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Garwood, Julie - Killjoy. Home · Garwood, Julie - Killjoy Author: Garwood Julie Garwood, Julie - Buchanan 01 - Heartbreaker Read more. In this breathless new novel, Julie Garwood has written her most electrifying thriller to date. Avery Delaney has always tried to put the past far. Editorial Reviews. From Library Journal. FBI profiler Avery Delaney has a case that really hits In this breathless new novel, Julie Garwood has written her most electrifying thriller to date. Avery Delaney has always tried to put the past far.
Feb 19, Kathleen rated it really liked it Shelves: I did, however, occasionally feel the urge to B-slap her. That sociopathic, seductive siren brings to mind a cobra -- I felt unwillingl 3. While this is an interesting story, I struggled with the main characters' inability to follow some of the most obvious clues to move them in the right direction. Add to Cart.
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One example: This is book 3 in the series. I suggest reading Mercy before this. John Paul is introduced in Mercy. Joyce Bean was good.
Narrative mode: Unabridged audiobook length: Swearing language: Sexual language: Number of sex scenes: Book copyright: Fairly good book, but I was disappointed a bit in it after being excited to read John Paul's story. I liked the plot of the story. It was interesting and kept me wanting to read more. The tie-in to Garwood's previous romantic suspense "Mercy" was cool. And I like the character continuity she has had through these minorly connected books.
What disappointed me was the romance and sort of the depth of the characters. John Paul was fascinating character created in her last book. I couldn't wait to rea Fairly good book, but I was disappointed a bit in it after being excited to read John Paul's story.
I couldn't wait to read his story, but once I did, I was left feeling a bit unfulfilled. I'm not really sure what it was that didn't do it for me, but there was just something lacking. I want to say there was a certain emotional depth missing, but I'm not sure that's it.
As for the romance John Paul and Avery had potential to be a great couple, but I didn't feel connected to them on a romance-level. They just seemed to be there and involved. But overall, I didn't have any trouble getting through the book. I didn't absolutely love it, and I didn't hate it.
It was an average good read. Though the romance portion started slow, it heated up quickly. I also liked that some of the other characters - namely Aunt Carrie - had bigger parts.
It was very enjoyable and I can't wait to move on to Slow Burn. Dec 05, Katherine rated it really liked it Shelves: From the very beginning I was on the edge of my seat, wondering what was going to happen and what direction it was going to take. Can't wait to read more of this series. I am now going to pass this on to my Daughter for her to read.
Feb 20, Miss Kim rated it it was ok Shelves: This is my least favorite of the Buchanan family series. The story wasn't as interesting as the other brothers.
View 2 comments. Feb 14, Dawnnie rated it really liked it Shelves: Took me awhile to get into this story.
But halfway through the book, I can't put it down. There are so much action going on and it's nice to have some romance thrown in as well. Apr 26, Thenia rated it really liked it Shelves: The story of Avery and John Paul, who meet when John Paul tracks an assassin he's been hunting to the same spa she and her aunt were supposed to spend their holidays. Avery's aunt is missing, and Avery is determined to use all her skills from analyzing data for the FBI to figure out where she is. John Paul soon realizes that their goals align, since the assassin he's after is responsible for Avery's aunt's disappearance and the two form an uneasy partnership to solve the case.
Her unique ability of putting seemingly unconnected puzzle pieces together helps them figure out who the bad guys were and deal with them.
Avery's mom, the assassin and her aunt's husband hide spoiler ]. Alpha hero who works alone, a competent heroine who refuses to be left behind and enough sparks between them to have them falling for each other in no time, especially aided by their close proximity and danger they face.
Engaging story that ends with a happily ever after and the mysteries wrapped up with a bow. Previous book reviews: Relectura El peor de la saga, de momento. No es para mi. Jan 17, Ashley Barry rated it it was ok. This book was a hot mess. The pacing was off, the writing and characters were inconsistent and unrealistic, the romance was weaker than a wet paper bag, and the book was stuffed full of old-fashioned sexism.
Avery was nauseatingly perfect. She was so phy This book was a hot mess. She was beautiful, intelligent, and had a tragic backstory as the cherry on top of her sundae. In reality, she was impossible to identify with and had no real defining characteristics. He was judgmental and rude, and not in an endearing way. He was never actually fleshed out, and the most we ever find out about him is that he was a marine who was recruited to some kind of special op. Now he lives in a small town in Louisiana and works as a carpenter.
I think I literally found of more about him from the previous book in this series when he was a side character. He was so forgettable that at one point Garwood wrote his name as Jean Paul and I had to look back to find more mentions of his name because I thought I had been calling him by the wrong name the whole book.
His name is actually John Paul. And oh my god the pacing.
The first twenty-two pages of this book are dedicated to irrelevant exposition. All of the attention given to the exposition in the novel was obviously taken from the climax and resolution. The end of the novel was confusing and disappointing. They spent so little time together that the marriage proposal at the end was almost laughable. The ending was sloppy. It read as though Garwood had a page limit that she suddenly realized she was approaching and had to quickly resolve the book with ten pages left.
Finally we get to the sexism in this novel. I have two thoughts here.
I should make a game of finding the slut comment in each of her novels, and once I do I get to take a shot, because I need it to get through some of these icky moments. Finally, we get to the female villain in the novel. My final, last nitpicky thing: This ended up being about ten times longer than I meant it to be.
And this was after I really boiled it down to my top complaints. This was a terrible book, and I think the only reason why I can stomach this series at all is because I initially read them when I was younger and had lower standards, and now for my re-reads I have an irrational, residual fondness that keeps me from throwing them out the window with rage.
I do not recommend this book, and if you like this series I would continue it without reading this one. They work well as standalones anyway. Jun 28, Antonella rated it liked it. I have read four books in this series and it seems that all are basically the same. Off course that doesn't diminish my enjoyment of the books but certainly doesn't make me want to read more.
Maybe in the future I will read the rest of the series. Because I will know what I can expect from them. This book will be more understandable if you have read previous book in the series because it has a lot of characters from that book. Also there is little angst or drama involved. Aug 13, Gogol rated it it was ok.
To be fair this book felt pretty dated. But there are lots of fantastic books written way back which do feel dated but it doesn't deter from their quality. And this one did. The plot seemed silly, the interaction between people seemed odd. Mar 01, Magpie67 rated it it was amazing Shelves: Great series Why did I wait so long to get book three read when I made the mistake of reading number four???
I loved the premise of the tough, analytical girl working in the basement of the FBI. Her attention to detail was intriguing including finding the clues for the Shakespearian heists. Well done Julie Garwood. I would have liked to see more of Avery's mind when came to analyzing FBI data.
I was almost a touch sad, that the story didn't move forward with this angle, but I did en Great series I was almost a touch sad, that the story didn't move forward with this angle, but I did enjoy it very much once the story lifted off. The story behind Avery's choice career was moving and deeply disturbing. What tangled webs we weave when we choose to deceive to get what we want Charm and charisma brought down a few guys in the war path of Avery's mother who never knew when to stop Bipolar would be my first guess on the diagnosis of her mind, but the shear evilness of plotting was very ugly.
Can't rightly say where things went wrong for Jilly A hitman who has made a living out of killing for hire Someone with so much power Never had he had such a connection with a human being until she arrived in his life. I believe after this last sting Once he was a perfectionist, out for just the money All are throw away pieces, a game of chance.
What better way then, to get the very life she believes she deserves Double deceit for Carolyn, Avery's aunt, who raised her I knew something was up in her personal life wasn't expecting the betrayal until I saw it coming about two seconds before it was delivered.
I saw another revelation in the horizon. At least one of the positives for Carolyn and Avery was that justice was served to the bitter end to the man who caused Carolyn's mother and Avery's grandmother's death.
Now enter the hunk, the man, who has been hunting down a killer named Monk. John Paul Renard, who we have met earlier in the series. An ex-military man gone rogue to hunt down this man who terrorized his own sister. He has sworn off personal relationships until he encounters Avery A match just his size and one who can hold her own, but not her tongue. Full of spice, witty, smart and cute. His first glance at her appearance was a dumb blonde Avery, of course, has had too many bad experiences with men, especially when it comes to her looks and then her scars.