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by Karen Rose

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Author:
Karen Rose
ISBN13:
978-0446618984
ISBN:
0446618985
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Publisher:
Forever; 1st Printing edition (December 1, 2006)
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Rating:
4.1
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I'm Watching You, . Warner Forever is a registered trademark of Warner Books, Inc. Cover design by Diane Luger. Cover illustration by Danilo. Book design by Giorgetta Bell McRee. Time Warner Book Group.

As with all of Karen Rose's books. I get hooked as soon as it begins. There is action from the start. Her books have not disappointed me yet though, and I'm Watching You was no exception

As with all of Karen Rose's books. Her books have not disappointed me yet though, and I'm Watching You was no exception. It is a meticulously plotted story that unfolds slowly and methodically as it gradually builds to that final nail-biting climax. I have no idea why it's taken me so long, except that her books tend to be longer and I oftentimes have trouble fitting long books into my reading schedule

I’m Watching You. To my friends Kay and Marc Conterato – for the. „ Minnesota Buzz, for your often fiendish creativity, and for being there at all the important times. And as always to Martin. I’m the luckiest woman

I’m Watching You. I’m the luckiest woman. in the world to have such a man be both. my husband and my best friend.

I""m Watching You (Warner Forever). Mass Market Paperback. Reading it now. Love her book series. Publisher: Grand Central Publishing Oct 1 2004.

I'm Watching You. By. Karen Rose. Prologue Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Chapter Thirteen Chapter Fourteen Chapter Fifteen Chapter Sixteen Chapter Seventeen Chapter Eighteen Chapter Nineteen Chapter Twenty Chapter Twenty-One Chapter Twenty-Two Epilogue.

Instead, this book’s greatest strength lies in the romance between Kristen and handsome detective Abe Reagan, who’s still reeling from the death of his wife. Abundant side characters, including Abe’s entire jovial clan, clutter the plot and diminish the story’s tension, especially when minor players suddenly step forward to play major roles. But readers will appreciate Rose’s sensitive portrayal of Kristen’s hesitancy to trust and Abe’s gentle perseverance in uncoiling the vibrant woman within. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Another good book by Karen Rose that I couldn't put down. She certainly has the knack for romantic suspense novels. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series. I always enjoy her writing and the chemistry she creates between the female and male characters

Another good book by Karen Rose that I couldn't put down. I always enjoy her writing and the chemistry she creates between the female and male characters. I will say that I gave this book 4 starts due to the fact that it seemed like Kristen was such a strong character in the beginning of the book. By the end of the book, it's like she is always the damsel in distress. Her strength seemed to diminish throughout the book. AND - I figured how who the killer was in the beginning.

She was safe now, but she might not have been

She was safe now, but she might not have been ey were. But she could have been. Forcing a woman off the road, planning God-knows-what. He jumped at the sound of tapping at his window. A police officer stood outside. We’re trying to clear this area, sir. Could you please move along? He smiled. Just nice and easy, and no suspicions would be aroused. He nodded, saying nothing

So she walked into the elevator, annoyed as always when faced with the reality that despite ten years and five times as many self-therapy books, she was still afraid to be alone in a dark corridor.

I’m Watching You. So she walked into the elevator, annoyed as always when faced with the reality that despite ten years and five times as many self-therapy books, she was still afraid to be alone in a dark corridor. Don’t call me ‘lady,’ she snapped. He followed her in and the doors slid closed.

Star prosecutor Kristen Mayhew has a dangerous secret admirer. He seems to know her every thought, her every move. By lisa, March 9, 2018 Verified Purchase. i just got the book today it suppose to be in very good condition but it came in fair condition. pages were yellow and smell like smoke the binding was bent on ends. dust jacket was very wrinkle. Have You Seen Her? By Thriftbooks. com User, February 27, 2005.

Prosecutor Kristen Mayhew has a dangerous secret admirer who kills the criminals she is powerless to stop. He even knows Kristen's deepest secret--the one that keeps her from surrendering herself to Abe Reagan, the police detective sworn to protect her. Original.
  • Another good book by Karen Rose that I couldn't put down. She certainly has the knack for romantic suspense novels. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series. I always enjoy her writing and the chemistry she creates between the female and male characters.

    I will say that I gave this book 4 starts due to the fact that it seemed like Kristen was such a strong character in the beginning of the book. By the end of the book, it's like she is always the damsel in distress. Her strength seemed to diminish throughout the book. AND - I figured how who the killer was in the beginning of the book! It was still a really good story and there were times when my original thoughts were in doubt - in terms of how the killer had gotten information - but it all gets answered in the end. I don't find figuring out the killer before the author lets us know as a bad thing. I am kind of proud of myself because, usually, I never get the killer right.

    I don't want to give too much away. So, if you are a fan of romantic suspense - pick this book up!

  • 4.5 Stars! I'm Watching You is the 3rd book in Karen Rose's Romantic Suspense and by far my favorite so far! This book centers around prosecuting attorney Kristen Mayhew who starts receiving "gifts" from a serial killer who calls himself "your humble servant." He is killing criminals who were acquitted due to jury tapering, a technicality or something else along those lines. Not only is he killing these criminals but he's letting Kristen know that he's watching her.

    Abe Reagan a homicide detective who has just come from a deep cover narcotics case has been assigned to the case. He has spent the last five years deep undercover and trying to deal with the loss of his wife.

    Abe and Kristen are attracted to each other but they both have things from their past they have to deal with first and a serial killer to stop. Abe admires Kristen and wants to protect her. Kristen finds herself trusting Abe and opening up to him which is very rare for her.

    This book was the perfect mix of romance vs suspense. Unlike the previous books I really liked both main characters and neither did anything TSTL or acted like a jerk to the other. You also can't help yourself from almost routing for the serial killer as he goes after the rapists and pedophiles. Abe is a truly wonderful hero who is patient, caring and yet still alpha enough to make your heart beat faster. Although I guessed who the killer was, it isn't obvious and I was never sure that I was correct until the very end. I also really enjoyed Abe's family and hope that we see more of them in future books.

  • Assistant state's attorney Kristen Mayhew is fiercely dedicated to bringing criminals to justice, driven by a past that still haunts her. She keeps herself closed off from everyone, keeps herself restrained and works herself to the bone, sacrificing everything for the job. Then one night, a flat tire and a run in with homicide detective Abe Reagan lead to a grim discovery in the trunk of her car and the realization that a murderous vigilante is stalking the streets...and Kristen. He calls himself her humble servant, but as the body count rises and the crimes become more and more heinous, Reagan and his partner become more and more concerned that the killer is losing any semblance of control and whatever sick admiration he has for Kristen may become threatening. Abe is determined to protect the fascinating and composed Kristen. It's his job, after all...and she's becoming his passion.

    It's been awhile since I've read a book by Karen Rose and now I'm annoyed that I let so much time pass, because she's excellent at the craft. With I'm Watching You she's written a complete and well-rounded police procedural and a satisfying romance that delivers entertainment with a slick, seductive style. The book is robust in plotting, pacing, and character development, and uses every page of its impressive length to draw the reader along a twisted path of victimization and heroism without bogging down in technical criminology, as some police procedurals can do. There was a layer of moral ambiguity threaded throughout the criminal aspects of the plot and I thought it was deftly handled. Vicious crimes being perpetrated on the arguably deserving limits righteousness as a motivator and draws into closer scrutiny the precarious balance between the right thing and the just thing.

    Even with the tense, tight plotting of the arc of suspense in this book, it was the wide array of characters, all of them fully fleshed out and real, that were the driving force of this book for me. Kristen and Abe were easy to relate to and appealing, and I love that we were given time to really delve into their backstory and history. It made them very three dimensional. The secondary and ancillary characters were handled with similar aplomb, and are so real and so human that they practically step off the pages and sit down beside you. Instead of dipping into a well of cliched stereotypes to fill the character stable, Rose created people you can imagine meeting in everyday life, and that was a particular treat. It is through the characters - primary, secondary, and ancillary - with their fears, frustrations, and fragile hopes, that the story breathes and extends beyond the limits of plotting and story and becomes memorable.

    There were really only a few minor issues that took a wee bit from my enjoyment of the book as a whole. I had an issue with Kristen concerning the habit she had of speaking her thoughts aloud without realizing it. Every time she did that I found it jarring and unrealistic. Who speaks without realizing they've spoken? Once or twice I could forgive, but after a while it just felt like a bad way to get character thoughts and feelings expressed. And without giving any spoilers, I had an issue with the motivation of the vigilante and his emotional commitment given the scope of the relationship he had with a victim. It seemed a little more insanely invested than I could understand. Those were really just minor issues, though, and didn't take away but a smidgen of my overall appreciation for the incredibly complex plotting, the decadent characterizations, and a complete reading experience that was thoroughly entertaining. 4.5 Stars.

    I certainly won't be waiting so long before my next exciting romantic suspense by Karen Rose.

    Originally reviewed for One Good Book Deserves Another.

  • Kristen is an ADA with a tragic past, she puts everything she has into her cases and doesn't do relationships. She has just lost a huge case where a rich spoiled kid killed a pregnant woman, she knows his father tampered with the jury, but she can't prove it. Now a secret admirer of hers has turned vigilante, he kills criminals, judges, defense attorneys and leaves Kristen presents telling her where to find them. Abe has recently moved to the homicide division after spending years undercover, he lost his wife to one scumbag going for revenge and still blames himself. Abe tries to protect Kristen from the vigilante, criminals who think she know who he is and an overzealous reporter intent on destroying her. I loved this book; the characters are flawed but have deep rooted sense of what is right or wrong. Every time I thought I had figured out who the vigilante was, something would happen and it would change my mind. Karen has done a masterful job of keeping the suspense alive, she gives you little snippets of information and yet when the killer is revealed it comes as a huge surprise. I'm Watching You is my favorite book in this series so far.