Deadly Obsession – The Kinncaid Brothers #3 by Jaycee Clark


REVIEW – Updated 07/05/18

This one is grittier than the last and focuses on an unhealthy obsession towards, what was at the time, an underage girl whose cries for help endangered those around her.
Christian is a strong character who has been fighting demons, one in particular, from a very young age. Brayden is a Kinncaid, enough said!

Christian Bills and Brayden Kinncaid have been platonically co-inhabiting for years since Christian turned up at the Kinncaid estate and was taken under their wing. Working at Brayden’s antique shop and taking care of his daughter, Tori, has brought the couple closer until a night together ruins everything. Unfortunately, Christian’s past also catches up with her and, as she knows, it can be deadly.

Another great plotline and although I do feel that the ending was a bit weak (you will know what I mean) we had to have a final confrontation somehow.

All the family re-appear in one way or another with more interaction from certain members that leads nicely onto the next book, which if I’m honest is my favourite.

Previously read via Kindle. Listened to on Audible. Narrated by Johanna Parker


She’s his angel.his love.his obsession.. He knew she wasn’t dead, and he’s finally found her. Christian Bills has created a new life for her self with the help of the wealthy and powerful Kinncaid family. For almost nine years, she’s been hiding, but dark secrets from her past threaten to rip her safe world apart. Brayden Kinncaid doesn’t know what’s wrong with Christian. He’s known her for years and only recently discovered his feelings for her go beyond friendship. The changes in the once strong-willed woman are startling. Her haunted gray eyes and darting looks lead him to believe something is drastically wrong. No matter how hard he pushes her, she won’t confide in him. But when Christian is attacked, Brayden vows to discover what she is hiding-before it is too late. 




Author: mandy

I love to Read! Mostly romance (of all types) but I also enjoy murder mysteries, paranormal fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, pretty much anything.

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