Title: Demonstrated Kill
Series: Assassins 03
Author: Patricia Logan
Genre: Genre Fiction, Romance Erotica
Length: Novel (179pgs)
Publisher: Westburg Publishing; 1 edition (September 15, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Kai Thundercloud is an assassin trained by the US military. Now working undercover for the LAPD, he will be forced to make the toughest decision of his life and he faces his last task with dread… assassinate a man he’d once fallen in love with.
Bob Crowley is the brilliant head of the LAPD gang unit versed in the language of the streets and it has earned him powerful enemies. A quiet man and a workaholic personality have made him friends on the force but no one knows of the love he once lost. The LAPD is no place to be out and proud.
When Bob is suddenly accused of attempted murder, an LAPD friend Cassidy Ryan is convinced of Crowley’s innocence. When fate intercedes and Bob and his ex-lover are inexplicably reunited under the most dangerous of circumstances, Cassidy is shocked to see Thundercloud, another old friend from the LAPD, exposed for who he really is.
Murder, intrigue, addiction, and betrayal abound in the conclusion of the three “Assassins” novels. Will Crowley survive his lover’s task… or fall victim to… a demonstrated kill?
Review: Corruption, betrayal, murder and a whole slew of other intriguing aspects are in abundance in this riveting story about a so called corrupt cop, Kai Thundercloud. Kai is drowning and in need of help. The only one he can turn to is the very one who he should not trust.
Crowley is the head of the gang unit in the LAPD and Kai’s former lover. Since Kai disappeared Crowley has lived his life. When a case puts Kai in his sights he becomes suspicious of the circumstances. When he inquires about Kai he unknowingly puts both their lives in danger.
Absolutely stunning story from start to finish. The details and atmosphere at times scream danger. I loved that I was on the edge of my seat awaiting what would happen. Fantastic and riveting this story packs a punch.