Everything she believes is a lie.
Amelia Nettleton has struggled to overcome her childhood trauma and finally has a chance to lead a normal life - a life with a husband and a family. But a recurring nightmare haunts her: She dreams of a baby crying for its mother... a baby that may be hers, and was stolen from her.
Six years ago, special agent John Strong woke up in a hospital with no memories - but with a strong feeling that he committed terrible acts. Now, driven to atone for a history he can't remember, he works with the FBI to locate missing children.
When Amelia turns to John for help, an intoxicatingly familiar passion ignites between them. But the closer they get, the more secrets from their dark pasts come to light...secrets that someone will kill to keep them from discovering.
©2014 Rita Herron (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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This book was just like the first three in the series. Everything in the storyline is the same with different names. The descriptions are always described with the sane words throughout. You know what's going to happen again and again. The little twists are not enough to make this a good read.
"too morbid very grap hi ic and gory"
narrate good, but
too too much graphic emphasis
made mistake, i thought it was murder mystery, could not determine any plot, other than a self evaluation in the third party,sorry
"Best of the series.."
So, this is what I wrote when I reviewed Worth Dying For, the third book in this series, "I'm going to read Dying for Love now, Amelia's story, but this one is a little iffy for me. She was whacked during all the other books so I'm not so sure she can ever be better."
Well, guess what? This was my favorite book of the entire series. I absolutely loved John and Amelia.
And what a great ending, or not. There really is room for another book or ten but as far as I'm concerned this is the end for me.
I've had enough of Slaughter Creek but not enough of Rita Herron.
This book didn't have as much sex as the others did but that was a good thing. Amelia was portrayed as still being fragile so too much sex wouldn't have been good, she would have been too much like Viola.
This was a great series and I do recommend it.
I got this book and the audio free with my KindleUnlimited.
As to the narrator: Tanya Eby did a spectacular job on all four of the books in this series. Her range of voices is simply wonderful.
"Good ending to this series! Great Narration!"
The Slaughter Creek series is over. It was a great series to listen to. I enjoyed all 4 books. And the narration was fantastic. You have to read the entire series in order to get the full story and impact of the series. They are not cliffhangers at all, thankfully. (I hate cliffhangers). It's just best and more enjoyable to read/listen to them all in order.
This book is about Amelia, who had multiple personalities and our Hero John Stone.
This was another great mystery, intrigue and suspense. The character development was great, throughout the entire series as well as this book. The chemistry between the two was very good and felt real. There is a couple of very nicely written sex scenes, not graphic or erotica.
There was lots of dialogue throughout the entire book which was great! Love lots of dialogue, makes a story so much better.
The story line and plot was really good and kept you guessing. Not guessing as much as the previous books but still guessing quite a bit. That is always good in a story.
As for the narration, it was fantastic. Tanya Eby does a really great job narrating. Her reading voice is nice, she gives everyone their own distinct voice, the men sound like men, and she reads with emotion,
This was a free read free listen with my KU subscription. Fantastic deal for sure!
I still wouldn't want to live in Slaughter Creek. LOL
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