Monday, September 14, 2015

Blind by Sidney Bristol {ARC Review}

by Sidney Bristol

Coming October 6, 2015

He recognizes the darkness in her. It’s in him, too. 

Detective Jacob Payton knows the clock is ticking down. Someone is about to die, and his best suspect is also his only source of information. He’s known Emma Ration’s story for years—after all, a brutal serial killer left his mark on both their lives when they were still young. Meeting her is another experience altogether. She challenges his control and entices him in ways no other woman has.

But is she the killer? As the bodies pile up and their passion ignite, Jacob runs the risk of losing his control. Falling for Emma was never in his plan, but now that she’s part of his life he’s not about to give her up. Not even to the FBI on the trail of the very same killer.

Jacob must figure out if it’s Emma in danger, or himself. If he can’t uncover the identity of the copycat killer, it could be the end for both him and the woman who has fast become the center of his life.

Blind has more of a mystery/thriller feel to it than I'm used to but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. The blurb pulled me in and luckily the rest of the book kept me engrossed until the very end.

Emma has spent her life dedicated to researching the TBK Killer so when she meets up with Jacob she figures she's going to share her research and that'll be that. What she doesn't know is that Jacob's life was just as affected by the TBK Killer as hers was and he knows all about what she's been through. Unfortunately, Emma is wary of cops and as soon as she finds out that Jacob is a cop they hit a bit of a rough patch.

What happens when the TBKiller, a copy of the original TBK, starts murdering people in their town? Emma and Jacob start working together to find out who the copycat is before he gets to his end target... Emma.

I really enjoyed watching Emma and Jacob together. Although seemingly so different, they compliment each other really well. And I loved the fact that they could completely be themselves with each other... No hiding the darkness that they've lived with their whole lives.

Along with the budding romance and smoking hot sexy times, there's a whole lot of suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat and a few twists and turns that I didn't see coming. That being said, I'm definitely looking forward to the next book in this series.

Disclosure: I was provided with an ARC of Blind through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


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