Kariss meets Dr. Amy Garrett, a woman who survived a brutal childhood attack in which the assailant was never found. Now Dr. Garrett wants her story written in a novel. Kariss wishes she could seek the advice of Special Agent Tigo Harris, but she broke off the relationship a few months prior and seeing him again would be too painful. She interviews Amy and conducts her own research, stepping unaware into a viper’s pit of danger.
Tigo misses Kariss and wants her back, but he understands why she broke off their relationship. Instead, he concentrates on solving a car bombing and bringing the killer to justice. As Kariss’ new story attracts an onslaught of danger that she never expected, can Tigo save the woman he loves and find who wants her dead for writing about an unsolved cold-case?
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No. Jackie Schlicher seemed to have too much of a monotone. She was reading words, not telling the story. Failed at bringing the story to life.
I would have had her put more emotion in her performance and less just reading the sentences.
The shooting scene was well written.
This is a great book. could use a better Narrator.
I really enjoyed having 2 of the characters return from the last book. This was a really complex story that intertwined with lots of different and new characters. Without being a spoiler I was glad to see Santiago Harris finally surrender and have a relationship with the lord. Caress and he finally found their way to a relationship. But the true criminal was a surprise. It was up to the last few chapters that I began to suspect who it might be.
The narration was terrific.
Love this christian author!
Say something about yourself!
Suspenseful, exciting, thrilling.
The books by Irene Hannon due to being so exciting and thrilling with a little romance thrown in.
I do not remember the ones doing the narration but I thought she did a great job on this one.
I am anxiously awaiting Book 3. I appreciate all of the research done to make this book seem so real.
It was hard for me to enjoy this story, because the narrator sounded like she might have been reading the weather. With so little inflection in her voice, it was often hard to follow the dialogue.
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