Anne Mason thinks she'll be safe living in the Midwest building a wind farm. She may be dead wrong. Someone is dumping bodies in her corn field and telling Anne they are gifts - for her! As the body count rises, Anne realizes a cold-blooded serial killer is patiently waiting and watching her every move. And he won't stop until he ends her life. It is clear there are no limits to this killer's thirst for revenge or how far he will go to get it.
After a nasty divorce, Anne Mason does not want to get romantically involved, especially with ex-husband's attorney, Michael Brandt. The ruggedly handsome new county prosecutor is the last person Anne can trust, but may offer her only chance at survival from a psychopathic killer. But will she survive the passion that rages between them?
©2011 Alexa Grace (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
I have really mixed emotions about this book. On the one hand the basic plot line appealed to me, but on the other hand, I did not like the characters I was supposed to like.
Anne Mason-Long is annoying. She is so self-centred, wanting to do everything herself. I get that her lying ex-husband damaged her trust in people BUT REALLY?!
Michael Brandt is a borderline stalker. His overbearing protectiveness became almost as annoying as her pushing him away when she really wants him.
Thank goodness for Frankie and Lane. This is really a case of the supporting cast stealing the show.
The dangerous threat and the identity of the killer made for good reading till the end.
The narration ruined the book. It was hard to concentrate on the plot because the reading was distracting.
This book is extremely shallow and read somewhat monotone. The main character isn't very likeable, she is mean to the love interest, and the love interest keeps coming back for more. I just found this book unbelievable and not very suspenseful.
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