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Publisher's Summary

Fear becomes a woman’s greatest weapon in a heart-pounding novel of suspense from the USA Today bestselling author of Pretty Little Killers.

Tinsley Jensen survived the torturous clutches of an elusive masked killer dubbed the Skull, only to be held hostage by her nightmares. She’s terrified of leaving her cottage on Seahawk Island, knowing that the madman is still out there. FBI special agent Wyatt Camden knows it too. He may have rescued Tinsley, but her captor got away. Now he’s driven by guilt, the need for vengeance, and the desire to protect - at any cost - the woman he’s come to love.

Too paranoid to deal with the police, the media, and her sister, Tinsley finds solace in an online support group. She’s too broken to let even Wyatt into her life. But when the threats against Tinsley escalate and her friend disappears, Tinsley is forced out of her self-imposed seclusion to finally face her fears. Wyatt is the only man she can trust to help her, and to save a killer’s latest catch. Now, Wyatt just wants to finish the job he started.

But that’s all the Skull wants too.

©2018 Rita Herron (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Non-stop action!

Great story! The only survivor of a serial killer known as the Skull, the h is hiding out on an island off the Charleston, SC coast. Just when she thinks that she is ready to re-enter public life, the killer is back. Can the FBI agent on her case keep her safe or will it be up to a group of female vigilante stop The Skull?

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Great Book!


I have enjoyed the series so far and I’m looking forward to more. When I read about monsters and what they do to their innocent prey I remember that even though the books I chose to read are fiction, there are real life incidents that mirror the books I am reading.

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Seriously? The main character is raped and you’ll hear all about it

Wow. This book is. Awful. Main character so brutally raped he’s all hoot over a cop. She ignores her sister’s calls constantly, even though she’s concerned that the serial rapist will get her too! Then answer the damn phone and tell her. Then her sister gets caught by the rapist and now she’ll answer the phone. So bad, all around. The story line couldn’t even save it because it was all over the place. Just bad and gross..

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Enjoy this story line

I like Wyatt and the story line but there was a lot of penis pushing in this book. I was listening to the audio and had to skip some parts because the rest of the house wasn't ready for all of that.

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Very similar to 1st book

the story was okay the narrator was good it was just almost exactly like the first book

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Pretty good

This book was pretty good, typical Rita Herron format. I wish the narrator had different male voices. The same voice for Wyatt was for other men and even the skull which was distracting. And a little overly dramatic at times.

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Just ok

I really like the first book in this series so I wanted to listen to this one too. It’s ok. The storyline is a bit predictable and not as well written as the first. Most of the time it felt more like a romance than a mystery.