Grace may have problems, but Anderson Rockwell loves his sassy, spicy, and slightly unfaithful wife. A recovered heroin addict who's now struggling with sex addiction, Grace tries her best to control her inner demons. She's relapsing less often. And when she does, she always calls. Always comes back home. Until this time.
The man calls himself Chandler. He found Grace on Facebook under a false name and lured her away with promises of excitement, danger, and plenty of steam. But when Grace gives in to temptation and follows the trail, she finds herself at the mercy of a monster who knows who she really is and whose sole obsession is revenge - on Anderson.
Time is running out for Anderson to rescue Grace from deadly danger that's beyond imagination before the past drowns them both for good. Because this time it's personal.
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Definitely a good book.
Yes. Though at times the book was really disturbing, the story kept me wanting to know more.
Yes. It always seemed to leave me asking questions. Thankfully at the end, it was all tied up nicely.
Grace's mom. I know she wasn't a main character, but I loved the depth of her character and how she was the epitome of what a mom should be.
Yes, I wanted to answer the next question.
I truly recommend that you give this book a listen. It will keep you on your toes. :)
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The Story was intense and the Narrator is Great!
I would definitely listen to Devil's Creek again. I would probably listening to it after listening to the first book. I felt like I missed a couple things by starting with book two instead of one.
I really enjoyed every character by Gwendolyn Druyor. She was great at changing her voice for each of the characters. I thought that's what made the narrator amazing.
I was totally taken by surprised by the events that occurred in the book. I thought Gwendolyn was great at keeping up with the suspense. It kept me hooked from beginning to end.
- Tina The Bookworm "Tina, The Bookworm"