I love that "Dear Lord I Can't Put This Book Down" feeling, and I had it this weekend when I wrapped up Revenant by Carolyn Haines. A full review can be found over at Paperback Reader.
I should probably note that even though this novel is published under Harlequin's Mira banner, it's not a romance. It's not even romantic suspense. No, it's straight-up suspense with certain women's fiction elements tossed in. It's as much about the serial killer, as it is an exploration of Carson Lynch, girl reporter, and her relationships with the people around her.
I guess you could say there are romantic elements, but that's overstating it. There could easily have been three heroes in this story, and the reader doesn't know who Carson will "choose" until the final chapter (as for sex - there's only one scene in the book featuring one of these potential heroes). And even then? It's not so much "Let's Get Married And Have Lots Of Babies" as it is "Let's Hang Out Together And See Where This Leads Us." And honestly? It's the most believable ending any reader could hope for. Carson is too damaged for anything else.
I highly recommend this one, as long as you don't want Sunshine Happy Puppy Dog Rainbows. Still waffling on the grade a bit, but given my "Can't Put It Down" reaction I'm going with an A-.