By the time this is all over, she'll know what it's like to kill, or what it's like to die – the stunning conclusion to the Hunters Ridge series.
By the time this is all over, she'll know what it's like to kill, or what it's like to die.
Mia Morgan doesn't let anything get to her. After freeing herself from an obsessive boss and saving loved ones from a serial killer, she feels like she can handle anything life throws at her. But now that killer – a deranged hunter who preys on women for sport – is coming for her. And if she runs, others will pay the price. As if that's not enough, Ben Bowden, the brilliant detective who has made her life hell for the past four years, has some insane plan to protect her. If she collaborates with him, Mia might just have to acknowledge her true feelings. But if she keeps him out, will she let the hunter win?
Ben Bowden is sick of finding dead bodies. If being the lead detective on the biggest case in the country didn't come with enough pressure, now the psychopath Ben is chasing has Mia Morgan in his sights. And Mia doesn't want his help. She hasn't forgiven him for the past, and is being less than cooperative with his investigation. Protecting her is a challenge, and the sparks that fly whenever they're together aren't helping. But he has to make her trust him – somehow – because she has a plan that terrifies him to the bone.
Can he convince her to work with him? Or will she risk everything to single–handedly turn the hunter into the hunted?
Whether you read the Trilogy in sequence or as stand alone books let me assure you from start to finish you will be taken for a suspence filled rollercoaster ride of your life following the main characters to the bitter end. It has to me also been a lesson in life’s everyday events which are quite possible & ways & means to deal with human nature. But most of the momentum of the chapters just keeps the pages rapidly turning until all the twists & turns are restored to normal. Absolutely fantastic & how does one choose the next book to read after this? This is my standard.on how to judge a books or books in this case. Read & be driven.