The chilling words of a killer: This is just the beginning.
Ten years ago, Lilly Carmichael left town without an explanation, breaking Braden Donnelly's heart. The death of her aunt has brought Lilly home and face-to-face with memories she thought were long buried. Still getting over a traumatic incident from her work as an NSA agent, Lilly initially dismisses the face at her window as a figment of stress-induced paranoia.
Now the sheriff of Hudson Bay, Braden has spent the past year hunting a sadistic murderer. His investigation is turned upside down when new evidence indicates that Lilly is the killer's next target. Determined to protect the woman he's never stopped loving, Braden must race against the clock to trap a dangerous psychopath.... before it's too late...
©2011 Katie Reus (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
The identity of the killer
The fact that the supposedly expert agent was basically TSTL
No. I didn't warm to either character and don't really care to find out what happens to them. I struggled to finish the book, to be honest.
I liked that the author let a couple of victims escape. I was surprised at the identity of the villain. I will no-doubt read this author again.
Yes, it was a pleasant read
Yes, but don't have time to do that
I was surprised and pleased with this author.
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