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Take Me to the Good Parts of This Book
Warning: The Good Parts Might Be Explicit
- First Meeting
- He was white-haired, hulking, and cloaked in leather.
- Deacon was a man who knew exactly what he was doing.
- Trouble in Paradise
- If Faith is a suspect, she needs to protect her rights.
- Hot Hot Hot
- A taste of Faith turns into the perfect opportunity.
- It Might Be Love
- Faith didn't know if this was "case love" or real love.
Psychologist Faith Corcoran is desperate to escape the stalker who's made her life a nightmare for the past year--desperate enough to run to the one place that has been her nightmare for far longer. Both boon and bane, her recent inheritance of her grandmother's old house in Cincinnati offers a sanctuary in which she can start her life anew but requires that she face dark memories that resonate to this day.
She has no idea, however, just how close to home her fears still are...
Two college girls have gone missing in the area, and FBI special agent Deacon Novak is called to work on the case. When his inquiry unexpectedly leads him to Faith, he finds a beautiful and brave woman for whom he can't help but fall. Soon they'll discover that this seemingly simple investigation is anything but. Reaching back decades into Faith's own past, it will shatter everything she believes to be true and will give terrifying new meaning to flesh and blood.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Amazon Customer on 03-08-15
hard to stop listening
Would you listen to Closer Than You Think again? Why?
Yes, will listen to it again. I love loooong books. This was a perfect long listen adventure. Never really figured it out. Kept me listening and loved the narrator Hillary Huber. So much easier than Margarite. Every voice was distinct and her voice did not quaver. Nice on the ears. Thank you Hillary!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Closer Than You Think?
Memories of the basement. I lived in a house with a creepy basement. The backs of the steps were open and I always ran up them so that no one could grab my ankles. There was never anyone there but it always felt like someone was going to grab.
Which scene was your favorite?
I can't say it would spoil some of the ending.
Any additional comments?
If you don't like long books then don't get this one. Don't give negative reviews on the length it clearly stated TWENTY EIGHT HOURS! LOVE IT! To me this was a bargain, good story, good voice to read to me, and I didn't guess the end. I loved every minute of it.
45 of 45 people found this review helpful
By Francesca R. on 02-16-15
there are multiple subplots that will keep you intrigued. there's so much action you may find yourself talking out loud to the characters!
2 things I didn't like was 1/2 way through when the main characters are in the lobby of a hotel and while everything else is happening (shooting) they are imagining being WITH each other. Also, the second part of the book when the the female lead keeps crying and blaming herself... every 5 minutes. Overall it's a really good book and worth it.
28 of 29 people found this review helpful