One secret. Multiple casualties.
Everything Melody Callahan has ever been told about her past is a lie. Her father lied. Her husband lied. But like all secrets...they come out. Not only is her mother, Aviela, alive, but she won't stop until she tears down everything Liam and Melody have spent the past year building.
With new targets on their backs and the media focused on their family as the presidential election approaches, Liam and Melody must fight on two battlefronts. Melody is torn between being in love with Liam and wanting to kill him for lying to her. Being in love and showing love are two different things in her world. Liam wants to do anything to protect his family, even if that means hurting the people he loves.
Family is everything...but what happens when they're out for your blood? Everything they have been through is nothing compared to what is coming....
Warning: This audiobook contains adult language and subject matter, including graphic violence and explicit sex, which may be disturbing for some listeners. This audiobook is not intended for listeners under the age of 18.
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Not as good as the first, unfortunately.
yes, I will probably continue the series.
The ending was ok, but a little confusing. With all the lead up I thought it would be a little more insightful.
I just didn't like that they changed the narration from the first book. I got used to the first narrator, who was fantastic, and all of the characters were original sounding and believable. In this book, it was hard to tell the voices apart, and it sounded like a person doing impressions, not like separate voices.
More suspense. For some reason the flow of this book was just not as good as the first one.
Bring the original narrator back and WHERE ARE THE LAST TWO BOOKS?
- Brian Kimmel
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