When it comes to gripping novels of unrelenting suspense, Julie Garwood is in a class by herself. In the course of her career, she has mastered the art of. Killjoy must outmaneuver a brilliant killer who is part of an elaborate plot of madness and vengeance. Copyright © Julie Garwood. IndieBound. Order the eBook. Kindle · Nook · iBooks. Killjoy. Copyright © Julie Garwood Terms of Service & Privacy Policy | Data Access Request.

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Meanwhile, Avery Delaney is trying to find her aunt, Carrie Salvetti, who she was supposed to join at a spa in Aspen called Utopia.

Her razor-sharp mind and ability to gather data and decipher evidence has made Avery an expert crime analyst for the FBI. Her attention to detail was intriguing including finding the clues for the Shakespearian lilljoy. What disappointed me was the romance and sort of the depth of the characters.

There Avery meets John Paul Renard.

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I loved their banter, the connection, the trust they give one another, and their romance. A match just his size and one who can hold her own, but not her tongue.

Their actions killljoy so well motivated that I felt like I knew them. There’s great detail in the way of description. Preview — Killjoy by Julie Garwood. Today, her name appears regularly on the bestseller lists of every major publication in the country, and her books are translated into dozens of languages around the world. This traumatic experience propels Avery into a life of law and order. Well done Julie Garwood.


It took a while for the scales to fall from my eyes. I couldn’t wait to rea Fairly good book, but I was disappointed a bit in it after being excited to read John Paul’s story. Wanted a longer epilogue. Also there is little angst or drama involved. This story gives me the chills. The bad guys are in no way subtle, bordering on being over-the-edge evil.

It was an average good read.

Feb 19, Kathleen rated it really liked it Shelves: Working as an expert crime analyst for the FBI, her rash, immature behaviors while trying to save her aunt had me shaking my head. It is especially important to read Mercy first because this is the reader’s first introduction to the male protagonist. But there are lots of fantastic books written way back which do feel dated but it doesn’t deter from their quality.

Having said that, I do enjoy their chemistry. Since then, she has branched into other genres including contemporary romantic suspense.

I’m getting real tired of heroes and heroines falling in love within a couple of days just because they have good sex.

Killjoy – Julie Garwood

Julie Garwood is among the most critically acclaimed—and popular—romance authors around, published in thirty-two languages worldwide with forty million copies of her books in print. Abandoned by her rapacious, conniving mother when she was only three days old, Avery was raised by her grandmother and beloved aunt Carolyn. Of course his efforts were rewarded by her newly-reawakened sexual cravings. Apr 25, Carol rated it it was ok. When Avery dealt with the degenerates at the camping store, astounding JP with her moves chuckle.


Solid narration by Joyce Bean. After they had sex, she said no more sex because she felt they should distance themselves because they would split eventually.

Avery’s aunt is missing, and Avery is determined to use all her skills from analyzing data for the FBI to figure out where she is.

IDK it just felt like there wasn’t enough focus on them?

It’s called lust people, not love. They just seemed to be there and involved. And then a bit later, she’s seen seducing her FBI interrogators.

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Killjoy September Group Read Spoilers. Now Avery is employed by the FBI as a crime analyst. At least one garwooc the positives for Carolyn and Avery was that justice was served to the bitter end to the man who caused Carolyn’s mother and Avery’s grandmother’s garwiod. It is a part of Julie Garwood ‘s Buchanan series which is her first time moving away from the historical romance genre into contemporary romanic suspense.

I also think that readers should be forwarned that some of the inside jokes and other references may be lost on you if you don’t read Heartbreaker and Mercy first.