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Don't Drink the Nine

Don t Drink the Nine With a suspect from the Chorus Girl case in custody Detective Richard Giordano and Empathy Delacroix are ready to pursue the bonds of love and friendship Free from the restrictions of the case their

  • Title: Don't Drink the Nine
  • Author: P.M. Briede
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With a suspect from the Chorus Girl case in custody, Detective Richard Giordano and Empathy Delacroix are ready to pursue the bonds of love and friendship Free from the restrictions of the case, their love affair becomes a full blown relationship Life is relatively normal until another chorus girl turns up dead, and a new cocktail hits the Broadway scene, Nine As thWith a suspect from the Chorus Girl case in custody, Detective Richard Giordano and Empathy Delacroix are ready to pursue the bonds of love and friendship Free from the restrictions of the case, their love affair becomes a full blown relationship Life is relatively normal until another chorus girl turns up dead, and a new cocktail hits the Broadway scene, Nine As the case progresses, it s looking and like Em is somehow tied to an illegal underbelly of New York Richard must swallow his pride, and his fears, and work with his argumentative brother, Bobby, to crack the case and protect Em While one killer is behind bars, the man pulling all the strings is still at large and still set on Em Richard and Em both know what it will cost to catch a maniacal killer, but the price might be than they are prepared to pay.

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    1. Natasha Rowlin on said:

      3.5 stars - another action-packed instalmentAfter reading Death of a Chorus Girl I was certainly intrigued to follow the end of the story, and Don't Drink the Nine picks up right where we left off. The case is far from being solved, and when another girl turns up dead, it becomes clear that it's much more complicated than we previously thought. Em and Rich, while at the beginning of their new relationship now have much more to contend with. The investigation is continuing to unravel, and every r [...]

    2. Romance Readers Book Blog on said:

      The second book in the Delacroix series, featuring Empathy (Em) and Richard.Em is a choreographer for Broadway shows, and Richard is a detective for the NYPD. They first meet in book 1 (Death of a Chorus Girl) while he is working a homicide. Lust - if not love - at first sight overtook them, and book 1 ended with quite a cliffhanger of its own - but NOTHING compared to the cliffhanger this book ends in! My head is still spinning after the ending. It is a heart-pounding, infuriating, stressful ri [...]

    3. C.A. Tibbitts on said:

      The second book in the Delacroix series, featuring Empathy (Em) and Richard.Em is a choreographer for Broadway shows, and Richard is a detective for the NYPD. They first meet in book 1 (Death of a Chorus Girl) while he is working a homicide. Lust - if not love - at first sight overtook them, and book 1 ended with quite a cliffhanger of its own - but NOTHING compared to the cliffhanger this book ends in! My head is still spinning after the ending. It is a heart-pounding, infuriating, stressful ri [...]

    4. Jennifer Roche on said:

      Suspense, romance, lust, anger, murder, secrets, and a cliffhanger ending that will leave you begging for more, are just the tip of the iceberg of emotions experienced in Don't Drink the Nine by PM Briede. This second installment of the Empathy Delacroix series continues to follow the story and lives of Empathy Delacroix and Richard Giordano where the first book Death of a Chorus Girl leaves off, but in this second book, the reader meets a plethora of new characters and learns more of the back s [...]

    5. Leanna on said:

      Once again PM Briede delivered us an excellent book. Full of excitement, suspense, mystery, love, and secrets this book instantly grabbed my attention and kept it until the end. I just love it when a book, as this one, starts off good and exciting I only wish more books did. There are twists, turns, what in the heck just happened moments, and oh nooo please noo moments which are all fun to read about. I like how these characters are not perfect they are real. They deal with stress and drama and [...]

    6. Dana Busenbark on said:

      As you might remember, from our previous book, Death of a Chorus Girl, Empathy Delacroix is a Choreographer on Broadway. She is typically hired by Thomas Worthy, and an investor named Fitz is typically the primary backer. There was a vision, that Empathy had in the previous book, that we see happen in this one. So many things happen in this book, it is a mystery how she is not in the funny farm in a well padded room in a white coat. What is going on with these Broadway deaths, chorus girls, dire [...]

    7. Tina Todd shobe on said:

      This is the 2nd book in the Delacrois series. I highly recommend that you read the 1st book (Death of a Chorus Girl) first. It was a heart stopping cliff hanger and this book takes right off from there.We were introduced and get to known Empathy, choreographer for Broadway shows and Richard, detective for the NYPD in the 1st book. They met when one of Em's girls is killed. Their attraction is immediate but they do not act on it until Em is cleared as being a suspect.More people are being killed [...]

    8. Jordanne Fuller on said:

      This sequel to Death of a Chorus Girl was excellent. I was glued to it in the little amount of time I had to read over the last little while. The characters seemed human and I found they deviated from many tropes that I find very annoying. Or they would follow them (like when couples don't always communicate and you're yelling at the book "Just tell him already! If you told him you could have avoided this entire mess!" and they continue to lie or not communicate.) and then abruptly come to their [...]

    9. Kaila on said:

      A cunning read!A cunning mystery and romance read! It will kep you turning the pages, until you finish, or at least need to sleep (like what happened to me). It started off where Death of a Chorus girl ended. Empathy Delacroix is still in the middle of the whole case involving a Charles Fitzwallace. She finally meets the Giordano Mama, though under unpleasant circumstances, but they fix it with having family day at the Giordano home. She also remembers who Bobby is, and that he is a piece of the [...]

    10. Anna on said:

      Don't Drink the Nine is an excellent addition to The Empathy Delacroix series! I absolutely loved the first book, Death of a Chorus Girl, and was hoping that this next book would be just as good. It doesn't disappoint! I love Richard and Empathy's story and the mix of suspense, mystery, romance, and slight touch of paranormal is perfect for my varying tastes of genres. I also love that the author slips some light humor into the book. Not only does she weave a great story, but she adds little tou [...]

    11. Cassandra Wilson-Sparks on said:

      Wow! That's the only word I could come up with to summarize the entire book. This is the second book in the empathy Delacroix series. We continue with Richard and empathy story for the next few months. There is so much going on in this book that I could not put it down!! I experienced so many emotions while reading this book, and it was amazing to experience them. If you enjoyed either the first book of this series or the Charlotte Grace series, then you have to get it. This is not really a shoo [...]

    12. Elizabeth Robbins on said:

      This is an amazing continuation of the story in Death of a Chorus Girl! This is NOT the end of the story, fair warning! Friends and coworkers of Em's are still dropping like flies, and the smarmy businessman that everyone suspects, is untouchable. With one suspect in custody, and Richard still on the mend, it's going to take everyone working together to solve this one! There are a few scenes that cross over into the cast of The Charlotte Grace series, too, for fans of those books. Loved it!

    13. Stacy Aube on said:

      This was a great continuation of Death of a Chorus Girl. This takes you future into the lives of Em and Rich. As the case continues more death and mystery are in countered. Will the team be able to save Em from the mayhem that is surrounding her. Another great book by P.M. Briede can't wait for the next book.

    14. Barbara Hawk on said:

      Awesome second installment to the Delacroix series. Could not put this book down. Empathy and Richard along with Bobby, Sabene and all their friends are racing to find the distributor of the newest date rape drug. Nine. A new drink on the scene. Chorus girls are dying and trying to get to the truth puts all in danger Can't wait for the third book!

    15. Kim on said:

      I had received a free copy of this book by this author. Wow this book and storyline was amazing. The characters was awesome. I had absolutely love this book by this author. I want to read more books by this author.

    16. Michelle on said:

      FantasticI enjoyed this book immensely if you are looking for mystery, suspense and romance then this is a book for you. This is a series and you need to read Death of a Chorus Girl first. This is a fantastic series I can't wait to find out what comes next for Empathy and Richard

    17. MaryAnn Christopherson on said:

      I floved this book. The progression of Richard and Empathy's story kept my attention. The twists and turns of this book took me on a roller-coaster ride. I can't wait for book 3 and more of my favorite characterBOBBY!!!

    18. Christine Young on said:

      As expected this book was brilliant! PM Briede really knows how to suck her readers in and take them on a wild journey! I can't wait to see what comes next - needless to say by the end I was on the edge of my seat. More please <3

    19. Cherime MacFarlane on said:

      Okay it kept me up too late. I really wanted to find out what happened. Then it was a Cliff Hanger! Dang it.

    20. DawnBurger on said:

      Richard and Empathy's budding love story picks up right where it left off. (I recommend you read Death of a Chorus Girl first.) There is murder, conspiracy, drugs and prostitution and somehow Empathy is right in the middle of it. And now her visions are expanding. We get to know the Giordano brothers better as well as Rich's family and a little more about their friends.I don't want to give away any spoilers, but this story continued to take me on a rollercoaster ride, just when I thought I had i [...]

    21. Sarah Ann on said:

      I loved this one just as much as the first book. Once again PM Briede sucked me into her story from page one and I didn't want to put it down till the very last page. These characters are amazing I just love them and the "villains" are the best. I know that might be weird but they really are. I love that we get to see more of the relationships between certain characters like Richard and his brother Bobby. I loved how some past events have come full circle to present day relationships. I can't ra [...]

    22. The Ardent Bibliophile on said:

      Talk about a cliffy! omg!! That aside, I LOVED this book. Twists, turns, clues, mysteryheat ;) There's a little bit of everything in this book. An excellent book 2 to this series. I wasn't sure where PM Briede was going to take it, but I'm holding onto the seat of my pants at the end! Excellent writing, great character development, and the action is epic! Loved this book.

    23. Veronica Thomas on said:

      I love P.M Bried's books, I have read all of them she is one of my "go to" authors without a doubt. She writes it. I get it no question and no reason to even read the blurb. :) Must reads !!

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