Only killing stops the pain....
Callie Cantrell has only fragmented memories of the car accident that killed her husband and son. One year later, she's still trying to start over, yet she can't shake her unease. Especially when former LA cop West Laughlin barges into her life, searching for his young nephew. At first he thinks Callie's lying about who she is and what she knows. But soon it's clear that Callie and West are linked by a killer who has bent others to his twisted will. The worst night of Callie's life was just the beginning of his vengeance. And when her turn comes again there will be no escape....
©2014 Nancy Bush (P)2014 Audible Inc.
"Nancy Bush always delivers edge-of-your seat suspense!" (Lisa Jackson, New York Times best-selling author)
Director and reader need new jobs as the latter sounds bored, monotoned and the former for not realizing this fact. As to the story, boring and poorly paced. In the end a waste of money: don't bother... Monotonous.
This is a really good book. A great roller ride. Normally, I can figure out who or at least the why in mystery novels, but Nancy threw in a curve ball or two and kept me guessing.
I like that is a little romance added in with the mystery.
Callie. I never really like female voices protraying male voice, but Marisa did well. Still, I liked the main character, Callie.
I did want to listen to this novel in one sitting. I didn't, but if it were possible, I would have.
I'm sure I would have - with a different narrator!
I'm not convinced the story was disappointing ... the narrator completely ruined this book for me. I have several of Nancy Bush's audiobooks and have gotten completely wrapped up in each of them, but I just could not finish this one.
January LaVoy or Natalie Ross
I will borrow the book from the library because I'm sure the story is worth another chance.
I have no idea.
It ran on and on going nowhere, saying the same thing over and over. Finally I had enough and turned it off.
Didn't really like it nor disliked it.
A whole lot of disappointment which made me sad.
Wouldn't waste your time nor money.
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