For the first time in months I sat down to read just for fun...I wanted to share the book I read.
Pixels and Pain by James Goodman
from Resplendence Publishing
(Also available in print)
Explore the dangerous domain of a madman…
Johnny Walker is a FBI agent on a personal crusade to catch a killer. One year ago, his little sister was brutally murdered and the police still don’t have a suspect.
Mary Marshall founded a watchdog group to rid the world of online predators after her sister fell victim to a charismatic stranger she met on the popular networking website, HiyaSpace.
As the similarities surrounding their losses draw these two together, they soon embark on a desperate quest for answers—a quest wrought with peril, betrayal, and unimaginable horror.
In a virtual world where everyone’s a friend, and everyone’s a suspect, will Johnny and Mary be able to track down and stop an internet serial killer whose unspeakable deeds threaten to destroy them all?
Or will these two hunters become the prey, unable to escape the web of Pixels and Pain?
Right off I recommend this book HOWEVER, there is some disturbing content and it is NOT suitable for anyone under 18.
That being said, I could NOT put this book down! I began reading it early Saturday afternoon and had to keep going--ignoring all calls for distractions (including a nature break from Mom Nate herself!)
It's a thrilling, gripping, exciting, nerve stretching book!
If you enjoy your romance a little racy and VERY EDGY this is the one for you. It's kind of like Criminal Minds meets Silence of the Lambs, and Psycho with a Happily Ever After tossed in for good measure.
Kudos to James for such a fabulous book!
But, now I have to pay the piper for playing. I've got to finish edits and then dive into some housework.