Title: Immortal in Death
Author: J.D. Robb
Series: In Death #3
Pages: 296 pages
Source: Borrowed from Library/Scribd
My Rating: 4 stars
It is 2058, New York City. Lieutenant Eve Dallas uncovers a world where technology can create beauty and youth, but passion and greed can destroy them.
She was one of the most sought-after women in the world. A top model who would stop at nothing to get what she wanted -even another woman’s man. And now she’s dead, the victim of a brutal murder.
Police lieutenant Eve Dallas puts her life on the line to take the case when suspicion falls on her best friend, the other woman in the fatal love triangle. Beneath the facade of glamor, Eve finds that the world of high fashion thrives on an all-consuming obsession with youth and fame-one that leads her from the lights of the runway to the dark underworld of New York City, where drugs can fulfill any desire, for a price.
If you haven’t started this series you probably don’t want to read my review because while I try not to spoil anything for the book I am reviewing I could potentially spoil something from previous books. You’ve been warned.
I am still really enjoying this series. I love Eve. She is a Lieutenant and she’s a damn good cop. She just has instincts that never lead her astray. She is flawed. She makes mistakes which makes me love her even more. She has kind of a breakthrough in this book regarding her past which I have been curious about since it was mentioned in book 1.
Roarke is still Roarke and I love him as well. He did do one thing to Eve that I did not like but Eve put him in his place so to speak so that was good.
Every time I read a whodunit book I can never 100% say that oh I know who it’s going to be. I guess I am just afraid of being wrong or something. While I did have a guess for whodunit I never fully committed to it.
The ending of this one seemed really abrupt. I mean one minute the killer is confessing everything to Eve and then the next we are at Eve and Roarkes wedding and the book ends there. It doesn’t even give us the wedding which I would have loved to read about. Here’s to hoping it will be in the next book but I highly doubt it.