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Author: Karen Rose
ISBN: 0446618977
Language: English
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Publisher: Forever (December 1, 2006)
Rating: 4.8
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Читать онлайн Have You Seen Her?. Dr. Marc Conterato and Kay Conterato for medical advice on this book and for all the wisdom and support they've provided over the years-they are remarkable people and incredible friends. To the KARENS -Solem and Kosztolnyik-for believing in me and for making dreams come true. To TERRI BOLYARD -for your openhearted generosity and constant, priceless friendship Dr. MARTIN HAFER for his hard-won insight into the mind of evil perpetrators, gained through years of counseling families shattered and broken through insidious crime.

Have You Seen Her? book. Karen Rose is such an amazing author, her slow plot build up, character perspectives, romance and mystery pull you right in, making for an amazing read. Special Agent Steven Thatcher has a lot on his hands. Her sex scenes are super smokey, burning hot with lust, love and need.

Have You Seen Her is Karen Rose's 2nd book in the Romantic Suspense Series. I really enjoyed the plot and the serial killer investigation. I really enjoyed the plot and the serial killer investigation

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TWENTYThursday, October 6, 9:10 . I feel so helpless, he murmured oom at Casey’s boyfriend, Ned, who was standing in front of the television in the corner, a completely vacant look on his face. Ned said their flight gets in at eleven or so. I offered to go pick them up at the airport, but he insisted on doing it himself. Jenna stared at the man she’d previously thought to be adolescent and insensitive

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Have You Seen Her? Annotation. Still she finds she is attracted to Steven, who feels the same way. As they fall in love and he tries to uncover a killer with high level protection, a relationship seems impossible. High Point, North Carolina is gripped with fear as a serial killer is in action. Not only have both have suffered from previous relationships, his children remain traumatized by the abduction.

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Special Agent Steven Thatcher has a lot on his hands. Not only is there a serial killer on the loose, stalking area high schools, but Steven's teenage son Brad is suddenly acting up and failing in school. His schoolteacher, Jenna Marshall, is also worried about Brad. As their conversations about the troubled teen increased and grow more intimate, Jenna and Steven soon find they're falling for each other, though they tread cautiously as both carry hidden wounds of their own. Their situation turns even more dangerous when Jenna finds herself on the twisted path of the serial killer Steven is investigating.
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Have You Seen Her is Karen Rose's 2nd book in the Romantic Suspense Series. I really enjoyed the plot and the serial killer investigation. However, although I loved Stephen in the first book I wanted to smack him upside the head more than once in this book!

Stephen was a jealous, tantrum throwing idiot more than once! The author tried to give us a background that would allow for this and to an extent it did but being that he had only know Jenna for a short time I can't figure out why she would want him. He kept acting like a jerk and at one point he left Jenna waiting in a parking lot even though he knew she was in danger because he was too busy throwing another tantrum. He'd apologize and Jenna would take him back - now I might have been able to accept that if they had a solid relationship or past to backup why she didn't want to give up on him but nope it was just because she was SO attracted to him.

I did however love the story with Stephen and his children and all three kids really added to the story. I also liked Helen and really enjoyed Father Mike's character. The serial killer details were well written (and although I knew what the twist was going to be by the 50% point) I still really enjoyed it.

Another good story, I just wish her heroes didn't act like jerks. They are good about apologizing but how about a little less bad behavior so I can really get behind the couple.
Karen Rose is amazing in her talent. She creates a world that captures the reader from the first page. You'll root for the romance between the characters but be enthralled with the mystery surrounding them. This was the first I've read from her and I will be honest in saying the only reason I had this book in my possession was because I forgot to click do not send when I was a member of doubleday book club. I hadn't planned on reading it but the back caught me and before I knew it I was on the edge of my seat wondering who the villain was how the heroine was going to survive a stalker that knew every move she made. After reading Have You Seen Her? I immediately went to her first book and have been a fan of her books since. You won't regret. Strong female characters, intriguing men and amazing plot turns and twists. Only warning, once you read one you'll want to read the rest.
Steven Thatcher has known tragedy and fear. His wife was killed in a car accident years ago, leaving him to raise three sons. Six months ago his youngest son Nicky was kidnapped from his bed by a madman intent on punishing Steven. His eldest son Brad has been acting out for the past month, and Steven, special agent for the state Bureau of Investigations, is in a wild race to find a serial killer hunting high school cheerleaders.

Jenna Marshall, Ph.D., is Brad's teacher, and upon his latest failing grade on a test for a class in which he'd previously done very well, Jenna can't keep from contacting his father any longer. After a horrible experience with another parent of a failing child, she wasn't enthusiastic about the possibility of another conflict. Steven Thatcher isn't like that other father, however. In fact, he's like no one she's ever met before. He's...Hagen Daz Rocky Road in a room full of store brand vanilla. And she really, really likes Rocky Road.

A sadistic killer stalks teenage girls and malicious mischief and threats of harm start to pile up against Jenna. Steven is captivated by her but wounded by a past that shook him to the core. He's no closer to identifying and stopping a monster and he keeps messing up the relationship he desperately wants to pursue with the first woman to make it past his shields since his wife's death. Tension and stress reach explosive levels and keeping Jenna safe starts taking priority, but his family is falling apart and his job is becoming more and more frantic. There's just so much one man can take before everything goes boom.

Karen Rose is a master storyteller and has a gift for wending endearing romance and taut suspense into a single solid read that provides ultimate entertainment. The strength in Have You Seen Her? lies in the complex, likable characters that Rose imbues with depth and personality. There are no cardboard cutouts here, but flawed, real people with their own perks and peccadilloes.

Strong willed and independent Jenna has a good heart and a lot of compassion for friends and students alike, but has a tendency to assume too much responsibility and fails to let those who love her take care of her...even when she needs it. Steven is utterly at a loss with one son who suddenly seems to hate him and another who hasn't recovered from his trauma. His aunt won't stop setting him up with blind dates and the very thing that makes him so good at his job - his dedication - is causing so many problems with his family he feels almost like he's hiding from them.

These two are surrounded by secondary and ancillary characters that could be neighbors and friends, they're so realistic, and Steven's boys are particularly endearing - especially Matt. They all round out and embellish a twisted, intricate plot of death and deception that is told with Rose's impeccable style and timing. The mystery was dual pronged and nicely layered, and while the perpetrator of the slaughter of innocent girls maybe isn't the hardest thing to figure out early on, the big picture is much less so and the story provided enough twists and turns and surprises to keep me invested throughout.

The romance was well done, and evolved with a natural tempo organic to the character development and plot. I was particularly fond of the scenes between Jenna and Nicky as Jenna starts to become familiar with Steven's sons. I was less convinced with Jenna's response to an issue that came up between her and Steven late in the book - it felt a bit too harsh given the nature of the issue and knowing Jenna's personality. The whole of it smacked a little like orchestrated melodrama, but even with that, my overall opinion of the romance is very positive.

I had a couple of technical issues with the narrative at the beginning of the book, which felt a little repetitive as the plot and characters were starting to be identified and introduced, and Jenna's friend Casey refers to her students' book analysis of Dostoevsky as themes and I've never heard that before in that context, so I wasn't totally sure what exactly Casey meant. It becomes a plot point, so I wish I'd had a clearer picture. Other than those few small points, which didn't detract much from the reading experience, I was thrilled with this book and think Rose has established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the romantic suspense genre. She blends both aspects together flawlessly and provides top notch entertainment while doing so. I can't wait to read more. I can only hope it's a lot more. 4.5 Stars.

Originally reviewed for One Good Book Deserves Another.
Steven is one of the agents from Karen's book Don't Tell, six months later his family is still trying to cope with the emotional trauma Rob Winters inflicted when he kidnapped Stevens youngest son. A girl is murdered and another one goes missing, Steven knows he is dealing with a serial killer that won't stop until he is caught. When he finds out his son is failing chemistry he meets with Jenna, Brad's teacher. They have an instant connection; Jenna has problems of her own. She is failing a star football player, she refuses to give into the threats from people to get him back on the team and now the serial has his sights set on her. This book was just as good as her last one; the characters were once again realistic with great personalities. The story line was interesting and creative without being ostentatious. The suspense in this novel had me reading this book in one sitting to find out who the killer was. Have You Seen Her is another great book from this author and I can't wait to get my hands on her next book
I've been reading older books written by Karen Rose ever since I read her newest offering. As with other Karen Rose books, the book is intricate and keeps your attention. The solution is well thought out and logical. With each of Karen Rose's books, I'm sad when I get to the end because they have been so enjoyable to read.
This is the first Karen Rose book that I read. I enjoyed it so much that I then read every book she has written and can't wait on her next one. She has a flair for combining terror, red herrings, edge of your seat thrills and anything else a good thriller would have. I strongly recommend reading this book and every other book Rose has written. She is a wonderful voice in writing thrillers and not one to be missed.