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Publisher Description

Some things you can’t forget.

A body hanging from the infamous History Tree unraveled their teenage love. Now Maura Antrim is again tangled up with Brock McGovern. Twelve years later, they’re back where that murder occurred—where Brock had been arrested and then released, where Maura had run, too scared to stand by his side. But with two women missing, and Brock now an FBI agent, Maura is determined to help. Together, they’ll have to confront a threat that never died and see if their passion has withstood the test of time.

August 20
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation

Customer Reviews

777sails ,

Tangled Threat

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

The premise of this book was a good one and I so looked forward to reading it. I loved the twist at the end. I totally missed the person's identity behind the kidnapping/murders. I did like the fact that the book was written in a dual POV format.

What I didn't like though seemed to really outweigh the good to me. First of all, the dialogue between the characters threw me off several times. I would have to go back and re-read entire sections to really follow it along. Also I really didn't feel the connection between the two main characters either.

This is the first time that I have read anything from this author and I was really looking forward to it. I don't know if this is an anomaly for her or it just didn't click with me. This isn't the first mystery, intrigue romance that I have read either.

I did LOVE the cover though!

Mom0611 ,

Needed a better ending

***I received an arc copy of this book through Netgalley for my honest review***

I was really excited to read this book. This was my first time reading anything from this author and I’ve been wanting to read something of hers. I wasn’t a big fan of this book though. It was good and it kept me interested but I feel like the story was really slow playing out and then at the end it was like “bam!” It’s over. I would definitely like to try to read a couple more by this author. The book was good, it just needed a better way to end it.

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