Book Review – Impulse by Debra Webb (Faces of Evil #2)

impulse  Title:  Impulse

Author:  Debra Webb

Series:  Faces of Evil Series #2

Publisher:  Hachette Book Group

 

Synopsis (from bn.com):

Her nightmare isn’t over yet . . .

The Player is a master in the art of torture and murder. No one had ever gotten close to capturing him until Special Agent Jess Harris targeted him with her relentless determination. Jess’s actions may have cost her a job with the bureau, but the Player still wants his vengeance and he’ll make Jess pay in ways she never imagined. The first victim is Jess’s friend-and the killer won’t stop there. With each new death Jess becomes more certain that the only way to stop the Player is to give him what he really wants: her.

Chief of Police Dan Burnett is determined to give Jess her confidence and her life back. With an offer on the table, a position as deputy chief of a new division, can Jess risk staying in her hometown and putting those around her in more danger? Or will she walk away to protect everyone she loves-including Dan, who just may want her back in his arms? The stakes are high, and a single impulse will determine who survives the Player’s final, deadly game . . .

 

My thoughts:  Impulse brings us the second installment in the Faces of Evil series.  Special Agent Jess Harris and Police Chief Dan Burnett are back for another adventure.  Jess is still in hot pursuit of The Player . . . the case that ruined her career in the FBI.

I love the characters in this series.  I find that plots and the underlying mystery fast paced, intriguing, and quite a thrill ride.

I highly suggest this series for a quick read, would be great for any upcoming travel you have or a great beach read!   It looks like there will be 12 books in the entire series . . .  so grab your beach chair and start reading.

And remember,

Books Are Life,

Heather

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