Rachel is finally getting it right. After years of wandering, she's married the perfect man and settled into the ideal life. But as her sleepy little town turns into a killing ground, she realizes that this new life might come at too high a price.Caleb Middleton says he's returned home to set... show more
Rachel is finally getting it right. After years of wandering, she's married the perfect man and settled into the ideal life. But as her sleepy little town turns into a killing ground, she realizes that this new life might come at too high a price.Caleb Middleton says he's returned home to set things right. But as her husband's dangerous brother circles like a hungry wolf, poking holes in her perfect world, Rachel draws her young daughter in close. The rain and violence keep coming, and Rachel must decide whether to trust her dream life or her instincts…before the town of Silver Falls becomes her grave.
Publish date: May 1st 2009
Pages no: 377
Edition language: English
Contemporary thriller/suspense.A bit on the *shudders* scary side. Rachel is newly wed, with her teenage daughter, in Silver Falls. Her husband is a safe almost boring man, now his never before mentioned brother returns home, and a serial killer comes to town. Who is she to trust?Multipel POV´s and ...
The villain was revealed too soon, the heroine was an idiot, the "hero" was a bastard, the timeline was rather short...The only good thing in this book was the kid, Sophie.
This book was okay, but it was definitely not of the caliber of Anne Stuart's older titles. While there was the 'dark' hero, he wasn't as dark as others that Ms Stuart has written.Also, there wasn't the element of 'could it possibly have been the hero who did the bad deeds' to the story. At least th...
Thank God I got this from the library and didn't actually pay for it. Quite a disappointment for me. The premise was good, but I have no idea what happened to the author when she went to write it. It's a muddled up mess. It's like a Tami Hoag novel for people who don't like character development,...
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