When the US Marshals Serial Crimes Tracking Unit comes knocking at Aislinn Cain's door, she is given a chance to use her past to save other people's futures. She has survived attacks by two different serial killers and devoted her life to studying the darker side of human history.
A new killer is using medieval torture methods to slay his victims. She can give them a glimpse into his twisted world, but not without a cost. If she opens herself, she risks falling into the depths of her own darkness. Can she afford to help, knowing that the cost could be her own humanity?
Good story but there’s issues
Pretty interesting plot that kept me interested the whole time. The whole book felt like one long episode of criminal minds so if you’re into that, give this a try. Unfortunately, It wasn’t written great. Some grammar errors like wrong forms of “there” and distracting writing (using the word “frowned” multiple times per page) or so much repetition in unnecessary details. I did like the characters and it was a pretty easy read. Probably will not pick up the series, but for a free book I enjoyed it.
I absolutely loved this! The characters draw you in and the story is so interesting. You definitely made a new fan!