This was very well written and I breezed through it as I was anxious to see what happened. The story centers around a woman named Eve who has just had a heart transplant. What she doesn't know right away is that her new heart belonged to a serial killer who preyed on women cheating on their husbands. And as it turns out, the killer was then murdered before law enforcement could find the man's latest victim. Amanda was the wife of Andrew, an ambitious journalist who had been writing about the serial killer for ten years. The serial killer picked one woman a year and this time he singled out Amanda. It's up to Detectives Cooper and Quinn to not only solve the serial killer's murder but also to find the missing Amanda, should she be alive or dead. Because there's a chance she could still be living, they are in a race against time.
Meanwhile, Eve, in the hospital after her transplant, is having strange dreams about an elusive woman she is sure is in danger. Then Andrew visits her and reveals whose heart she has and the fact his wife is missing. He talks to her about cellular memories. In other words, he believes she might be able to help find Amanda because some of her memories belong to his wife's abductor.
Sounds complicated but it was very easy to follow the characters and the action as it took place. The only reason for the four star rating is that I thought the ending just a tad bit over the top, like the author went a trifle too far in order to further sensationalize it. This didn't detract any from the book's enjoyment and I would still recommend it if you're in the market for a good thriller.