sociopath who goes out killing men through erotic asphyxiation.(2) Lucy falls in love with Quinn waaaay too early - and page-wise it may have been a tad on the soon side, but still. Also, she writes in some good red iticismfor me, the book had two major problems that I just could not get over and that were tied to one another in that they both have to do with the fact that Lucy and Quinn start off. Also, if you like See Jane Score, you'll probably love Heaven, Texas by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. First of all, she doesn't even know the guy - he's still pretending to be a widower plumber and is lying to her practically nonstop - and second of all. In her book of course! Like the other "dates tonight was about work. She'd bought her own coffee, then proceeded to listen to him talk about himself for the next hour. Lucy is a murder mystery writer and she uses online dating programs to go on "dates" to do research for her books.
The secondary cast is comprised of Lucys quirky writer friends who are interesting enough to continue with the series. Basically, she takes down mental notes on the people and then she "kills them off". Unless he was different from the others, while they waited in line for coffee he'd give her the slow up and down, as if she were an Airedale at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Unless hardluvnman was different, she wouldn't even use the pen and paper. In the end, she'd known she'd have to stick to her female serial killer's MO, but erotic asphyxiation had seemed too good a way for him to die. Lucy Rothschild pulled her BMW into the parking slot closest to the Starbucks entrance and shoved the vehicle into park. Lucy preferred to think of him as hardluvnman. He also used online dating to catch this killer and would go on "dates" to try to rule out you see where I hookup app usa am going with this? Lucy and Quinn meet on a "date not telling the other that they are using each other for ulterior motives. No man in a red baseball hat. The premise of a female serial killer targeting men she meets on the Internet has potential, but is ultimately underdeveloped with a limited suspect pool, insufficient clues and a less than comprehensible motive. Loved the description for.