Nowhere to Hide (Pine Hills Police Book 4)
Colleen's story was worth it.
Now, it's time to pick up book three, return to Pine HIlls, and let everything come full circle. Maybe it will, and then again, maybe it won't. However, I think she writes action-packed suspense and intrigue with just enough romance sprinkled throughout for an amazing read.
When a woman reports her step father, Jeffrey Walters, is missing Harrigan is given the routine case. There is an immediate attraction between Colleen and Graham but both are reluctant to act on it. Harrigan is determined to solve the case in order to get the slot in the Criminal Investigation Division. He needs to prove he is nothing like his unsavory former training partner. The search for Walters continues. Harrigan and Colleen continue to run into each other and soon they are working together to put the pieces of the puzzle together.
Meanwhile, Colleen is having trouble accepting Harrigan at face value. She has no trust nor experience with men. This fast-pace drama will keep you spellbound from the first page to the end. The ups and downs, twists and turns of this case will have you wondering, guessing, hoping, and pleading. Harrigan and Colleen dig deeper into this case and unravel a real estate scheme, murder and deceit. As they pursue the case, their personal lives become intertwined.
Harrigan learns Colleen is a former cop suffering from a bad experience where her partner was killed. He begins to share his feeling with her and open up a bit about his own checkered past. The plot is gripping and the characters lovable and realistic. The ending will take you by surprise. But starting over is harder than she thought because the nightmares find her just the same.
When she meets hunky patrol officer Graham Harrigan, she learns her new landlord, Jeffrey Walker, might be missing. The cop in her is intrigued by the puzzle. As she and Graham start to untangle deadly threads, an attraction develops and deepens between them, complicating matters. Bodies pile up and Colleen realizes her heart is another casualty. She ran from trouble before. Will she run again?
Odell writes a compelling story rich with insights into the world of cops and medicine. Her take on stressful situations resonate long after the last page is turned. My favorite scene is where Graham and Colleen go to the gym to work out her frustrations. She strips down to sports clothes and they really go at a wrestling match. The scene is sexy and aggressive. Graham is very charming and a lady's man, and is completely disarmed by Colleen. The crime again is a good one - challenging. Winds up going where you least expect.
And the peripheral characters like in all Terry's stories, are fully fleshed out, believable,enjoyable.
They always remind me of someone I know. I had trouble getting through this book and I'm not sure why. I felt the same about this book that I did most of the sereis. I liked the entire series well enough, but none of them were overly compelling for me. The suspense aspects of the books were good and the characters were well developed and didn't do stupid things.
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The romances didn't feel contrived. There was just something missing. I enjoyed reading them and don't reqret it, but I know I won't be watching and waiting for anymore in the I had trouble getting through this book and I'm not sure why. It was real and intriguing.
Nowhere to Hide
It wasn't in-your-face real, the stuff you prefer to escape temporarily by reading books. It was touch-your-heart real, the kind that has you nodding and saying to yourself, "That is so right".
Terry creates characters who aren't larger than life: But like us, Terry's characters can learn from what's happened. Terry has the gift of showing us the romance and mystery in everyday life. I want more of this. Line Book was just OK. Book was OK, not the best story. Line Book was just OK, didn't really hold my interest like other books in the series.
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The story line was exciting. It needed to be identified as a mystery romance though. There was too much explicit sex. I prefer reference to but not the details. I skipped lots of pages. See all 23 reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Set up a giveaway. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
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Nowhere to Hide (Pine Hills Police, #4) by Terry Odell
After police officer Colleen McDonald is injured in a case gone south and her partner dies, she leaves her job and friends in small town Oregon for a fresh start as a civilian in Orlando. Jeffrey Walters is missing—or is he? His stepdaughter insists he is. His former business partner knows nothing. Their rivalry becomes a partnership that stretches the boundaries of a professional relationship. In series chronology, the book would fall between Finding Sarah and Hidden Fire, but Nowhere to Hide stands alone and can be read in any order.