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read Still Life doc å Paperback ´ dani pettrey Å Work hits too close to home for crime scene photographer Avery Tate when her best friend disappears The only lead is a chilling photo of her apparently dead As Avery her boss Parker and his friends dig into the case she's forced to confront her feelings for Parker when they Ly lead is a chilling photo of her apparently dead As Avery her boss Parker and his friends dig into the c My ThoughtsI've loved Dani Pettrey's books since I first discovered her with her debut novel I know that I will get a book that is a page turner and well written This one was no exception While this one does stand alone in the series I highly recommend reading book 1 first as Parker Avery and the rest are all introduced in that one What can I say about this book It was wonderful I read it rather uickly I love the relationship between Parker and his buddies as well as between Parker and Avery There were so many times that my heart just broke for what Avery went through in her life I love how what is one person's problem becomes everyone's because that's how Parker and his friends are I cannot wait until the third book Declan's story comes out later this yearI received a copy of the book from the author to help promote I was not reuired to like the book only to give my honest opinionRecommended to fans of Dee Henderson Dani Pettrey romantic suspense Lynette Eason Irene HannonRating 4 stars

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Work hits too close to home for crime scene photographer Avery Tate when her best friend disappears The on What a ride I couldn't put this one down But stop before you pick this one up be sure you read the first book Cold Shot and get familiar with these characters Many romantic suspense stories are written only in the POV of the two main characters but this one has snippets from each of the crime solving friends which might be confusing for those who aren't already familiar with this fun group of charactersAlsoyes the crime is creepy I've watched plenty of episodes of Criminal Minds First 48 Dateline and CSI so the crime really didn't bother me However if you're of a White Collar NCIS Blue Bloods or Psych fan this guy might be of a perp than you prefer to read about If so skip the confession in chapter 46 But if you read plenty of Irene Hannon you're probably fine with it Her Trapped even got to meI really enjoyed seeing Parker and Avery grow closer They showed off plenty of sparks in Cold Shot and it's nice to see them come to fruition here Now it's Declan and Tanner shooting sparks and making me eager for their story in book three We also have a few hints about what might possibly have happened to their missing friend LukeChristianity very strong which of course I loved Avery has a Past but she has been born again and is learning to get beyond what happened back then I really liked Parker encouraging her in her faith and her new creation status

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Still LifeAse she's forced to confront her feelings for Parker when they come face to face with a dangerous criminal Update to review Listened to Audio version I already knew that I loved this story I read it a few years ago and it is a favorite However I was pleasantly surprised when I listened to it through Audible Escape This narrator was so good She did the voices extremely well I loved itWow What a chillingly suspenseful novel Still Life is book two in the Chesapeake Valor series and it was great to return to the characters that were introduced in book one Cold Shot I do believe that readers could read Still Life as a stand alone novel if desired and follow along just fine however I highly recommend reading Cold Shot as it was a book that I thoroughly enjoyed tooI loved the dynamic between Avery and Parker They had great chemistry together on the pages Both of these characters had interesting back stories Parker’s revolved around the tragic and violent loss of his first love while Avery worried that her troubled past would come to light and send Parker running from her There was great emotional depth in these two charactersThe author allowed glimpses into the villain’s thoughts thoughout the book and that added to the creepy factor – in a good way It really emphasized the darkness that he carried in him The crime that this team was trying to solve was such a strange and uniue scenario It made for a very memorable novel full of twists and turns that kept me anxiously turning the pagesI received a complimentary copy of this book All thoughts and opinions are my ownYou can read this review on my blog at