Thursday, 24 September 2015
Cassidy & Spenser #2
Author: Carey Baldwin
Published: 9th June 2015
My Rating: 5/5
A body just fell from the sky onto Hollywood Boulevard.
When a beautiful prostitute is dumped onto the Walk of Fame, FBI profiler Atticus Spenser and forensic psychiatrist Dr. Caitlin Cassidy are called in to solve one of their most baffling cases yet.
The media’s dubbed him the Fallen Angel Killer – a crazed murderer who’s leaving the bodies of high-priced call girls in Los Angeles tourist traps.
Then the killer raises the stakes, demanding that a mysterious celebrity publically admit to his sinful secrets —or he’ll dispose of his latest kidnapped escort. With every “john” the team exposes in their search for Celebrity X, another Hollywood secret is revealed and another charmed life is left in ruins.
Now time is running out, and Cassidy and Spenser will do anything to find the twisted serial killer…before another innocent woman winds up as the next grotesque tourist attraction.
I received this book in an exchange for an honest review, thanks to Edelweiss
THIS BOOK WAS FREAKING AMAZING!!! CAN YOU TELL HOW MUCH I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!! :DDD
Not sure why I took so long reading this book, but OHMYGOD!!!! this book was absolutely amazing. I loved Caity and Spense, gosh they are soooo adorable with a capital 'A'. Baldwin had a very interesting way of introducing the book with a POV that I think is both essential but not at the same time. I have to admit, when I read the first chapter I didn't quite get what I was reading I had to double check to make sure I was reading the right book.
It all begins with one blonde girl falling from the sky who appeared like she was a fallen angel because of her good looks. The interesting part was, this acts as a catalyst and more deaths begin to happen. The police then recruit Profilers to help them find this criminal as they have no idea who they are looking for. There is more to this than just the crime itself, I liked how they were mini plots of the other characters too but not too much that the reader would deviate from the story.
I loved both Caity and Spense, I didn't read the first novel but I could tell there was definitely some romance going on between them. I would recommend this to crime lovers out there.
I like to imagine Caity in my head like this :)
From how Spense is described in the book by the author, I would imagine Spense being like this to anyone who flirts with Caity. Lol