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Chelsea , a young mother x2 is finally able to leave her husband and children for a night and meet up with friends for a drink but... she never arrives. Was she abducted or did she walk away from her family of her own accord.
It doesn't take long to find out that she was taken by someone with some very disturbing thoughts on how women should behave. And he wants Chelsea for his own. When Chelsea escapes he wants her back and the lengths he'll go to are cruel and extensive.
One of the things I really liked about this book is that you have absolutely no idea who the bad guy is. You get to hear his thoughts but nothing else, nothing that might give away his identity. There is one small thing but until caught it wouldn't help.
There is a romance between Morgan and Lance (the protagonists) but that is a very small part of this story.
I enjoyed and Recommend this book. Although it can be read as a stand alone I would suggest listening to book one first for background and relationships.
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15 of 16 people found this review helpful
Melinda Leigh's second novel in her Morgan Dane series solidifies the series as her best work to date. Her Last Goodbye is a rock solid suspense mystery with a some romance thrown in. Protagonist Morgan Dane is a lawyer and mother of three young children whose husband was killed three years ago. She comes from families of cops on both her parents' sides. The novel is wonderful but the narration could be better.
12 of 13 people found this review helpful
I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
The person who committed the crime I got completely wrong.
I look forward to reading the next book.in this series.
Melinda Leigh master story teller. I love this author . Her dialogue is succinct and the story is fluent and page turning. No padding by this lass every chapter full on and building up to a grand finale where all is revealed. Gruesome and a bit of " steaminess" made for an exciting read . Highly recommended like all her books , which by the way I have read .