Predator is book three in the Munro Family Series. Brandon could not admit that he had Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and this cause him to separated from the woman he loves Alex. Alex Cavanaugh (Munro) did not tell Brandon that she had his son. Alex thought that she would never need to tell Brandon. However, this was not the case due to Brandon transferring into Australian Federal Police High Tech Operations Team where Alex works and puts Alex into a spin.
Predator takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride about how Brandon Munro won his wife Alex Cavanaugh back and his son Sam. Also, entwined with the renew romance between Alex and Brandon is the investigation by Australian Federal Police High Tech Operations Team into who is grooming young girls on the Internet.
The readers of Predator with love the way he bubbling romance between Alex and Brandon and the twist and turns are intertwined throughout the book. The conclusion of Predator and the identity of the person who is preying on young people will be a surprise and shocked to the readers.
I love the way Chris Taylor portrays her characters. Also, how she writes about social and community issue in a way that hopefully, will ensure that people start to think about ways to protect kids from Internet predators.
The predator also entwines other members of the Brandon family highlighting the importance of having families to support you in the time of trouble.
Readers of Predator would learn about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and how it affects the suffers. Also, the readers will learn about the great work of the Australian Federal Police High Tech Operations Team.
I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Australian romantic suspense.