Now Jen must put aside the trauma of past failures to take on the biggest challenge of her life: a killer who can read her thoughts as easily as she can his.
What I liked: Blood Eagle really surprised me. I am, for some reason, fascinated by psychic books. For some, it's vampires or werewolves; for me it's psychics. I was pretty much blown away when I realized Blood Eagle was written by a male author. Not being mean, but I now realize that more and more males are writing books with a female heroine or from the female point of view and doing a darn good job.
Blood Eagle opens with the star, Jen, wrapping up a case with terrible consequences. Do to that fact, she elects to step away from helping with police investigations. Unfortunately soon after arriving in her new home, things start happening and Jen can't ignore them, even if she wants to. It's like being an eye witness to a crime and not coming forward with information.
I was totally invested in Jen's character, the storyline and the rest of the characters. I absolutely did not want to put this book down. Now, that being said.....
What I didn't like: I wanted more background, not only on Jen but most of the characters. While the characters were intriguing, I felt they needed more development. So many unresolved questions for me. Now, if Mr. Chambers plans a sequel, I can understand the lack of some information I wanted.
Even though I figured out the "bad" guy, there were enough twists and turns to keep me fully engaged. I was so caught up initially, I didn't dwell on my many questions until I was finished with the book.
Recommended to thriller lovers!!