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Too Close to Home

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  30 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Brooke Tyler knows a thing or two about secrets. Growing up, she'd sworn to keep certain skeletons in the family closet. But her silence came at a heavy price, not the least of which was giving up the love of her life.

Today, Brooke is a small-town cop, sworn to uphold the law and uncover the truth. Until her latest investigation unearths another long-buried secret: a dead
ebook, 304 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Silhouette Bombshell
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Too Close to Home was written in first POV, it's been a while since I read it so it took some time but it was not bad. The book too was okay, I did have issued with it and how the heroine Brooke handled certain things.

Brooke's family has for years run the Underground circuit, that helps abused women disappear, on her first extraction her older but fragile sister(she was molested saving Brooke) killed a woman and Brooke helped cover it up. This is the reason she broke up with the man she loved Ch
This is surprisingly gritty for a Silhouette -- I guess "Bombshell" is supposed to be a darker series. Too Close to Home features child abuse, murder, and a morally problematic ending, even for me, who likes heroes based on literary representations of Satan, and who openly has a crush on Hannibal Lecter. In a way, the very last line of the novel makes it seem as if conservative family values are offered to cancel out the problematic part -- hey, we're having a baby, so it's okay that _____ (I wo ...more
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