Review: Dangerous Behavior by Nancy Bush

Print Length: 384 pages
Publisher: Zebra (April 25, 2017)

Just one look, and it s clear they re perfect together. It s in the way they touch, talk, and kiss. They share the same interests. The same twisted passions. They do everything together. Even kill 
Julia St. James Ford has washed up on a beach near her home in Seaside, Oregon, with no memory of how she got there or how her husband, Joe, died. The police rule the case an accident. But Joe s brother, Sam Jules rescuer and her first love suspects otherwise. While Sam tries to piece the facts together, Jules fears someone is watching, determined to find out how much she knows. 
Behind closed doors, behind Jules neighbors smiles, are terrifying secrets. A string of sordid thrill kills and one survivor who never should have got away. And as she and Sam close in on the events of one tragic night, and the truth comes flooding back, remembering a killer s face may be the last thing Jules ever does 


My Rating: 4 stars out of 5

This was a very interesting read that will leave you guessing! The characters are well-developed and the story-line complex enough to draw you in, but not so much as to become confusing. And the twists at the end? Wow. I never saw them coming! 

I also enjoyed the way that Sam was relentless in his pursuit of what happened to his brother, despite no longer being a police officer, he was able to piece together things that the regular police missed and aide them in their investigation (although at times I did wonder why the local police didn't do more to keep him away from things). 

The complex relationship between Sam and Jules was an unexpected element that made the story more personal, and finding out that they had a shared history and the details therein added to my overall enjoyment of the story. 

Overall, I am sure this story my still appeal to those who enjoy a good thriller novel. I would definitely read more from this author. 

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. This has not affected my review in any way. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own.

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