Wednesday, November 22, 2017


Derek Monahan sees violent death wherever he turns. His strange ability forces him to watch crimes that repeat in loops of blood and anguish. The only positive is that he is able to use his power to solve cold the disappearances of boys from a secretive academy.

Dr. Kate Lincoln hates that her kid brother was sent to an awful school in Georgia. The place is a nightmare--housed in what was once a brutal asylum. Now her brother has disappeared, and she's the only one who seems to care.

Derek wants to help the beautiful doctor, but going undercover in a place that seethes with ancient violence isn't easy. When she sees just how much his job affects him, Kate realizes she wants to be the one to help heal the wounds of this strong, noble, and very sexy man.

As long as she survives to do it. 

Release Date: October 30, 3017
LK Books
Extrasensory Agents #4
Paranormal Romantic Suspense/Psychological Thriller
Review copy provided by publisher

Liza's Review:

Leslie Kelly has been an auto-buy author for me from the moment I read her very first book. I love her sexy contemporary romances, but when she switched over to romantic suspense, I knew she had found her true voice. Add in the paranormal and thriller elements of her Extrasensory Agents series, and her books are golden.

I've wanted Derek's book pretty much from the moment he first appeared on the page. Each of the Extrasensory Agents have a different gift and Derek's is that he can see how people were murdered, and his talent is needed to help solve the case of missing boys at an exclusive academy in Georgia. Enter Dr. Kate Lincoln, who's brother Oliver has been missing from the same academy for six months, and Kate needs Derek's help to figure out what happened to him.

The suspense/thriller elements were very strong in Cold Image. I actually had to put it down a few time when reading late at night so I could sleep through the night. Ms. Kelly has a wonderfully twisted mind when it comes to writing suspense, and I love every moment of it. I also loved that with Cold Image, we had more romance than in some of the earlier books. The romance has always been a part of the story, but with Kate and Derek it was more prevalent. I really found myself falling for Derek and Kate as a couple. I liked the Kate seemed to get Derek in a way no one else really did. 

I'll put it out there right now. I usually have the who-done-it all figured out very early on in a book. I wasn't completely right in my guess this time, but I think it is because there were so many horrible people to pick from in this book. Seriously there were really only a couple people at the academy I didn't want to be eaten by the alligators in the swampy area.

Cold Image was a wonderful addition to the Extrasensory Agents series. I've been hooked on this series since I read the very first book and impatiently await the release of each new book in this series. I highly recommend Cold Image and the entire Extrasensory Agents series to readers who love paranormal romantic suspense books with thriller elements. 

Rating: 4 Stars (B+)
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