As white-hot flames sear the dark night, a killer waits in the trees, watching the mill burn, listening for the screams--the only proof that justice has finally begun for the sins of long-ago.
Scream. . .Scream As Loud As You Can. . .
For journalist Cassidy Buchanan, this inferno is a living nightmare: a reminder of th ...more
Lots of characters as individual as possible. Some you like, some you can really despise.
I liked the setting as well. The country is one setting that I love when filled with intrigue, suspense and suspicious, devious characters.
Cassidy struck me as a smart, headstrong young woman, at the beginning, and the same later. Brig had a good head on his shoulders. Chase, full of ambition, wanting nothing but re ...more
This is the second book I have read by this author. I felt the same for the first one as I did this one so I just think this w ...more
FUCK OH FUCK, SUCH SICKOS! Almost every fucking character in this book seems that they should be in prolonged psychotherapy like seriously long for a decade or 2. And yeah! That's the only reason I think I gave it 2.25 stars because a) I LOVE SICKO/PSYCHO characters as they make everything interesting in a book and umm...*ahem* maybe in real life too...a little at least? and b) the screwed up characte ...more
I was looking for a quick read that would keep me busy while vacationing at the beach for a few days and was pleasantly surprised when I enjoyed the book so much that I stayed up all night to finish it.
The characters were so engaging and the mystery definitely kept me guessing. Who was the culprit? Who was going to come out alive? Who was having an affa ...more
Brig and Cassidy are my favorite characters in this novel. Their romance is so sweet. I enjoyed seeing Brig fall in love for the first time, and not even realize that it is h ...more
(view spoiler)[I knew it was Felicity! It took me a little bit of time to catch on, but I got it! I also figured out the whole Buddy and Willie connection. I'm one smart cookie...just kidding.
The Buchannan family is so fucked up th ...more
There wasn't anything that I really didn't like in this book, but it isn't like I am giving it a rave review. I think I would have to read another book or two by Lisa ...more
I actually liked how it started.
The story was good, the characters, even though there is a lot of them, are well-developed and interesting.
Each plays their role in the culmination of the finale.
But somewhere in the middle, it lost me.
And I couldn't continue.
So I had to jump to the end to find out what happened.
And I was shocked.
Who would have though that the murderer is ________?!?!?
I made so many guesses in the beginning, not this person though.
So I went back a ...more
It's a great story, and more importantly. ...more
Lisa Jackson dragged out a story that would have been told with at least 150 pages cut off. Bloated and padded, this book was dragged down by sub-plots and added details that we didn't need. And it bordered on "ewwwww-ville" but go ahead and spit it out and stop handling incest with kid-gloves. You can't dress it up and m ...more
The second half was killing me though, I really wanted to know the killer and I was so close to spoiling the book to find out.
Some of the dialogues seem really fake and lame
Overall I couldn't put it down and I really enjoyed it, made me gasp out loud som ...more
Honestly, the first part could've been summed up in a prologue, or if Lisa Jackson really felt like she needed to delve into the characters a bit before the first fire, the first part only really needed to be 100 ...more
Lisa Jackson is the number-one New York Times bestselling author of more than 85 novels, including Afraid to Die, Tell Me, You Don’t Want to Know, Running Scared, Without Mercy, Malice, and Shiver. She is also the co-author of the Colony Series, co-written with her sister, Nancy Bush. There are over 20 million copies of Lisa Jackson’s books in print in twenty languages.
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