Julia Madison has changed since the
accident that left her in a coma and took her sister’s life.
An artist, her specialty was desert landscapes, but now all
her paintings are dark and deadly. Each painting portrays a
woman’s brutal death.
Logan Walker wants to represent Julia’s
work in the galleries he runs. When he sees more of Julia’s
work, he realizes that he recognizes some of the women in the
portraits. With a little investigative work, Logan and Julia
find that all of the women in the paintings are either dead or
missing. Is Julia somehow seeing through the killer’s eyes and
painting the murders?
Drawn together to solve the mystery,
Logan and Julia find it hard to resist each other. But if a
killer is on the loose, their passion may just be the death of
Portrait of Death is a dark
and intense experience. Julia thinks she’s losing her mind and
doesn’t know who to trust. The author really kept me wondering
throughout the story whether Logan was who he said he was, or
if he was the killer. The story built to a climactic end that
kept me on the edge of my chair.