Psychologist Grace Callahan has no idea that she has a secret--one worth killing for. But when she finds out one of her clients has been murdered, she quickly realizes that the computer security specialist wasn't simply suffering from paranoia.
Detective Nate Quinn has just been cleared for active duty after a bombing killed eighteen people, including his partner, and left him dealing with PTSD. His first case back on the job involves the murder of Stephen Shaw, and his only lead turns out to be an old friend, Grace Callahan--and her life is in grave danger. Someone believes Shaw gave his psychologist information before he died. Information they are willing to kill for.
With her signature pulse-pounding suspense, Lisa Harris takes readers deep into the heart of fear in this race against the clock.
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If you want a book to get the adrenaline pumping, A Secret to Die for is the book for you. As I have come to expect from a Lisa Harris novel, this book is an action-packed ride from beginning to end. Someone is after Grace Callahan, a psychologist, and she has no idea why. Unbeknownst to her, a client of hers has given her secret information that others are willing to kill for to obtain it. When her client turns up dead, Nate Quinn is assigned the case. In the past, Grace and Nate had been good friends but lost touch over the years. Readers have the privilege of watching their friendship be rekindled while pondering the question of whether this is turning into more than a friendship or not. All of this happens in the midst of Nate's PTSD from a recent case he worked where a bomb killed several people including his partner and Grace's grief from a situation in her own personal life. Oh yeah, I can't forget this also happens while someone is working very hard to make sure Grace doesn't live long enough to figure out the secret information she was given by her client. Do yourself a favor and grab a copy of this book, fasten your seat belt, and enjoy the nail-biting suspense.
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
A Secret to Die For by Lisa Harris is a total Adrenaline Rush! Harris’ exquisite descriptions make her readers feel as though they’re a character in her story. Her writing is so vivid that you believe you are seeing, hearing and experiencing everything her characters go through. Her characters are realistic, relatable and relevant.
Psychologist Grace Callahan has been treating a client with a secret - a secret that ultimately costs his life. Detective Nate Quinn is assigned to work a homicide case and runs into his old college friend Grace. While they soon realize they are both very different people now, they still have a great connection. What will happen when they find themselves thrown together in the midst of one perilous situation after another? Can either of them decide to open the broken pieces of his/her broken heart and trust someone again? Would it be worth it? What if these are the last moments they might ever have together?
I have read many of Harris’ other books. I have enjoyed each of them for different reasons. I found A Secret to Die For to particularly be an adrenaline rush from start to finish. I was provided an ARC of this book by the Publisher and NetGalley. The opinions expressed here are completely my own and without influence. I also have preordered a copy of this book for my own personal library.
Roller coaster ride of intrigue...
“A Secret to Die For” started with a bang and had so many plot twists it kept me on the edge of my seat. Grace Callahan realizes too late that her client, Stephen Shaw was not paranoid or delusional. After her house is broken into and her client ends up dead, her old friend Detective Nate Quinn steps in to solve the case. Then, Gracie’s life is threatened and the race against time begins. As they both struggle with past hurts and fears, they learn to overcome their pasts. Can they survive the upcoming trials, overcome their fears and find happiness? If you love suspense & romance, you’ll love this book!
I was given a complementary copy by the author. I am giving my honest review and I honestly loved this book!