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If You Know Her (The Ash Trilogy #3)

4.02  ·  Rating Details ·  1,526 Ratings  ·  153 Reviews

Nia Hollister doesn’t scare easily. She’s returned to Ash, Kentucky, with a vengeance—and with a mission: find the killer who brutally ended her cousin’s life. What she didn’t count on was trembling with desire every time she sees Law Reilly. If any man can help her escape the nightmares for a while, it’s him. But can she allow herself to take comfort
Mass Market Paperback, 358 pages
Published February 28th 2012 by Ballantine Books (first published January 1st 2012)
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4-4 stars – Romantic Suspense

Always listen to your instincts. I had a hunch about the killer in book one, If You Hear Her, and thought Puck confirmed it for me with his whimpering/growling around a certain character. Then so much happened in the second book, If You See Her, that I became confused and second-guessed myself, but my original deduction was right.

The romance between Law and Nia felt a bit rushed and wasn’t quite as convincing as the other couples of the trilogy (Lena and Ezra and H
Mar 05, 2012 Kathleen rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Story Rating 4 stars
Character Rating 4 stars
Romance Rating 4 stars
Heat Level 3.5 stars
Overall Rating 4 stars

This book raps up the 3 book series very nicely. I really liked this whole series. I believe out of the three book's that book one If You Hear Her was my favorite, my reason's behind this is that in book 1 the killer was on the move doing his evil the most. Needless to say you must read all 3 book's if you want to find out who the killer is and how they catch him. I did have a feeling who
Anne OK
Apr 13, 2012 Anne OK rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2012-reads
The “Ash Trilogy” captivated and claimed my full attention from the opening scene in the first book until the very end of the final book. Each entry was solid and strong. I would highly recommended that you read all three books in the order written; otherwise you might encounter difficulties in understanding the entirety of the case. Besides that, this series is just too good to miss a single word.

By the beginning of the second book, I had picked my killer -- or at least I thought so. I was nev
Jul 12, 2012 Saly rated it really liked it
Law is a writer who likes to keep that part of his life private, even though the town people like to speculate about his source of wealth. In the last two books he has seen his friend and the woman he loved Lena fall for Ezra, been beaten and suspected of murder. With the events of the last book everyone thinks the killer has been caught, Jolene's murderer dead but Nia her cousin doesn't believe it. She is a photojournalist and is still investigating and finds a clue and comes back to town.

Law w
Francesca the Fierce (Under the Covers Book Blog)
4.5 Stars

This review was posted at Under The Covers

The time has finally come to reveal who the killer is! You can expect If You Know Her to be a nail-biting, edge-of-seat and very sexy read!

This series has a great cast of characters. I can't say there's one that I didn't like, but Nia and Law are MY FAVORITE! They're perfect for each other.

I've liked Law since book one, he's the perfect friend and support for every female in this series. While during book one he was in love with Lena, he was als
Pamela / SpazP
Feb 23, 2012 Pamela / SpazP rated it it was amazing
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Basically, if you love suspense and romance, you need to read this trilogy. Don't put it off any longer, don't wait. I picked up the first book, If You Hear Her on a whim, and devoured it. I was so entranced that I begged Shiloh Walker herself for ARCs of the next two books in the trilogy so I could find out what happened next. I was obsessed! Thankfully, she took pity on me and sent them my way. This is a great trilogy that has an overall crime mystery that is solved ove
Shabby Girl ~ aka Lady Victoria
Well, after struggling through this third book, I have to say don't read the three of these in the series in a row. Holy Cow this last one was hard to get through. If it weren't for wanting to find out who did it, I wouldn't have got even a third of the way through.

Really, I think this author is trying to channel Lora Leigh with all the "fuck" and "hell" and super over-the-top instantaneous falling in love over protectiveness by the H, reluctance by the h, over dramatics all round.

I'm sure I rea
If You Know Her, the 3rd book in the Ash Trilogy by Shiloh Walker is the conclusion to a series that started out explosively good. It was the need to know the identity of the killer that Shiloh had hidden so well in plain sight that made me come back for more every time. Shiloh Walker is an author who manages to disturb my slumber. This time it was a nightmare that I read the final book in the trilogy and STILL couldn’t figure out who the killer was which had me jerking back to wakefulness.

Nia H
Mar 02, 2012 Amy rated it it was amazing
OMG what an amazing series this was!!! I just wanted a better closure at the end but I loved it!!
May 28, 2012 Amy rated it did not like it
I am not sure what other readers saw in this trilogy to give it such glowing reviews. I started out really liking the first book even though I knew who the killer was then. The second book was a let down for me and the final book stunk. My biggest problem was with the character Nia. She was a world class bitch. If that was her only flaw, I could let it go but she was an idiot. This to me is unforgivable. She is smart enough to research similar murders and solve a crime that numerous law enforcem ...more
Natasha  A.
Mar 05, 2012 Natasha A. rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2012
What I learned:

- is that I can officially say that Ms. Walker is a master at Romantic Suspense.
- is that if I ever find out that you started this series at either book 2 or 3 I will never talk to you again. This MUST be read in order in order to receive the full impact!
- is that she has created this intense, emotional story arc, spread over three novels, and has done it is such a way, that I really wasn't sure who the killer was until JUST before we were told. AND IT ALL MADE SENSE! This wasn't
The third and final book in the Ash Trilogy by Shiloh Walker. Nia is back in town to find out the truth about her cousin's death. Law gets caught up in the search and can't deny his feelings for the woman.

Finally, we get to the end and all secrets are revealed. I guess the whodunnit correctly but I have to admit I tried to second guess myself a few times, certain that it couldn't be that easy. Yes, I would recommend this series but I'd recommend you get the whole series before you start because
Apr 27, 2015 Kim rated it really liked it
Yay! Its rare to get a book that I didn't figure out who did it, I had someone I just KNEW was it, but the ending surpried me and totally tripped me up!
~ Becs ~
So the final instalment in the Ash trilogy and please don’t read my review if you’ve not read the previous 2 books.

Warning – Here Be Spoilers

Nia is back in Ash, totally unable to let matters lie after the murder of her cousin Joely last year. Hope’s psychotic ex has been nailed for the murder posthumously but Nia doesn’t believe it and starts to investigate similar killings and disappearances. She notices something – the killer is collecting trophies, namely hair and jewellery. It’s a key moment
Feb 27, 2012 Danielle rated it it was amazing
This book was a perfect ending to the series. On the romance side of things I was so happy to see Law finally find someone, and become a little more confident in himself. In the first book I saw him as a sad little puppy dog who couldn't get the girl. In the second book he was like a big brother looking out for Hope, but Nia brings out his stronger side and he does a little more taking charge in this book, and I really liked that.

Nia is a really interesting girl. I love the bad ass persona she h
Cindy ~ SnS Reviews
Feb 29, 2012 Cindy ~ SnS Reviews rated it it was amazing
We pick up 6 months after Jolene Hollister's death with her cousin Nia still not over her cousins death and doesn’t feel closure even with what happened at the end of the 2nd book.

Then we go into the killers head and find out about his first kill and how it came about. Interesting for me the author made it look like if his first love hadn’t goaded him to get rough with her while having sex he may not have found out he had a taste for killing in that manner. The killer at Ezra and Lena's wedding
Mar 27, 2012 jenjn79 rated it really liked it
Recommended to jenjn79 by: continuation of a series
Rating: 4 / 5 plus a half star for excellent creativity near the end.

In most ways this book lived up to my expectations, but in some ways it didn't quite get there. I liked it, but not as much as the first two books in this trilogy.

Third book in Shiloh Walker's "Ash" trilogy about the small town of Ash, Kentucky, the people who live there and the strange things going on. Series really should be read in order as there is an overall trilogy arc and tons of connections.

Ever since her
ThatEzi  (Oh My Shelves)
Apr 30, 2012 ThatEzi (Oh My Shelves) rated it really liked it
This story is the conclusion of the Ash Trilogy, in which we were trying to figure out a murder plaguing the community in Ash Kentucky. I must admit, I wasn’t sure who the killer was, but I shouldn’t have been surprised.

Nia Hollister came back to town to expedite the investigation into her cousin Jolene’s murder. She was definitely a strong woman, who didn’t take crap from anyone. She carried her own gun, and she made sure people knew she wasn’t going to be anyone’s victim. She made her appearan
Lynsey   • The Demon Librarian
So we come to the final instalment of the Ash trilogy, the one where we finally find out the killer's identity and see all of our three couples walk off into the sunset. On paper, this should be the best of the series, with the stories' climax and the romance of Law Riley, the most consistently featured character throughout, but it wasn't. In fact, it was my least favourite. Go figure.

It had some good moments. Especially sections where the killer was in the room; you knew he was because you got
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Favorite Quote: “ You can take that Tinkerbell shit and shove it up your ass. “

There are some spoilers from book 2 in here so proceed at your own risk.

If You Know Her is the conclusion to Shiloh walker’s exciting, nerve racking, explosive romantic suspense Ash Trilogy. She has led us on a merry chase as we watch a town terrorized by a serial killer scramble to stop him from claiming anymore victims. Though a fan of everything Ms. Walke
Taria Reed
20mins into the book and I think I know who the killer is, but only time will tell...

2.5hrs left, and all I have to say is... I KNEW IT!!!

All done and yeah there were WAY TOO MANY POVs in these books. It got annoying because although the story was about Law and Nia's love story in this unfolding mystery, there was too much "air time" in the other character's heads and that made the romance seemed rushed for Law and Nia.

I can understand the author wanting to get the three love stories in under
Lady Lioness
Mar 07, 2012 Lady Lioness rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Kay Hooper fans
Finally, the identity of the serial killer is revealed and I'm actually a little disappointed I was right. I guess I was hoping Walker had some twist up her sleeve 'cause I had the guilty party as one of my two top suspects back in If You Hear Her.

Overall, I thought it was a solid series, definitely enjoyable. Again, I liked the natural, realistic, way Walker allowed the relationships between the heroes and heroines to develop. I felt the books did an admirable job of combining scary, creepy, a
Sep 28, 2015 Tjfox rated it really liked it
As the third and final book in this series, this ended on a better note than the first two as there weren’t any hanging frustrations left at the end.

I liked the fact that the story was resolved by the characters figuring everything out rather than a big reveal. It was fully played out and not just handed over in an info dump at the last minute. Actually, I love that it turned out that way. As a reader, if you paid really close attention, you could have figured some of it out along the way, but t
Feb 12, 2014 Brandy rated it liked it
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Despite the 3 star rating I actually enjoyed this finale to the series. It was most definitely my favorite of the three. Throughout all three novels I always thought Law had the most depth out of all of the characters. His chemistry with Nia was off the charts. Both of their headstrong attitudes sometimes clashed but made for great chemistry. I took a star from this rating because there were a few loose ends that the author didn't tie up for me. There might be a few spoilers here so I'm sorry!

Mar 16, 2014 Linda rated it it was amazing
Nia Hollister couldn't eat, couldn't sleep. and couldn't work, not after burying her cousin. It had been six months since her cousin had been brutally raped and murder and in her gut she didn't believe Joe Carson was dead and buried as being the killer! The killer was still out there, she needed answers, and she vowed to get them as she headed to Ash, Kentucky............

Law Reilly didn't know what to think as he stared at an Amazon training her gun on him and Hope in his own home no less! From
Jan 23, 2015 Sparkymom rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great ending

I really have enjoyed this series. I loved being able to follow the couple from the first books all the way to the end of the trilogy. Law has been one of my favorites from the beginning. After his encounter with Nia in the last book, I really had my doubts about how these two would mesh. Law was so close to Lena and Hope, who had nothing in common with the tough as brass tacks Nia, that it seemed like an odd match. Fortunately, I was wrong. Sparks flew, and boy did they match! I enj
Glynda Roy
Mar 22, 2012 Glynda Roy rated it it was amazing
I really, really enjoyed this exciting trilogy. I guessed the killer in the first book. It wasn't easy, but I just said, "What if?" The one thing I liked besides the great story was the fact they came out close together and I didn't forget anything. Thank ;you Shiloh WAlker.
Aug 24, 2012 Netty rated it it was amazing
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Loved it. Had no clue who the killer was which worked fine for me. The relationships that were formed didn't outweigh the thriller mystery part of the books. Another smashing series from Shiloh Walker, who amazes me with her wide variety of stories and incredible imagination.
Feb 20, 2012 Gina rated it it was amazing
I think this is my favorite of the Trilogy, it brings everyone and everything together and the suspence ramps up until suddenly you have it and you're right there solving the mystery with them.
CD {Boulder Blvd}
Aug 05, 2015 CD {Boulder Blvd} rated it liked it
Mixed thoughts...liked the plot, felt the read was disjointed and jumpy in the first part of the book, but some of that was my fault for reading #3 first (Hadn't intended to, but now that I did I won't go back to the first two. In fact, kind of saved myself, a long drawn out trilogy.).

Lots of times that I was less than impressed with our female lead, Nia. Most of the book she came off as selfish, reactionary to the point of TSTL and a little slutty. Then at the end of the book she's the one try
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“Tipping her head, she stared into his tawny, hazel eyes, so intense, so burning-hot and all-consuming. Had she ever had a man look at her like that? Like she was all? Like she was everything? The center of his universe? Hell, screw the center … Law was looking at her like she was his universe.” 3 likes
“Across the room, Nia said with a smirk, “Look at Tinkerbell going all mama-bear.”
Hope snapped, “Oh, shove the Tinkerbell crap up your ass.”
For about two seconds, Nia just stared at her. Then she started to laugh.”
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