Detective Jacob Payton knows the clock is ticking down. Someone is about to die, and his best suspect is also his only source of information. He’s known Emma Ration’s story for years—after all, a brutal serial killer left his mark on both their lives when they were still young. Meeting her is another experience altogether. She challenges his control and entices him in ways no other woman has.
But is she the killer? As the bodies pile up and their passion ignite, Jacob runs the risk of losing his control. Falling for Emma was never in his plan, but now that she’s part of his life he’s not about to give her up. Not even to the FBI on the trail of the very same killer.
Jacob must figure out if it’s Emma in danger, or himself. If he can’t uncover the identity of the copycat killer, it could be the end for both him and the woman who has fast become the center of his life.
AVAILABLE: October 6, 2015
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Emma Ration's father is the only surviver of the T.B.K. serial killer (Torture. Blind. Kill.). Watching the torture and murder's of both his parent's forever changed Emma's father. He was emotionally/mentally and physically abusive to those around him. In trying to understand what her father went through, Emma turned into the "pseudo" expert on all things TBK.
The past links Emma to Detective Jacob Payton, even though they have never met. Jacob's father was the cop that arrested the T.B.K. serial killer, so Jacob understands the lasting damage T.B.K. left in his wake. Now, Jacob is receiving letters from someone claiming to be T.B.K. and he is trying to determine whether someone is playing a sick joke or more guresome killings are just around the corner. In order to try to piece together the past and the present, he meets with Emma.
As the bodies begin to pile up and their relationship gets heated, Jacob and Emma work together to try to figure out who the copycat killer is.
Blind: Killer Instincts is the first in a new series following the Killing Club and those that hunt them down.
RATING: 4 out of 5