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Summary

Desperate Mary Grace Winters knew the only way to save herself and her child from her abusive husband was to stage their deaths. Now all that remains of her former life is at the bottom of a lake.

As Caroline Stewart, Mary Grace has almost forgotten the nightmare she left behind nine years ago. Slowly she has learned to believe that her new life, and new identity, is here to stay. Then her husband uncovers her hidden trail. Step by step he's closing in on her and everyone she loves. Now Caroline must decide whether to flee again or whether the time has come to stay and fight....

©2003 Karen Rose Hafer (P)2017 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Good thriller

I enjoyed this tense thriller but what spoilt it for me was the romance part . Distracting but not in a good way quite laughable and too mills and boons for me .

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Thriller or soft porn?

I only managed a couple of hours of this book but got really fed up with the detailed descriptions of one character's lustful thoughts about another character - heaven knows what it would be like if they actually got together. Pity, because I really like Jeff Harding as a narrator and the premise of the story was a good one. Had to return it.

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Unputdownable

loved the new story, had me crying, laughing & listening to extra chapters through the night as the suspense built.
absolutely hated detective winters.

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Same story basically

Ok I’ve read the others and they’ve been ok, but I so longed for the story to move! Loads of action yes, but at quarter speed. Fast forwarded to the end but was as expected. A lot of death and female abuse, all needed for the story line? don’t think so. Nope no more! It’s going back. Excellent narration by the way.

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Fab

Really enjoyed this KR book, Jeff Harding I love you 😍 I can't wait to get started on another one read by you 😀

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Unbearble narrator!

Had to refund this book after just a couple of chapters due to the fact that the narration is terrible. Every female character sounds like Ace Ventura impersonating Scarlett O’ Hara. Just unbearable.

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Enjoyed revisiting this story.

In this book, first published in 2003, we are introduced to the characters in Chicago; Dana, Caroline and the rest of the Hunter for clan.

The main story is about Caroline and how she becomes a different person as she escapes an abusive relationship.

As always, Karen Rose write an interesting story.

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Best author ever I have just finished don’t tell

It had me on the edge of my seat it had everything horror, love passion , can not wait for the next one.

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Cheesy

I’m afraid I found this book painfully cheesy and not very believable. Prefer a bit more grit.

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loved it

I have enjoyed all of Karen Rose's books. just waiting for the next one. I think it is out in may