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Abby Foster just wants a quiet, normal life. The high school teacher left everything about her past behind when she moved to the mountains of Pennsylvania, but only three years after surviving a brutal attack, Abby awakes in an icy river, facing death once again. This time, though, she doesn't have to face it alone - if she can manage to trust the sexy cop who just risked his life to save her.

Officer Ethan Hale's gut tells him there's more to Abby's "accident" than meets the eye. When his investigation uncovers a fresh string of murders tied to her old case, he's driven to do anything to keep Abby safe. But Abby's former assailant is in prison, so who else wants her dead? As the killer shows no sign of stopping, Abby has no choice but to trust Ethan with the truth about her past…and any hope she has for a future.

©2014 Melinda Leigh (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • Wayne
  • Matthews, NC
  • 03-15-16

Mystery or romance novel?

Melinda Leigh, like Sandra Brown, is one of those authors who ALWAYS put two or three long and explicit sex scenes in her novels. Leigh, like Sandra Brown, also writes really good mystery novels. She Can Hide is a very good mystery novel. It is also extremely well narrated.

9 of 10 people found this review helpful

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  • Georgia
  • Little Rock, AR, United States
  • 04-13-15

I'll listen to others by this author

Good entertainment. Was not crazy about the narrator at first, but it got better as the story went along. I will definitely try more from this author.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Decent story

Good story- easy to listen to. Nothing earth shattering as far as plot goes. But it was entertaining and I love to listen to a book while I'm driving!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Getting Predictable

The narrator was pretty good but the plotline is getting predictable... a love story imtertwined with danger, a hot hero and a dog. Hopefully the next book changes it up.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Family!

Opening chapter was great!
Wasn't expecting the news about Abby's mother or her estranged father's wife involvement in anything. Very interesting story. Good read!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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TSTL - Too Stupid To Live - Ugh

What disappointed you about She Can Hide?

I listened to about 3/4's of this book when the main character pulled the ultimate bone headed - too stupid to live - action. I can tolerate a lot of things in a book - but I cannot stand a dumb character. This chick is dumb as a brick....I couldn't even finish the book.

What could Melinda Leigh have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Not rely on an obvious - too stupid to live - action by the main character to advance the plot. I like smart women who know when it's time to let the professionals take over. Brave is one thing - stupid quite another. These newer authors need to go back and read Linda Howard, Nora Roberts/J.D. Robb, etc. They know how to write a good plot without reducing the main character to stupidity to advance said plot.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Amy Rubinate?

She was fine.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Irritation....

Any additional comments?

****Spoiler Alert*** When you are sleeping with a cop - why would you abandon his protection to go off and play detective thinking you could save the day when there are dead bodies stacking up like cord wood and you have no clue how to locate the bad guys. Stupid is as stupid does I suppose. I have enjoyed the other books in this series - this one bombed.....

5 of 8 people found this review helpful

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This book was really great i can't wait to read the next one it keep me waiting to read each

Each day I got no work. Done i all I wanted to do is read how do i get some work odone once I start a new book!!!help!!!

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Great suspense

This narration is very good. The story is full of mystery and suspense. The characters are wonderful. (There is some darkness in this book that can be disturbing for some.)

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Wow!

I really liked this book! I loved the characters and story line. It had twists and turns and the ending was full of total surprises!!

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*disappointed* - my least favorite of the series

Let me start by saying I really like this series. There are an order to the series but each book can technically be a standalone. Some characters may have been introduced in a previous book though, so I do suggest reading them in order. As much as I love the series, it pains me to say, this particular book was a struggle for me to finish. I loved the main characters but the story itself didn't work. I think I could have really enjoyed it if it had a more focused plot. It seemed like the author kept going from killer 1 to killer 2 and so on. I just think it wasn't well written. If you have enjoyed the series as much as I have, it's still worth the listen but don't set your expectations high. *sigh*