*I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.*
The cover of Visions of Red caught my attention and within reading the first line of the synopsis, I knew I had to read this book. Little fun fact about me; before contemporary romance took over my life, I was all about the crime novels. I couldn’t get enough of Karin Slaughter, Patricia Cornwell and James Patterson just to name a few. So when Trisha Wolfe combines my love for crime/mystery with sexy romance? I’m all in. All. In.
I loved this book, chapter one was great, it was intriguing right off the bat and I wanted to know more, by chapter two I was HOOKED. Colton is a confident, sexy, and mysterious guy and the writing was BAM! Yeah, I loved this book.
The prologue details Sadie’s past and we get a tiny glimpse of what she had to endure; now in the present day, Sadie is a behavioural analyst. She crawls into the mind of the bad guy and discovers why he does what he does. But Sadie has a extracurricular activity that she likes to keep secret and she has managed to do so for months but when her two worlds collide, Sadie knows this can only spell trouble.
Colton has been watching Sadie; he knows what she craves and he knows he is more than qualified to give it. But as the case unravels everyone is a suspect, Colton just has to hope he can keep Sadie on his side.
This is my first book by Trisha Wolfe (even though I own plenty) and I loved it. I thought the writing was of a really high standard and the terminology and descriptions were faultless, it felt no different to reading one of my favourite crime authors mentioned above. My mind was spinning with theories as I read and my suspect changed with each flip of the page; I really can’t wait to see how it all unravels.
As if the mystery of Sadie’s case wasn’t enough, we have Colton and the club Sadie likes to visit. This added an erotic element to the story and both themes were entwined perfectly. I loved Colton’s immediate devotion to Sadie and the things that man said, *le sigh*
“There’s nothing wrong with you, goddess. Just the absolute tragedy that I didn’t make you mine first.”
“It’s not loss; it’s a power exchange. And I’m not stripping you of yours, I’m empowering you with mine.”
I loved Visions of Red. #1Click it. Now.
From an early age, Trisha Wolfe dreamed up fantasy worlds and characters and was accused of talking to herself. Today, she lives in South Carolina with her family and writes full time, using her fantasy worlds as an excuse to continue talking to herself.
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