Review: The Detective by Anna Hackett

Cover for The Detective by Anna Hackett

Title: The Detective

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Norcross Security #7

Pages: 239

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Artist Savannah Cole has a secret and her sexy detective neighbor is determined to uncover them, especially after she is attacked multiple times. 

It was wonderful to jump back into the Norcross world and see everyone so happy. I really enjoyed Hunt and Savannah’s story, especially since it had some of my favorite tropes like neighbors and grumpy/sunshine. 

Savannah has spent the past few years on the run hiding from her stalker. She is also a prolific artist who has had to change her signature style to try and prevent her stalker from finding her through her art. I really liked Savannah. While she is traumatized, she is a very strong woman and fights back when she needs to. I also loved her obsession with drawing Hunt and the other men of Norcross. 

Hunter is the protective alpha male detective you expect but he was also very sweet at times. I love how he took care of Savannah and comforted her. He was a great hero and partner for her. Also, I really liked how he took care of his family and made sure his brother Cam knew he was there for him after his return to civilian life. I liked seeing that family bond and it just made me excited for the brothers books.

The overall story plot against the stalker was enjoyable as well. I liked seeing the Norcross couples, especially Vander and Brynn.  Overall, this was just a great couple and a great addition to the series. I look forward to learning more about the Morgan brothers now. 

Trigger Warnings: stalking, domestic violence, kidnapping, violence


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. The Investigator
  2. The Troubleshooter
  3. The Specialist
  4. The Bodyguard
  5. The Hacker
  6. The Powerbroker

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