Borderline by T.A. Chase


 Surrounded by secrets, two men search for a serial killer, while trying to keep it from becoming personal. Mac Guzman is a Texas Ranger and lead detective on a serial killer case rocking the city of Houston. He’s willing to take help from anyone, especially when it comes in the form of the gorgeous FBI profiler, Tanner Wallace. Mixing business with pleasure has never been an option for Mac, but he just might change his mind and seduce Tanner into  his bed.

Tanner Wallace joined the Bureau and became a profiler to catch bad guys. Also, it might have a little do with making up for the evil caused by his family’s business. When he’s called in to consult on a serial killer case in Houston, Tanner never expects to meet Mac. The handsome Texas Ranger brings to mind hot, sweaty nights wrapped in each other’s arms, yet Tanner knows Mac would walk away if he ever found out who Tanner’s family really is.

With the threat of another murder hanging over their heads, Tanner and Mac will have to find a way to work past their differences before the killer strikes again.

Publisher’s Note: This book was previously released by another publisher. It has been revised and re-edited for release with Totally Bound Publishing.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/24013393-borderline
This is book one in a very promising new series, Delarosa Secrets.

 

We have Mac, a Texas Ranger and lead investigator on a serial killer that is attacking the women of Houston, TX. And  Tanner the FBI profiler that has been called in to assist when the Rangers need a fresh looks on the case. Both men have secrets that they are hiding from the job and each other. Can they overcome these, solve the case and see that being alone together is better than being alone?

 

This 112 page story is fast past, even if pretty predictable. I liked the quick chemistry between these two; they know what they want and they get it. Both are excellent at the job but have had hard childhoods and are still affected by that every day. And willing to help each other out because finally even through the case they can see a connection that
shouldn’t be ignored.