Witness to a murder, but no one will believe her…
Shocked by the brutal crime she witnesses through the window of her small office, Megan Jackson calls the police and is devastated when they question the truth of her story. With no body and no evidence of a crime, she's written off as a nutcase.
Megan suspects the killer saw her face. Terrified, she calls the only person she can trust—her ex-boyfriend and former police officer, Will McCoy.
Despite a devastating breakup, Will jumps at the chance to help the woman who broke his heart. When the killer ramps up the stakes, Will is forced to take her into hiding—where the passion they once shared reignites, deeper and hotter than ever. But can Will keep Megan alive long enough to win back her heart?
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If either character had had the sense to come in out of the rain the book would certainly have been better.
The heroine watches a murder and is glued to her spot - unable to call the police. Then she's chased out of her office by the murderer. Instead of going toward people she goes away from people. The next day after receiving threatening calls from the murderer she goes poking around the scene of the murder.
Can you spell too stupid to live?
The hero after making a big deal about how the heroine shouldn't be alone is too busy installing his bosses new TV to pick her up from work...
I rarely write bad reviews...but this was just awful. I didn't finish it...which is also rare.
I've listened to a lot of things since this. I listened to the 50 Shades Trilogy which I liked.
Lola's performance was okay. She frankly didn't have much to work with.
It wasn't the characters that were bad - it was more that their actions didn't make sense. It was as if things needed to happen in the plot at certain times so the author just had the characters do things...things that made no kind of sense and made them look stupid.
- Laurie R. Sanders
heavy on sex, light on story
- Rita Solem