“Breath of Malice” is a crazy read. Paige is dealing with the consequences of going after someone by herself, without her team. She’s on her third move and taking care of her physically disabled 15-year-old sister Ivy. When they move to a new town Paige thinks she’s safe, but she will soon realize that’s not the case.
Then you have Sam who is a divorcee who loves his son Jonah and does what he can to make a better life for both of them. When Paige and Ivy come into their lives, things get crazy, fearsome, and scary. Life is nothing but pain.
Karen Fenech did a very good job writing “Breath of Malice”. From the first sentence I was hooked and I couldn’t stop reading until I got to the end. Paige is tough as hell and boy did I feel for her. She wasn’t the same person she was at the beginning of the book. She changed and grew up and having Sam there with her changed things as well.
This is a book I highly recommend for those who love a good thriller.
FBI special agent Paige Carson hoped she’d be able to start a new life in small-town South Carolina. But when a senator’s sister is murdered and a blank postcard is left next to the body, Paige realizes that a killer from her past has found her—and is sending her a very personal message.
From the moment he hired her, FBI special agent in charge Sam McKade knew Paige was hiding something. Prompted by this recent threat, she finally opens up: one year ago, she caught the eye of suspected serial killer Todd Thames. Now he’s come back to pull her into his game, whether she wants to play or not.
As the danger increases, Paige and Sam give in to their growing attraction, and he vows to protect her no matter the cost. But the murderer will stop at nothing to get to his intended prey, and the strong arm of the law—and the shelter of her new love—may not be enough to save her.