Borderline

The fifth victim of the serial killer known as the knife kills one of Mac Guzman's friends. Mac is a lead detective and isn't just angry he's determined to find this killer before he can kill for the 6th time. Mac is forced to work with FBI profiler Tanner Wallace in order to fulfill his quest to catch the killer. The attraction between the two men is instant and intense. Both are not sure if they should pursue the other or not. The reasons being for Mac because he's in the closet at work and Tanner because of his secrets of who his family is.

When Tanner meets the handsome Texas Ranger he knows that he wants to be in his life and that he is afraid that if Mac knows who his family is Mac will leave him. Joining the FBI has been Tanner's way of making up for the evil that his family has done.

Can both men find their answers and catch a killer before he strikes again?

Borderline up until the end was a really good read. I enjoyed it a lot and would recommend it for the story alone, but the catching of the killer was anti-climactic to the story. It all wrapped up too fast. Although the love story did keep this book going it was distracting to have so little of the killer written into the end. Still, all in all enjoyable.


Book Blurb for Borderline

Genre: LGBT Suspense

Mac Guzman is a Texas Ranger and lead detective on a serial killer case rocking the city of Houston. He’s willing to take help from anyone, especially when it comes in the form of the gorgeous FBI profiler, Tanner Wallace. Mixing business with pleasure has never been an option for Mac, but he just might change his mind and seduce Tanner into his bed.

Tanner Wallace joined the Bureau and became a profiler to catch bad guys. Also, it might have a little do with making up for the evil caused by his family’s business. When he’s called in to consult on a serial killer case in Houston, Tanner never expects to meet Mac. The handsome Texas Ranger brings to mind hot, sweaty nights wrapped in each other’s arms, yet Tanner knows Mac would walk away if he ever found out who Tanner’s family really is.

With the threat of another murder hanging over their heads, Tanner and Mac will have to find a way work past their differences before the killer strikes again.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices, violence.


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2011 3.75