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Publisher's Summary

When a terrible accident abruptly ends her riding career, Rachel Parker returns to Pennsylvania to rebuild her family’s horse farm. But her welcome home is anything but warm. Her sister’s abusive husband and a violent vandal threaten Rachel’s new business and her life. Someone is systematically trying to destroy her. Someone who knows private things about her. Someone who’s been watching her. Now Rachel must face the fact that the sins of her carefully hidden past have returned to haunt her...

Police Chief Mike O’Connell never had trouble drawing the line between his personal life and his job - until he met Rachel Parker. Mike’s investigation uncovers a shocking number of secrets and suspects. But the stalker’s escalating violence convinces him he doesn’t have much time to sort through it all. Whoever is watching Rachel wants her dead. Mike and Rachel race to untangle a web of deceit and lies that stretches two decades into the past - before her stalker strikes again.

©2012 by Melinda Leigh. (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • C. S.
  • 2019-05-14

Great story but could use less sex

Melinda Leigh is a spectacular story teller. I love how she weave a mystery. The only way she could improve the books is to take out the sex nonsense - I do not need to hear explicit details about other people’s sex.

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  • Mz Toya
  • 2017-09-22

Worst narrator ever!!

I could have enjoyed this book but they picked the wrong narrator. Books with only one narrator need narrator's who can mimic both male and female voices, which Elizabeth Pike could not do. I had a hard time figuring out who was talking to who and getting irritated because all the male voices were feminine. The story itself was ok although it was easy to figure out who the villain was.

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  • guatebras1
  • 2016-05-04

An Ordinary Performance

The performance was a bit limiting. It was hard most of the time to differentiate the characters voices.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2015-01-19

Wishing I lived in this town. Great characters!

I loved how this story is in the same town as the first book.
But we get to learn about different characters or meet new people in town. There's characters in this story from book one which I think pulls it all together. It seems like a real place.

Overall great read, loved the story. Getting book three today!

Side note: I wish I could live in this town with theses characters. Such great friends. Lol

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  • Patti
  • 2019-10-17

Young Adult novel

I enjoyed the writing and the story overall. However, at times I wondered if I was reading an adult mystery or a young adult book written for hormonal teenagers. Seriously, enough is enough with huge biceps and tight asses.

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  • M Anne Dimit-Buckley
  • 2019-08-12

Good mystery

I enjoyed the mystery very much, but felt the long sex scenes were gratuitous and unnecessary interruptions of the story. I may not read any more of her books.

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  • Lucinda Wuersig
  • 2016-03-07

Good read.

Good read, at times I thought there were a few to many characters. All in all I enjoyed it.

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  • Lacey
  • 2021-11-28

not bad

I can tell this is one of Melinda's earlier books. Still good but not my favorite.

One of my favorite narrators under a different name was quite the shock.

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  • Connie Kane
  • 2021-05-28

Narration was horrible ruined it for me

I love Audio books as I’m in the car a lot so audio books are perfect. But this narration had me wanting to quit the book it was so bad. I ended up quit listening to the book and read it at night! Story I was good. Typical for this writer but I will never listen to the same narrator again.

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  • Kentucky Bohemian
  • 2021-05-05

Earlier Work for This Author

I have come to love this author's stories, and have read/listened to many of her novels. While I enjoyed this story, It's obvious that this is one of her earlier works. This story, while well crafted, doesn't have the polish that the author's later works do. Having said that, I'm enough of a fan that it didn't change my enjoyment of the story itself, which in standard Melinda Leigh style, is interlaced with enough moving parts to make a Swiss watchmaker smile.

As usual, the characters are enjoyable, easy for the reader to feel engaged with, and contain enough depth to allow plot points to play out well. The story line moves swiftly, juggling this fairly large cast of characters in their unique roles. While this wasn't my favorite book by this author, to date she has not disappointed me. I don't expect she will, either.