Fatal Series by Marie Force

Fatal Affair (Fatal, #1)  Fatal Justice (Fatal, #2)  Fatal Consequences (Fatal, #3)  Fatal Destiny (Fatal, #3.5)  Fatal Flaw (Fatal, #4)  Fatal Deception (Fatal, #5)  Fatal Mistake (Fatal, #6)  Fatal Jeopardy (Fatal, #7)

Series In Order :

  • Fatal Affair (Fatal #1)
  • Fatal Justice (Fatal #2)
  • Fatal Consequences (Fatal #3)
  • Fatal Destiny (Fatal #3.5)
  • Fatal Flaw (Fatal #4)
  • Fatal Deception (Fatal 5)
  • Fatal Mistake (Fatal #6)
  • Fatal Jeopardy (Fatal #7)

Book Description :

FATAL series, is about a female Washington, D.C. police detective named Sam Holland, to be precisely Metropolitan Police Department. Over the course of the book, a department began to take shape. There’s a chief, deputy chief, detective captain, detective lieutenant, detectives, patrol officers, a medical examiner, etc. The Fatal Series is also about crony friend of Sam’s dad, a a disabled former deputy chief, plays a big role in this series. Sam’s struggles to contend with being the daughter of a fallen hero while working for men she used to call “Uncle” (the captain) is a central theme of the series.

The story also building of Sam’s fellow officers context in their relationship with her.  Within Sam’s closest group of coworkers, her partner serves as a kid brother of sorts, while other colleagues fill a variety of roles in her personal and professional life. And the most important relationship in this whole series is Sam’s with later then senator Nick Cappuano. They first met 6 years ago, have a night stand and connected deeply but alas fate interrupted. Over the course of the story, Sam and Nick life intertwined, either personally or professionally. We follow Nick role in Sam’s life from acquaintance, suspect, witness, friends, lover, fiancee, and then husband. How they struggled to make their worlds, create balance from how intense  Sam’s works demand and Nick popularity and famous on public attention.

 

Review :

I’ve had this book in my shelves for a very looong time. Yet just week ago I read it. And couldn’t stop until 4 days later I finished all the books in the series (8 books total). So simply said : LOVED IT!!!!!

Read Fatal series was like step into JD Robb’s In Death series but a one notch down. More romance and less angst. Right package to enjoy romantic suspense. The suspense was very good, which surprising as my first experience of Force’s works was her contemporary, which too fluffy and too sweet. I enjoy the insight of Political world and homicide MPD.

Nick and Sam. I adore both of them. Though I love Nick more and sometimes Sam’s stubbornness and selfishness getting on my nerve. It was refreshing to read about alpha heroine (Sam was definitely a top dog) and not so badass hero ( Nick not as alpha as I hope for. He was more softer and very compromising).

The secondary characters was built as a very strong foundation into the story. Sam’s and Nick’s colleagues and family was big part of the story. As the case revolve around them. Must said that ghe groove between Sam and her partner, Freddie, remind me of Peabody-Eve partnership.

Last words :I was hooked. ‘nough said.

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One thought on “Fatal Series by Marie Force

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