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Not Forgotten (The Harbour Bay) (Volume 1) Paperback – September 18, 2015
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Top Customer Reviews
I loved the characters and the way this book just grabbed me right from the start. It's a chilling read, a crime thriller at its best, with superb writing and plot twists. I'm excited to check out the next in the series!
- Carissa Ann Lynch
The Butcher is back preying on women and the only witness and survivor has locked herself away for her own preservation. Matt, lead Detective on the case, needs help from psychologist Natalie to unlock any secrets that only survivor Hallie may have locked away. With the Butcher on the loose, danger is never far away and the next victim around the corner.
Matt and Natalie work well together but neither put finding the Butcher before Hallie's safety. The sparks fly between the two and Natalie feels safe with him. Both are fierce and protective over the people or situations that are important and giving up is not in their vocabulary.
This was a read that I could sink into and let myself just go along for the ride as secrets and pasts are revealed. Spine tingling good but with just the right amount of sweetness mixed in.
***Reviewed for LBM Book Blog***
Review by J Matthews
July 5, 2016
However, the moments of dialogue shortly after Darryl's digesting of the crime scene were filled with character appreciation -- we learn really quick just how hard and to-the-point Amelia could be, a fact that helped drive her friendship with Kellie, and later, Kellie's need for Amelia's approval of things between herself and Darryl.
The plot, the suspense... it was very well written. The growing relationship between Kellie and Darryl was well written as well. But for the reader who needs noise, the one who needs dialogue... this is a story that has it's slow moments. If you can get past those things, though, the story has it's enjoyable moments and the people are easy to fall for. While not necessary to read book one, it was definitely fun to get to see Matt, Natalie, and Hallie again, and to hear Darryl's thoughts on his once partner, Matt.
*received a copy of the title in exchange for an honest review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this story from start to finish. It made my day off a dramatic one! I can't wait to read the next in the series.Published 1 month ago by Kat venditto
It was a page turner and suspencful. Eventually it became evident who the killer was but it was still a great story.Published 1 month ago by Margaret Hillhouse