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Summary

The second book in the Edgars Family Romantic Suspense series.

In one fiery explosion Katie Myers' witness protection cover is blown. Unable to trust the Marshals who've been responsible for her safety, she's on the run from the cult leader she put on death row. In desperation she forces a near stranger at gunpoint to help her hide.

By-the-book patrolman Matt Edgars is shocked when the woman he's come to rescue points a gun at him and demands he help her leave a crime scene. The stark terror in Katie's beautiful eyes has him breaking rules for the first time in his career.

With a hit man on their trail, Matt must break down the walls Katie has built to guard the secrets of her past. If not the cult leader will fulfill his prophecy and take the one woman Matt has ever loved to the grave.

©2012 Suzanne Ferrell (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • Doha
  • 18-10-19

Loved It

Oh my .. I didn't expect to give this rating for this book considering how much I didn't like the first book
Matt and Katie were very nice to follow and watching both of them develop into stronger human beings made swoon a couple of times during the book, Matt is such a sweet heart specially the way he treats her and consider her needs before his without sacrificing his morals, love that
The story is about straight cop Matt and a Katie who has been on the run for the last ten years from her step dad, together they will have to face their fears in order to have a future
now I'm kind excited to continue on with the series, let's see Luke's story :)

The narrator did a FANTASTIC job portraying each character in the story that sometimes I forget he is actually a guy .. good job

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  • Tracy
  • 28-04-19

Good romantic suspenseful read

This was a very suspenseful romantic and somewhat steamy book. The author developed the characters very well. It was well worth my time for this enjoyable grade.

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  • Ms. SGM
  • 03-07-18

No where to hide

After a tragic event in his teenage years, Matt Edgers has become a straight laced, by the book highway patrolman. and vowed never to let breaking the rules hurt someone he cares again. Then he meets Katie.
Katie endured many hardships in her life. After a degrading and burtal punishment, she found the courage to escape from a maniacal stepfather and cult leader with enough evidence to put his main followers in prison and him on death row.
Now 10 years later and only days before his execution, Katie stepfather is out to kill her in one a grand display of his supposed power. The only way his plan can be stopped and for her to survive is to put her trust in an arrogant straight arrow patrolman named Edgers. But if he doesn't stop playing by the rules he could get them both killed.

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  • LisaG
  • 25-08-16

repetitive story

not a great book. the heroine was annoying. she made stupid decisions. It was an interesting premise, but a boring story.

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  • Timeless Structure
  • 20-10-20

awesome

they just keep getting better & better . Now on to the next one #3 .

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  • leah
  • 02-10-20

ok nothing to write home about

Over use of the word sweet heart. kinda trite. The male lead sound imature. this wasnhonestly kind of stupid . sounds like it easnwritten by a teen .

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  • Steph M
  • 18-09-20

Hunted

Started out ok... I couldn't finish it. MC irritated me, she was emotionally annoying. The story was a bit disjointed at times, other times it was like reading a cheesy romance novel. I'm glad this was a free one.

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  • KPME19
  • 06-08-18

It's ok, it can wait...

It's ok but it's definitely not a book I would read twice. It's not alluring, more like a "eh' I guess I'll read it"

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  • AF
  • 27-08-21

WHY-JUST-WHY?🤦‍♀️'SWEETHEART' & ANOTHER 'NURSE'!?

OMGOODNESS if I hear the word "SWEETHEART" just one more time!!!!! WHY!?!? Seriously author, why would you have your Main characters call each other this same name (I assume you feel it was the best cutesy & endearing word you could think of & only word you could possibly brainstorm for the opposite sex in TWO different novels?????) I really enjoyed the first book, however I did have to let the sweetheart term ( mind you the ONLY name ever used- to just glide off my nerves by the end.)
But when the 2nd book started and the main female character was a NURSE (the EXACT SAME as the story line of the 1st book OMG! She could have been a Dental Hygienist they know medical background (clearly not like a nurse- but really author- expand your mind!! )to help with injuries further in the story! Come on, why did this have to follow the exact same story line? Also, as mentioned above he started calling her "SWEETHEART" exactly how it was in the 1st book! Also, remember we have the same narrator too!! So, it was really like ...do I finish or not. I did. Thankfully, the ending was different than the first book lol. I just really hope this 3rd book doesn't have another nurse or another sweetheart......🤣🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄😂

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  • MamaBear
  • 20-08-21

“Teach me what is means to be a woman!”

Yep. Our heroine actually utters those words to the hero. The hero who “respects” her so much that he keeps deciding what she needs and when she needs it.

Sex? He tells her she’s “not ready.”
Whether she should go on the run? He knows best.
What she has strength or courage enough for? He knows better than she does.

I won’t be more specific, in case of spoiling what little plot there is. But whatever the crisis, he definitely knows best.

The sound engineering is weird. It keeps fading out, as though it’s about to be replaced by another app.

The choice of a male narrator is especially odd for this one, too. He’s sort of breathy and overly dramatic, and the heroine ends up sounding like a caricature.

Overall, this one was missable.