Hope for the best. Plan for the worst.It’s a shame when those are the words you must live by.
When you were raised by an insane mother.
When both of your friends died on January 21st at 8 pm exactly one year apart.
When you know that you’re next, there are only four days left, and no where to turn.
I have a question to ask… if you knew that your time was almost at an end, what would you do?
Would you run and hide. Or, would you fix the wrongs that you see around you every day?
Would the legality matter? Or, would the victims matter more?
Terrifying. Awesome. I couldn’t put it down. I completely devoured it on my flight across the country.
I have this love-hate relationship with this series. I always get so frustrated that I’m not spot no when I guess who the perpetrator will be… but I can’t wait to find out!
This book is not completely YA friendly. It would be but for a picturesque view of how kids online game sites are bring abused by perpetrators and pedophiles you need to grab a copy – this isn’t fiction!
|Series:||Detective D.D. Warren||#6|
The Neighbor, 3
Live to Tell, 4
Love You More, 5
Catch Me, 6
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