With Visions of Red, Book Three (Broken Bonds #3) by Trisha Wolfe
Who is the UNSUB?
For Agent Sadie Bonds, finding the answer to that question means the difference between life and death for someone close to her. The UNSUB’s latest abduction reaches right into the heart of the ACPD, forcing every member of the department to search within their ranks for the sadistic perpetrator.
Suspicion not only clouds the task force; it slithers into Sadie and Colton’s bond, challenging their love. Discovering the truth means facing their past together. Sadie’s connection to Colton has quieted her inner demons—but is she strong enough to confront the real monster?
All players take their places as the stage is set for the final scene. With the UNSUB manipulating the game, even Sadie and Colton fall victim, spiraling deep into the darkness that threatens not only their lives, but their trust. As Sadie navigates a tortuous maze, Colton will do whatever is takes to protect her—even if that means revealing his secret.
The truth will set you free. Only for Sadie, her truth will test the very fabric of her reality. She must silence the threat, or risk losing everything and everyone she loves.
Publishes in US: October 2015
Disclaimer: I received this book from the author. I am not paid for this review, and my opinions in this review are mine, and are not effected by the book being free.
Series? Yes. 3rd
my reviews of 1st two
With Visions of Red Book Two
With Visions of Red
Other books by Trisha I've reviewed:
Astarte's Wrath , The Darkest Part, Of Darkness and Crowns, Destiny's Fire , Fading Out, Fireblood, Losing Track, Of Silver and Beasts, Unveiled
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I wanted to read Visions of Red because I have adored everything Trisha has written even things from when I beta read some of her stuff not published. She writes characters that are easy to love and sizzling romances that make me want to swoon. I will admit that the whole mystery and murder part of it is not something that I would have chosen to read without her name on it, but she totally swept me off my feet and it was a story that I did not want to put down. I loved the first and connected so much with Sadie. I was left wanting more and excited to find out more about the mystery from the 1st book.
It picks up right where we left off, and Sadie has been targeted by the UNSUB. She of course, has to suspect Colton, but she doesn't really believe or want to believe it was him. Colton longs for more with the taste of submission and steam that he had with Sadie, and he understands that he had to be considered for the string of murders, and the texts and targeting of Sadie. Eyes for the most part are off of Colton and onto the person from their own that was taken by the UNSUB. Efforts are going into assuring her safety and catching this guy who has targeted Sadie and is leaving too much heartache and death in his wake.
Sadie is a criminal profiler and she draws heavily on her background of being a victim to help her. She is smart and strong, intuitive and witty. But she puts herself inside the minds of criminals and while at work she is a good girl, she does have a place where that darker, wilder side comes out. Colton is the man who has stepped into that place that wants to be controlled in the best of ways, and he tries hard to be worthy of being a dom for her. He worships her and things between them are hot and steamy, but there is also a deep bond that is forming between him, and he can't stand that someone is after her.
The mystery aspect was well done, and I didn't see the conclusion coming. But I like how she wrote it and how it played out. I can look back and see clues going on for them, but I suspected most everyone who turned out to be innocent. I am happy with the ending for the series, and though I will miss the characters and their chemistry, it was satisfying. Sadie learns so much about herself and sees things differently her experiences and how they effected her, and especially how personal this case was to her, I was proud of her.
My question to you, my lovely readers:
Have you ever thought about a career in law enforcement or criminal investigation?