Throwback Thursday- Ceremony in Death by J.D. Robb

Ceremony in Death (In Death, #5)
Grade-B
Hotness Level-Blaze
Kink Level-No Kink
Series-In Death #5
Genre-Romantic Suspense
Reviewed by Kay
327 pages

It amazes me that this series hasn’t lost any luster for me yet. The build up of all the characters is slow but steady. I always enjoy these books and anticipate what will come next. Honestly, when I started this I was apprehensive and even had to call one of my blog partners to make sure there wouldn’t be demonic happenings in this story.

Eve’s latest case involves witchcraft and of course, murder. Ritualistic killings that are chilling in detail. Eve has to clear a deceased colleague which puts her at odds with Feeney, her mentor. Their big blow up scene left me in tears. Pain and anger are horrible feelings that evoke even more horrible responses. Guilt eats at Eve, to her very soul. She has to investigate a colleague, murders and fear for her very life. People are falsely accused and reputations left in tatters. The bad guys in this story are very bad and crazed. With the help of her usual cohorts she cracks this case where nothing is as it seems.

As usual, J.D Robb spins a great mystery and the ever growing love of Roarke for Eve. He is a great romantic lead male. I’ve already started the next book and look forward to the latest mystery unfolding before me.

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3 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday- Ceremony in Death by J.D. Robb

  1. This one is one of my favorites! And when Roarke goes to talk to Feeney? Just another time when you see that Roarke knows Eve better than she knows herself!

    I'm so glad you're still enjoying this series!!! ~Anne

    PS Don't you think we need to make Kate read/listen to this series now???? 🙂

  2. No. I do not need to read this series. I'm not ready for suspense yet, much less a series with so many books. But thanks for thinking of me.
    -Kate

  3. The books aren't overly long, Kate. The suspense is there but it's not a stressful suspense. Don't read them though, listen to them. I don't think they'd hold my interest if I had to actually read them. The narrator's voice is fantastic.

    Kay

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