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Naturally, Rae must protect her newborn infant from this evil. She cannot allow her son to be brought up in such a family to become a criminal. So she flees Paris and without any notice returns to her grandmother’s house in New Hampshire. Upon arrival, she learns her beloved grandmother recently passed away and the author shines a light on Rae’s past and her pain in a very believable way.
Now she’s alone, just she and her baby boy. That’s when Brady, her sweetheart from long ago, shows up and he’s still carrying a torch for her. But she carries a grudge. The interplay between Rae, Brady, and Samantha is piognant and the resolution the characters come to is satisfying.
I’m always interested in how realistically the vilains are portrayed. Author Rachen Patchen gives an extremely vivid and authentic portrait of a sophisticated, international crime family…with most of its members and loyal staff totally ruthless.
She has had lots of up and downs in her life. When she goes away to college she changes her name. She ends up being a journalist. She never leaves a stone unturned when it comes to finding out the truth.
She goes after this guy named Julien, she thinks had something to do with the bombing that killed a good friend of hers. Rae ends up falling in love with Julien and marrying him. Then she finds out he is a killer.
After their baby, Jean-Louie aka Johnny is born she decides to leave Julien and that is where the action starts.
Hold onto your hats ladies and gents, because it is action packed after this and Rae is always looking over her shoulder.
There is an old love from high school, Brady who fell for Rae long ago, he still loves her and would move heaven and earth for her. He is a detective with the small town she grew up in. Rae’s Gram still lives there and this is where she goes when she leaves Julien.
But when she gets to her Gram’s house it is the middle of the night. She can’t seem to find her Gram and the neighbor calls it in, as suspicious activity. Unbeknownst to Rae, her Gram has passed away a few weeks ago. Why exactly did Rae go to her Gram’s home as she left her husband, whom she finds is a killer? Rae needs money to be on the run, where is she going to find that?
Brady her old flame is the first-person Rae sees when she gets into town. Can Brady help keep Rae and Johnny safe? Will Rae even let someone else help her escape? Rae goes back to her old name Reagan McAdams; how does she keep everything straight?
I found this book when I heard about book #4 in this series and I thought I want to find out if like this series or not; so, I bought #1 first.
Okay, this is a thriller story that keeps you reading from the first page to the last.
I didn’t want to put it down but sometimes sleep does come before the last page.
This is a good mystery and just when you think you might know what is going to happen surprise! The ending was unexpected for me.
This thriller is worth the read!
After reading this one, I now want to read more of this author’s other books.
Great job Robin!
This review contains my own thoughts and opinions. I have not been compensated by the publisher or author in any way.