Romeo

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Random House Publishing Group, 1998 - Fiction - 512 pages
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In the nerve-shattering traditon of "Gone, But Not Forgotten" and "Kiss the Girls" comes this major psychosexual thriller that will leaveyou breathless.

ROMEO: His is the courtship every woman dreams of. His is the seduction nowoman survives.

ROMEO: His victims were San Francisco's most invulnerable women--professional, beautiful, smart. They eagerly embraced Romeo's darkest fantasies.

They just didn't expect to die.

Dr. Melanie Rosen, leading psychiatric expert on the compulsions of serialkillers, was his fifth victim--a victim of her own uncontrollble desires. NowRomeo has Melanie's diary and the identity of his ideal conquest. Her sister, Sarah.

The others never really had their hearts in it.
Sarah will be different.
Sarah's heart will be perfect.

Sarah Rosen is a victim truly worthy of Romeo's exquisite seduction. She's afighter. That turns him on. Determined to stop him, Sarah has deliberatelyentered Romeo's trap, thinking the police can protect her. But no one canprotect her from herself.

ROMEO: He could be any man.

ROMEO: His victim could be any woman.

ROMEO: A novel in which everyone is guilty of "something."

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I read this book in high school. It was so captivating and full of thrills and chills that I remember placing it inside my textbooks in school and reading it while the teachers taught lessons. I ... Read full review

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San Francisco is being ravaged by a serial killer whose nickname, Romeo, stems from his penchant for stealing his victim's hearts--literally. When psychiatrist Melanie Rosen becomes the killer's fifth ... Read full review

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