Obsessed

Obsessed He is a serial rapist whose calling card is the broken heart he carves on each victim s chest She is a Seattle emergency room doctor who has seen her share of brutality and bloodshed Now Ivy Penningto

  • Title: Obsessed
  • Author: Susan Andersen
  • ISBN: 9780821768228
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • He is a serial rapist whose calling card is the broken heart he carves on each victim s chest She is a Seattle emergency room doctor who has seen her share of brutality and bloodshed Now Ivy Pennington is about to enter his terrifying world of madness and violence Because he wants her.She feels him watching her Stalking her Fears the silky seductive voice on the phonHe is a serial rapist whose calling card is the broken heart he carves on each victim s chest She is a Seattle emergency room doctor who has seen her share of brutality and bloodshed Now Ivy Pennington is about to enter his terrifying world of madness and violence Because he wants her.She feels him watching her Stalking her Fears the silky seductive voice on the phone telling her she is his next very special girl Ivy can run, she can hide, but there is no safe haven from a stranger who knows who she is what she wantswhere she s going Not even the handsome cop next door can help her.And it won t end until he catches her and locks her in his deadly embrace until he hears her scream out in terror.

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    1. Susan Andersen

      I grew up in a household with two brothers, a daddy, and my grandfather Too many men, in other words They diluted M ma s influence by diverting my attention to things like the danger of answering nature s call in the dead of the night I ve got a hint for those of you raised in a less spit and scratch world check before you sit, because chances are that seat is gonna be up And they don t even have the grace to be embarrassed about it According to my sweet baby boy, if you re the minority sex in the household, you oughtta be putting it up for them Sigh.Having brothers was a mixed bag When anybody messed with me they were always quick with an offer to beat them up That was sorta nice, although I personally believe it had to do with the fact that guys just like to fight than with any towering concern for my welfare You might think that s cynical but guess who the target was if no one else was around and they were tired of fighting each other I must ve spent half my childhood locked in the bathroom, screaming, Dad s gonna get you when he gets home I know, I know, nobody likes a stoolie But it was either that or have my block knocked off on a regular basis, and trust me, Daddy was the best deterrent going.A smart woman probably would ve gone away to an all girl school or moved in with some girlfriends at the first opportunity Me, I got married to my high school sweetie And the tradition continues Our only kid who hasn t been a kid for quite some time now is the aforementioned sweet baby boy, and except for an Irish setter we had for eleven years a long time ago, even our pets have all been male I just try to stay afloat whenever I find myself in the deep end of the testosterone pool, and if you don t think that isn t a trial sometimes, I m here to tell you it can be hell Then again, it can also be heaven In fact, it mostly is But listen, don t tell my guys I fessed up to that, okay Trust me, it s difficult enough already, just trying to stay one step ahead of the game.

    810 thoughts on “Obsessed”

    1. This book was great!! I don't have anything bad to say except the author tends to use a bit too much detail in describing things in the beginning. I think maybe she realized this and slacked off towards the end. She also uses a lot of high vocabulary so I was finding myself resorting to the dictionary a few times. It's like come on lady, just say the guys in a bad mood instead of his "vituperative temper". Over all, the story flows well and is put together nicely and when it was over I wasn't le [...]


    2. This was a pretty good read. I found I couldn't put it down. I will say that the hero kinda of got on my nerves every once in awhile but what man doesn't? Its a keeper for me.


    3. I picked this book up at the library as I love everything Susan Andersen has written. It was published in 1993 and has a very different style than her recent books. As it turns out, this is a re-read for me. I got to the condom bowl and knew I had read it before. It is a great book. Lots of romance, some humor and edge of your seat suspense. Ivy is a new ER doctor who moves in next to a Special Victims cop, Vincent. The whole relationship starts off bad and gets really good, then really bad. Ivy [...]


    4. The book sounds more interesting in the summary.The whole stalker thing was not bad , the villain was disturbing but nothing ever seemed to happen until right before the ending.What ruined the book for me was Vincent, Ivy was a well constructed character I liked her but Vincent on the other hand brings a whole new meaning to the word "Jerk" , he's absolutely horrible I mean I get his past and all but that still doesn't justify the horrible things he kept on doing and saying , no woman with sel [...]


    5. I was a little worried that this would be too creepy-scary for me, but Andersen came through. There were tense moments but nothing too extreme for this wussy girl. There was a big icky scene at the very end, but that's where they're supposed to be. Not in the middle where it would require escalation. So, the hero is a stick-up-his-backside cop who jumps to laughingly wrong conclusions from the instant he meets her. The heroine is a recently graduated ER doc who takes care of a rape victim and at [...]


    6. I liked Ivy but for Vincent it was another story. Because of his emotional past, he sometimes reacted like a moron. Moreover I found the atmosphere of this book a bit weird and something about one of the secondary characters bothered me: (view spoiler)[ Terry, Ivy's male cousin, was in love with his/their cousin Jazz. (hide spoiler)]



    7. I knew I should have skipped this book since it was centered around sex crimes. The romance ran hot & cold, and it took the whole book before Vincent figured out what he wanted.Aside from those two factors, the writing was good, and I liked the characters and their close family unit.


    8. Slow starting book, usually I don't bother with those kind. But about the time I would have stopped trying to get into the book it hooked me. Can't wait to see how it ends.


    9. The book I have read for this this semester was Obsessed. The author of this book is Susan Andersen. This book is about a Doctor who has the name of Ivy Pennington. She recently moved into a new apartment and a new city. Her next door neighbor is a police man. She recently met her next door neighbor when he came to her home because she was playing cards with her cousins to obnoxiously. He introduced himself calmly. He said frustrated, that his name was Vincent D’Ambruzzi, and that she and her [...]


    10. The book I have read for this this semester was Obsessed. The author of this book is Susan Andersen. This book is about a Doctor who has the name of Ivy Pennington. She recently moved into a new apartment and a new city. Her next door neighbor is a police man. She recently met her next door neighbor when he came to her home because she was playing cards with her cousins to obnoxiously. He introduced himself calmly. He said frustrated, that his name was Vincent D’Ambruzzi, and that she and her [...]


    11. Talk about a rollercoaster of emotions. It was actually rather serious, only a little cute or funny part every once in a while.There was quite a bit of fighting between the two characters but, given the circumstances of what happened to Vincent, I can kind of understand it.The constant POV changes kept throwing me off, I mean don’t get me wrong, I appreciated them, they kept me in the main characters head but, the way they were written is what I had a problem with. They weren’t exactly separ [...]


    12. I really liked the first meeting between Vincent and Ivy, full of misunderstandings, unexpected attraction from both sides. Each of their following meeting added something to the pot, or contributed to deplete the infamous obnoxious vase (private joke for readers).Vincent's behavior several times exceeded the acceptable, and he was indeed lucky that Ivy managed to be so abstemious, mild-tempered and understanding. However he managed to redeem himself in my eyes later on, as obviously his past wa [...]


    13. Really liked it. The main characters were so real. Ivy and Vincent's relationship was up and down, but I completely understood his fears and he fought against them so well. The dialogue between them was great - even when they were fighting, maybe especially when they were fighting. I don't need a ton of suspense and the stalker/rapist was creepy enough for me. I didn't mind that we knew who he was from early on. I particularly liked the understanding of child abuse dynamics and while there was s [...]


    14. ObsessedBy Susan Andersen379 PagesObsessed is about a mysterious man that seems to like to pray on women. When he's working on his victim, something goes wrong and the police becomes involved. He finally takes interest in one of the nurses on the scene. In a game of cat and mouse, the stranger stalks her through the night till one day, he just seems to get closer to her trusted circle.To be quiet honest, I thought this book was connected to some supernatural powers, due to the summary where it w [...]


    15. I liked this book, but it was not one of those that when I put down, I couldn't wait to get back to. I enjoyed the fact that the main female character was realistic in her fear of being stalked by a serial rapist. Too many times I see a character act as if it's no big deal. I think a character can be strong and still get freaked out by something like this. It's good to see that portrayed. The romance was a little strange, and I think, forced. Vincent, our hero, was just a little too obsessed wit [...]


    16. Detective Vincent D'Ambruzzi has been on the trail of a twisted serial rapist for several months. Doctor Ivy Pennington changed apartments and found herself as the center of attention of two men. D'Ambruzzi and the rapist he is chasing.Why I picked this book up: The premise sounded fun, who doesn't love a good story about danger, cops and doctors? Stopping at the used bookstore I grabbed it to tied my over on trip.Why I finished it: The truth is that I was on a trip and had limited reading mater [...]


    17. 5/5* Excellent read! And as my second Susan Andersen novel I must say the intensity of the novel took me by surprise. IT was scary and frustrating and thrilling all at once. For all those who disliked the book because Vincent was a complete ***, true, there were times i wanted to smack him on the head, yet it was a welcome change to all the saintly, strong, and sweet guys we read about in other novels. HE seemed more real,a jerk, but real! I'm also so glad about what happened(or didnt happen) be [...]


    18. I first picked this book up at my aunt's house and flipped through it as a 12 year old, I soon realized I should be at an older age to read this!I'm now at an older age and I have to admit this novel was a bit cheesy But in a good way, of course!------Ivy is a young doctor who catches a rapist's eye, and her attractive neighbor happens to be the police officer investigating him. It's not too long before they're both after her Dun dun dunnn.I'd give it a go if you're into romantic thrillers (thri [...]


    19. Detective Vincent D'Ambruzzi is trying to catch a serial rapist and get him off the streets of Seattle for good. Ivy Pennington is an ER physician who apparently comes to the notice of the rapist after she treats one of his victims.It has the elements I enjoy in a romantic suspense but the execution didn't pull me in as much as I'd have liked. But it was an okay read and its appears to be well liked by other reviewers.


    20. Jenny and I were going through her books and I came across this one. I have read most of Susan Andersen's stuff but I hadn't ever read this one. I think because it was an older one and I just never got interested in it. The book was okay but a little to much freaky rapist stuff in it for me. Plus the whole kissing cousin's thing didn't go anywhere and I didn't understand why she put it in there.


    21. No matter how much of the book I would read, I could not get beyond Vincent. His character was horrible. Seriously, how many women would actually stick with a guy like that? I really did not like this book. And like other reviewers have said, the Jaz/Terry thing was ridiculous, unnecessary and totally disturbing.


    22. I liked the story, but this book seemed to be about 100 pages too long. A lot of the scenes were duplicated, the whole bar premise took up way too much of the book, and I don't think she spent enough time developing the plot. However, the detective was an alpha male and yummy. IvyI wanted to like her but she just seemed dumb.


    23. I like the family relationships! I love terry!! If only he can be with jaz :( Vincent gets on my nerves with his insecurities at times If only there's a brief explanation on what exactly happen to Tyler


    24. I really liked 4 of the 5 Romantic Suspense books that Susan Andersen wrote and this is one of them!Most of my "reviews" are basically just notes to myself, to remind me what I liked or didn't like about what I've read or listened to.


    25. It was an interesting story but there was areas where there was to much information being given for something that wasn't needed. Plus they kept emphasizing the guys distrust in the Dr. and going on and on about it. But the basic story line was pretty well thought out


    26. Pretty awful storyline and clumsy character development. Apparently, I read the pre-editor version because there were spelling/grammatical errors in nearly every chapter. Don't waste your timewish I had given up after the first couple of chapters.


    27. It took me a little while to get used to the writing style in this book - it is very clear that this is one of her earlier books where her style is still developing. She did a lot of "head hopping" in a scene which could make the reading stumble, but once it really gets going, it's a good book.


    28. I reread this because they're about to re-issue it. I really liked it. I found the plot and characters very engaging. My only complaint is the Terry/Jax sidelinet only was it pointless and weird, she just left it hanging.


    29. Setting: Seattle Six-foot, red-headed ER Dr. Ivy Pennington and even taller Special Assaults Unit detective, Vince D'Ambruzzi are the main characters in this intense crime thriller/RS story. The author has done her research about rape which makes for an authentic and chilling story.


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