Love Me to Death : Lucy Kincaid

  • by Allison Brennan
  • Narrated by Ann Marie Lee
  • Series: Lucy Kincaid
  • 14 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Six years ago, Lucy Kincaid was attacked and nearly killed by an online predator. She survived. Her attacker did not. Now Lucy’s goal is to join the FBI and fight cyber-crime, but in the meantime, she’s volunteering with a victim’s rights group, surfing the Web undercover to lure sex offenders into the hands of the law. But when the predators she hunts start turning up as murder victims, the FBI takes a whole new interest in Lucy.
With her future and possibly even her freedom suddenly in jeopardy, Lucy discovers she’s a pawn in someone’s twisted plot to mete out vigilante justice. She joins forces with security expert and daredevil Sean Rogan, and together they track their elusive quarry from anonymous online chat rooms onto the mean streets of Washington, D.C. But someone else is shadowing them: A merciless stalker has his savage eye on Lucy. The only way for her to escape his brutality may be another fight to the death.


What the Critics Say

"World-class nail-biter . . . Brennan is in the groove with this one." (Lee Child)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

What a silly book!

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Actually Ann Marie Lee did a very good job!

What could Allison Brennan have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Make the characters more believable. It seems that she couldn't make up her mind about whether or not Lucy was a fragile person that needed people around her to lean on for support or was actually a strong independent woman. I wish she hadn't felt the need to put a romance in the story. That's what made it so silly. I felt like I was listening to a Harlequin romance.

What about Ann Marie Lee’s performance did you like?

She has a very nice voice and reads well

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Love Me to Death?

The sappy romance.

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- Mary K. Dyer

I wanted to like this.

I tried to like this story. I need a new series and stumble on this. The main character is really hard to relate to because the author has made her to be everything rolled up into one person: victim, Olympic athlete, computer genius, criminal profiler, psychologist, marksmen...the list goes on and on and on. The rest of the story wasn't any less cliche.

The internal character monologues are all way too long and over explain every plot point. Each monologue started to feel like teenage angst, but maybe that's the author's target audience?

I ended up skipping several chapters and didn't get lost. So a chapter turner, not so much a page turner.

If you want a good crime novel, this isn't it. But if you want lots and lots and lots of character development and internal turmoil, you'll like it.

The narrator did a good job. I can't fault her for the slow moving story.
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- Kristy Rochon

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-28-2010
  • Publisher: Random House Audio