEX was pretty hot. If you like dirty talk….*grin*
What I didn’t like:
Charles Hunter and Ángel Medina as a couple. SEX between them was well written and HOT, but they are a bad match. IMO.
Ángel Medina as an ATF agent: Very unprofessional and/or because he can’t control his testosterone excess – steadily excessively horny.
The mystery part was ridiculous. And the way EVERYONE acted was – sorry I have to use this word again – very unprofessional. I deeply hope that our state security agencies are much better in their job, otherwise I have to fear for our safety.
A predictable outcome. What normally not that important to me, if it is logical and well performed, but it was not the case here.