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When twelve-year-old Sophie Williams went on a Girl Scout summer camp, she never returned home. Three months later, her body is found inside her sleeping bag in the most frequented area of Cocoa Beach, and the town is outraged. The girl isn't just any child. She's the town's most beloved surf idol, and it was believed that she could be the next Kelly Slater. As another c When twelve-year-old Sophie Williams went on a Girl Scout summer camp, she never returned home. Three months later, her body is found inside her sleeping bag in the most frequented area of Cocoa Beach, and the town is outraged. The girl isn't just any child. She's the town's most beloved surf idol, and it was believed that she could be the next Kelly Slater. As another child, the son of a well-known senator is kidnapped, and the parents receive a disturbing video, FBI profiler Eva Rae Thomas — who has just returned to her hometown, divorced and out of a job — plunges into the investigation, breaking her promise to her children not to do police work again. Local law enforcement, with her old flame Matt Miller in charge, are the ones who ask for her help in a case so unsettling that only she can solve it. But the deeper they dig, the deadlier it becomes for Matt and Eva Rae. Soon, everyone she holds dear is in grave danger as this case hits a little too close to home. DON’T LIE TO ME is the first book in the Eva Rae Thomas Mystery Series and can be read as a standalone. Scroll up and grab a heart-pounding mystery today.


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When twelve-year-old Sophie Williams went on a Girl Scout summer camp, she never returned home. Three months later, her body is found inside her sleeping bag in the most frequented area of Cocoa Beach, and the town is outraged. The girl isn't just any child. She's the town's most beloved surf idol, and it was believed that she could be the next Kelly Slater. As another c When twelve-year-old Sophie Williams went on a Girl Scout summer camp, she never returned home. Three months later, her body is found inside her sleeping bag in the most frequented area of Cocoa Beach, and the town is outraged. The girl isn't just any child. She's the town's most beloved surf idol, and it was believed that she could be the next Kelly Slater. As another child, the son of a well-known senator is kidnapped, and the parents receive a disturbing video, FBI profiler Eva Rae Thomas — who has just returned to her hometown, divorced and out of a job — plunges into the investigation, breaking her promise to her children not to do police work again. Local law enforcement, with her old flame Matt Miller in charge, are the ones who ask for her help in a case so unsettling that only she can solve it. But the deeper they dig, the deadlier it becomes for Matt and Eva Rae. Soon, everyone she holds dear is in grave danger as this case hits a little too close to home. DON’T LIE TO ME is the first book in the Eva Rae Thomas Mystery Series and can be read as a standalone. Scroll up and grab a heart-pounding mystery today.

30 review for Don't Lie to Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    This book is a one star from me. There is just sooo much wrong with it imo. The writing is shallow. No one talks the way they do in this dialogue. For example, the first dead child, Sophie, is called "the child" by her father. Eva Rae calls her own son "the boy". Her middle child says "they quarrel" and since they're American, it just doesn't sound right. It's so unnatural. Eva Rae is not believable at all as a former FBI agent. She follows no protocols and frequently shows up where she has no bu This book is a one star from me. There is just sooo much wrong with it imo. The writing is shallow. No one talks the way they do in this dialogue. For example, the first dead child, Sophie, is called "the child" by her father. Eva Rae calls her own son "the boy". Her middle child says "they quarrel" and since they're American, it just doesn't sound right. It's so unnatural. Eva Rae is not believable at all as a former FBI agent. She follows no protocols and frequently shows up where she has no business being. She jumps to conclusions (assaulting the man she believed hurt her friend.) That's not being a good protagonist. She's also literally one of the worst moms I've ever read about and yet every time there's a scene with her own mom she only complains about her being cold. I'd take cold over fucking clueless and annoying any day. Also, why on earth does she allow her 12 year old to speak to her the way she does? So disrespectful. I found myself on her ex husband's side. I'd be fed up with her as a partner too. The love interest is shallow. Her female friends are shallow. There are so many plot threads that don't really go anywhere. Don't waste your time.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn

    FABULOUS murder/mystery book! My first time with this author and I am really impressed. There are so many little subplots in this book, but it is a great series start up. An ex-FBI profiler whose husband walks out on her and her three children for a younger (of course) woman, gives up her job, moves back to be close to her parents, dealing with her kids acting out, her cold mother and a serial killer on the loose in the town she grew up in. And, yet, the author does a spectacular job of keeping FABULOUS murder/mystery book! My first time with this author and I am really impressed. There are so many little subplots in this book, but it is a great series start up. An ex-FBI profiler whose husband walks out on her and her three children for a younger (of course) woman, gives up her job, moves back to be close to her parents, dealing with her kids acting out, her cold mother and a serial killer on the loose in the town she grew up in. And, yet, the author does a spectacular job of keeping everything straight and working in the story while the lead character tries to, on the sly, figure out who the killer of these children is. Of course, the clock is ticking all the time. And, I never once saw that ending coming. As they say, you never really know a person. It is a great book and I can't wait for the next one to come out.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie A.

    The only good thing is it was free This book was poorly written, with no likeable characters. Eva, for supposedly being an experienced former FBI agent, and Matt, supposedly a somewhat experienced police officer were neither very bright. And Eva is a terrible mother besides. Don't waste your time on it. The only good thing is it was free This book was poorly written, with no likeable characters. Eva, for supposedly being an experienced former FBI agent, and Matt, supposedly a somewhat experienced police officer were neither very bright. And Eva is a terrible mother besides. Don't waste your time on it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    pagesofchapters

    This was a super quick and enjoyable read. I enjoyed all of the different elements the author entertwined within this story. It definitely made it a more complex book to read. The topics of family was a big part of this book and I definitely enjoyed reading about those aspects. As far as the main plot goes, I did find it to be very predictable, so the level of anticipation and mystery did lack a little for me but despite that, I still thoroughly enjoyed this book. I did also like the cute, all b This was a super quick and enjoyable read. I enjoyed all of the different elements the author entertwined within this story. It definitely made it a more complex book to read. The topics of family was a big part of this book and I definitely enjoyed reading about those aspects. As far as the main plot goes, I did find it to be very predictable, so the level of anticipation and mystery did lack a little for me but despite that, I still thoroughly enjoyed this book. I did also like the cute, all be very predictable, romance thrown in there between an old flame. Overall, I think this book is good for anyone looking to jump into the crime genre. Although it isn’t to most well done, jaw dropping, shocking crime story, it was still very enjoyable.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tara Butler

    So much potential... I thoroughly enjoyed the writing style and the fast paced nature of this story, but it was honestly just all over the place. So many characters with so little actual character development was so confusing. I’m an avid thriller/crime/mystery reader and I’m sad to say this was a busy. Slow down a bit, let us get to know the characters in the story. Kidnapping after kidnapping and murder after murder, and then it turns out to be her dad?! I couldn’t even keep straight who was be So much potential... I thoroughly enjoyed the writing style and the fast paced nature of this story, but it was honestly just all over the place. So many characters with so little actual character development was so confusing. I’m an avid thriller/crime/mystery reader and I’m sad to say this was a busy. Slow down a bit, let us get to know the characters in the story. Kidnapping after kidnapping and murder after murder, and then it turns out to be her dad?! I couldn’t even keep straight who was being talked about each chapter because she kept introducing new kids, and....It was just bad. Almost ridiculous.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cathi

    I couldn't finish this. I got only about 40% into it then I had to stop. This woman is the worst mother in the annals of fiction. She's also the worst FBI agent ever. I don't know what was in store for her in the rest of the book but if it was bad, she deserved it. Also, the writing style was terrible, as was the editing. I couldn't finish this. I got only about 40% into it then I had to stop. This woman is the worst mother in the annals of fiction. She's also the worst FBI agent ever. I don't know what was in store for her in the rest of the book but if it was bad, she deserved it. Also, the writing style was terrible, as was the editing.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marsha Corley

    Maybe I'm not being fair because I didn't finish this book, but I could find not much to like about it after the first couple chapters. I really thought in the beginning of the book that it was going to be a good read, but the more I read, the more I really disliked the main character. First of all, she is not even middle aged yet but has reached such a high pinnacle in her law enforcement career that she is revered, an author and one able to step back from the lofty career in the FBI. I'm sorry Maybe I'm not being fair because I didn't finish this book, but I could find not much to like about it after the first couple chapters. I really thought in the beginning of the book that it was going to be a good read, but the more I read, the more I really disliked the main character. First of all, she is not even middle aged yet but has reached such a high pinnacle in her law enforcement career that she is revered, an author and one able to step back from the lofty career in the FBI. I'm sorry, that doesn't happen in a scant ten or fifteen years. She is a woman who apparently had children, left those children to her husband to raise and then when he walks out on her, she begins to rely on her older daughters to become the mother to her younger child. Then, what mother would leave their obviously hyperactive child alone in a van while she goes into a crime scene, where she has absolutely no business being; talk about contaminating a crime scene. Maybe I've missed the whole premise of this book, but I could find nothing to like about a scatter-brained, irresponsible woman and the murder and kidnapping of children.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Debbie DiFiore

    There were a couple of plot holes, unexplained items, and a little bit of credibility problems but I don't care. I really liked it. It was a surprise to me when I found out who the villain was and I really was surprised. It stars out with a girl at girl scout camp being kidnapped. Eva Rae just moved back to town, she is a former FBI profiler and her husband just took off with another woman. She moves back to be close to her Mom and Dad and she is having a very hard time of it. She has three chil There were a couple of plot holes, unexplained items, and a little bit of credibility problems but I don't care. I really liked it. It was a surprise to me when I found out who the villain was and I really was surprised. It stars out with a girl at girl scout camp being kidnapped. Eva Rae just moved back to town, she is a former FBI profiler and her husband just took off with another woman. She moves back to be close to her Mom and Dad and she is having a very hard time of it. She has three children and the Dad didn't work and stayed home with them and did everything for them. The kids are pretty brutal as their Mom tried to adjust to being a full time Mom. Back to The missing girl scout. The girl turns up in a sleeping bag dismembered and the search begins. Another little girl is kidnapped, and two boys. I loved the little girl Maddie who was so brave. Eva Rae also returns to her high school sweetheart, Matt and I think they will end up together. Her former husband is a total douche canoe!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Gaven

    If you like trillers, this is a good one!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    Just OK This is an easy read and moved at a fast clip. I felt the writing was good, but the plot not so much. Several sort of sub plots attached to the main plot and characters contribute to the fast paced action. However some of the story line is just not believable and details are not really dealt with well. Our heroine is former FBI, yet pulls stuff no trained officer would do. Local force asks for her "help" on a case, but no mention of her appointment as the"posse" or consultant. Then she pi Just OK This is an easy read and moved at a fast clip. I felt the writing was good, but the plot not so much. Several sort of sub plots attached to the main plot and characters contribute to the fast paced action. However some of the story line is just not believable and details are not really dealt with well. Our heroine is former FBI, yet pulls stuff no trained officer would do. Local force asks for her "help" on a case, but no mention of her appointment as the"posse" or consultant. Then she picks out suspect on slim facts and turns out wrong. Another time she is upset about a guy beating a woman and she runs right over to his house and breaks his nose, again with no true investigation. In the end it is Okay , lack of details bugs me and the ending is really unbelievable.

  11. 5 out of 5

    E

    This book has such good reviews, but I was disappointed. Everything happened so quickly; no real character development. Just a little too simple, rushing to get to the end result. No more books by Willow Rose for me.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia

    I could only read about the first two chapters. I stopped reading after the male cop "Bit his lip", yeah, if I had to read about someone biting their lip or their heart racing and tears welling one more damn time.....I just couldn't do it. Very juvenile to me and not so great writing. I could only read about the first two chapters. I stopped reading after the male cop "Bit his lip", yeah, if I had to read about someone biting their lip or their heart racing and tears welling one more damn time.....I just couldn't do it. Very juvenile to me and not so great writing.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Stanislawczyk

    Wow! What a twist!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ted Tayler

    "A mixed bag" A promising start , but then everything fell apart. I must have read a different book to the one that garnered all those 5* reviews. "A mixed bag" A promising start , but then everything fell apart. I must have read a different book to the one that garnered all those 5* reviews.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dee Cherry

    This first book of the series was dramatic as Eva Rae, a retired FBI agent, became involved in a case of a murdered child. Throughout the story, flashbacks were given concerning Eva Rae's childhood as well as the killer's which made the story easier to understand. It seemed Eva's adult life was in turmoil due to her recent separation and trying to keep up with her kids schedules. There were also content and secrets revealed that made the title come to life. Overall, I thought this was a good int This first book of the series was dramatic as Eva Rae, a retired FBI agent, became involved in a case of a murdered child. Throughout the story, flashbacks were given concerning Eva Rae's childhood as well as the killer's which made the story easier to understand. It seemed Eva's adult life was in turmoil due to her recent separation and trying to keep up with her kids schedules. There were also content and secrets revealed that made the title come to life. Overall, I thought this was a good introduction and I look forward to reading the next part.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Emma Nicholson

    There are rather too many dead children in this book for my cup of tea. It was an ok story although parts of it I thought were a bit predictable. I guess it’s the genre that a bunch of people have to die and the detectives figure out who did it, but for me it’s was a meh read - although I did finish it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bev

    Eva Rae returns to her hometown as an ex-FBI profiler. She has promised her children she is done with police work, but when one child is found dead and another is kidnapped she can't help but get involved. Matt Miller, the local law enforcement asked for her help. He is also an ex-flame of hers. The more they investigate, the more dangerous it becomes, especially for those Eva hold near and dear. Can they stop this person before it is too late? You will need to read the book to find out. Eva Rae returns to her hometown as an ex-FBI profiler. She has promised her children she is done with police work, but when one child is found dead and another is kidnapped she can't help but get involved. Matt Miller, the local law enforcement asked for her help. He is also an ex-flame of hers. The more they investigate, the more dangerous it becomes, especially for those Eva hold near and dear. Can they stop this person before it is too late? You will need to read the book to find out.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kiara Moore-Ogundipe

    *SPOILERS* If you've read the synopsis, you know there are children coming up missing and retired FBI agent steps in to try to help local law enforcement find the killer. I have to say, with kids going missing, you would think the mothers in this story would be vigilant with watching their children. That's not the case. Sophie, who is the first missing child has been being molested. Her mom Julie knows about it, but continues to allow it and not press charges on the molester simply because she wa *SPOILERS* If you've read the synopsis, you know there are children coming up missing and retired FBI agent steps in to try to help local law enforcement find the killer. I have to say, with kids going missing, you would think the mothers in this story would be vigilant with watching their children. That's not the case. Sophie, who is the first missing child has been being molested. Her mom Julie knows about it, but continues to allow it and not press charges on the molester simply because she wants her daughter to be trained by the best. One mom is a prostitute and leaves her daughter home alone all night. She doesn't even realize she is missing until 24 hours later. The MC, Eva, is the detective who is working on the case, frequently doesn't know where her children are. She runs in and out of the house, not paying attention to what is going on in her children's lives. Her mother barely speaks to her due to the trauma of her sister disappearing when they were younger. All in all, the mothers in this story left a lot to be desired. When something happened to their children, I didn't even feel sympathy because the mothers were so negligent. Another thing that bothered me was the obvious amateur sleuthing. Eva is supposed to be this FBI analyst and she couldn't even tell the murderer was her own father. They deduced that the killer was killing children who were the product of divorce. (Why the killer would kill the CHILDREN who are innocent victims of divorce is beyond me). Why then, did she not recognize the signs in her father? How did she not realize that he just knew too much, always knowing where she was in the investigation without her even telling him? She is supposed to be a behavioral analysis and she didn't see it. Nevermind that he was kidnapping and killing children two doors down from where she lived. It didn't make me confident in her, or her reputation as a smart FBI analyst. Adding on to the first paragraph, Matt and Eva knew the suspected killer was targeting kids of divorced parents. They BOTH have been divorced, and didn't think to protect their own children. Matt barely talked to his child, and Eva's kids were running all over the city unsupervised, getting into cars with strangers. Matter of fact, there were NO good parents in this book. That irked me. Basically, I didn't connect with any of the characters, nor the victims. The story was actually quite dull, and I hated that the kids were just used as toys in the killer's sick game and not actual children. Parents were terrible. Even the motive for her dad killing people was bogus. I mean he was like 62. Why was he still traumatized by something that happened when he was like 15? And to kill the children of divorced parents made no sense.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    A former FBI agent who makes up her own procedures and a ridiculous plot twist. Calling Olivia Benson! SVU, take the wheel!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kristi Duarte

    I almost didn't make it past the first two pages because of the terrible editing. Lots of echoing words, poorly constructed sentences, and sloppy grammar. Given the lack of an acknowledgements page, I assume this is one of those authors who just spits out books and thinks a quick proofread is enough before publishing. This shows a lack of respect for the readers, and books like this give self-published authors a bad rap. Having said that, the storytelling is good, and once I got into the story, t I almost didn't make it past the first two pages because of the terrible editing. Lots of echoing words, poorly constructed sentences, and sloppy grammar. Given the lack of an acknowledgements page, I assume this is one of those authors who just spits out books and thinks a quick proofread is enough before publishing. This shows a lack of respect for the readers, and books like this give self-published authors a bad rap. Having said that, the storytelling is good, and once I got into the story, the lack of editing annoyed me less. If I were the author, I would invest in a good editor and learn how to improve my writing skills. But I'm not the author, and I guess there's a place for a $1 McDonald's burgers as well as a $100 Wagyu Kobe Steak in the world

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ughhhhh why are most of the free kindle books so wtf. This book started out decent, if not predictable & cliche with the “sob story moved back home oops here’s the convenient past love who waited forever” blahhhh. Which, fine, can kind of move past that. But the rest of the book had too many plot holes & “seriously?!” moments. I understand this is in no way a police procedure book but can we try to pretend almost everything Eva did wasn’t borderline questionable. And solving server all serious m Ughhhhh why are most of the free kindle books so wtf. This book started out decent, if not predictable & cliche with the “sob story moved back home oops here’s the convenient past love who waited forever” blahhhh. Which, fine, can kind of move past that. But the rest of the book had too many plot holes & “seriously?!” moments. I understand this is in no way a police procedure book but can we try to pretend almost everything Eva did wasn’t borderline questionable. And solving server all serious mysteries instantly? Ugh. The biggest kicker was when the killer was revealed & the aftermath-um, that’s huge I don’t think a reaction of “oops oh well want some vegan casserole?” Is even close.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tara Lewis

    This book is terrible. Eva Ray is the worst mother ever, a terrible FBI agent, every man is gaslighting and has nothing to do with their kids at all (hi, missing your child for 2 months and not noticing) and American cops shoot at running mothers holding kids and the mother goes to jail, not the cop. This book is terribly written, unbelievable, and if a true portrait of what families are like that side of the pond, horrific.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    i enjoyed the start to this series. Eva seems intelligent and down to earth. i'm curious where Eva and Matt will end up i enjoyed the start to this series. Eva seems intelligent and down to earth. i'm curious where Eva and Matt will end up

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sandra R

    I really don't like leaving one star reviews. Means I didn't like a book I thought would be excellent because of all the fabulous ratings. Anyway, huge big sigh. I was looking forward to getting my teeth stuck in a good thriller/murder/suspense mystery today. ☹ Firstly this book was very simply written, which in itself isn't bad. It can be pretty liberating not to think too hard when reading - just immerse yourself into the plot and start enjoying the story and the rollercoaster ride it sends you I really don't like leaving one star reviews. Means I didn't like a book I thought would be excellent because of all the fabulous ratings. Anyway, huge big sigh. I was looking forward to getting my teeth stuck in a good thriller/murder/suspense mystery today. ☹ Firstly this book was very simply written, which in itself isn't bad. It can be pretty liberating not to think too hard when reading - just immerse yourself into the plot and start enjoying the story and the rollercoaster ride it sends you on. In fact, I love KISS. (Keep It Stupid Simple). In this case, I fail to understand all the 5 star reviews. There are mix-ups in past and present tense and this book needs further editing. Perhaps I'm too picky...? It was a choppy ride, rather than a smooth one. I didn't like Eva at all. She went jogging in the middle of the night after a bad dream, leaving the children at home by themselves. As you do... After she woke, she drove for coffee - with her youngest boy in the car - because she couldn't leave him at home as the other kids were asleep. Seriously? Ever heard of a kitchen and instant coffee? Then, there was the sobbing from the hero (a seasoned cop) and the touching of an obvious crime scene. Sorry, I couldn't continue after that. I do stress:- this is my opinion and you may love this book, so don't let my review put you off. I do have a couple more of this author's books on my kindle, so I will give them a go.

  25. 5 out of 5

    M

    Women’s fiction with a good mystery. Not a police procedural. A serial child kidnapper-murder mystery is interwoven with women’s fiction featuring a storyline about dealing with “life issues.” Eva Rae Thomas, an ex-FBI profiler, struggles with emotional issues and family problems after her stay-at-home husband leaves her and their three children. She moves to her hometown of Boca Raton to be a single mother and to learn how to raise 14 yo Olivia, 12 yo Christine, and 6 yo Alex. Her parents (espe Women’s fiction with a good mystery. Not a police procedural. A serial child kidnapper-murder mystery is interwoven with women’s fiction featuring a storyline about dealing with “life issues.” Eva Rae Thomas, an ex-FBI profiler, struggles with emotional issues and family problems after her stay-at-home husband leaves her and their three children. She moves to her hometown of Boca Raton to be a single mother and to learn how to raise 14 yo Olivia, 12 yo Christine, and 6 yo Alex. Her parents (especially her mother who’s always been cold towards Eva) re-enter her life, as do childhood friends with their own problems. Eva also noses into a child kidnapping-murder case that her once-boyfriend—now a police detective—is investigating. Eva is an ex-FBI agent, so some of her actions were atypical. It was unlikely that she’d convince a detective to pursue a suspect, when she only had very circumstantial evidence. She moved from DC to Boca for her kids, so she would stop working long hours for her kids. But she submerges herself in the murder and doesn’t concentrate on parenting. She forgets after-school and/or sports events that are important to her children. I found it hard to believe Eva didn’t have a smartphone calendar or a paper agenda/planner. How’d she survive as an FBI agent? This author often conceals information about her culprits, but in this book, she drops a huge clue to killer’s identity. As in many recent serial killer books, cliched flashbacks to the murderer’s horrible childhood are overdone. The killer has POV sections, but I missed learning about the inciting incident and about state of mind. This is a readable book, so I will seek out more of this new series. However, I hope the author gets a copy editor to trim wordiness and to advise about word choices during POV shifts. It’s probably just OCD-me, but I had to reread sentences at times, because I was mentally editing. I am in the minority of reviewers, so do take my review with a teaspoon of salt. Or three. This 3 star read for me might be a 5 star for you.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Toni

    5 stars This is the first book in the Eva Rae Thomas mystery series by Willow Rose. I am glad I started this series with book one since the story moves forward in time from book to book and this particular series makes more sense when you read it in order. Eva Rae is a compelling main character. She is reeling from her husband who has left her for a younger woman and in charge of three young children. She gave up her FBI job in order to take care of her kids but as a popular profiler, her skills ar 5 stars This is the first book in the Eva Rae Thomas mystery series by Willow Rose. I am glad I started this series with book one since the story moves forward in time from book to book and this particular series makes more sense when you read it in order. Eva Rae is a compelling main character. She is reeling from her husband who has left her for a younger woman and in charge of three young children. She gave up her FBI job in order to take care of her kids but as a popular profiler, her skills are in demand. The only problem is that her skills as a mom are lower than average. She comes across a woman running in front of her car and is drawn into an investigation about an abducted girl, a popular surfer, alongside her old friend Matt Miller. This book is excellent in so many ways! I looks so unassuming but definitely worth the read. PICK THIS ONE UP FOR SURE!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Bob

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was very good, lots of mystery and suspense. The only problem I had was the villain's. like Dawn's situation, her abuser was a bit bazaar but ok, I went on, but when it came to catching the killer, a bit more bazaar. Didn't quite get it. Still I liked the way it flowed just don't trust anyone over 60 in Florida. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was very good, lots of mystery and suspense. The only problem I had was the villain's. like Dawn's situation, her abuser was a bit bazaar but ok, I went on, but when it came to catching the killer, a bit more bazaar. Didn't quite get it. Still I liked the way it flowed just don't trust anyone over 60 in Florida.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Darren

    The start of another great series This is the third series, by Willow Rose, that I am currently reading. Her books are so enticing, I cannot read just one series at a time. This series is no exception, I am becoming addicted to willow Rose.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mr Jason M Benskin

    Loved it. Looking forward to the next book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Andrea K

    Well I won’t give it away. But I was stunned!!

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