Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Review - THE SURVIVING GIRLS by Katee Robert

The Surviving Girls (Hidden Sins #3)
by Katee Robert 

A fierce survivor and a fearless FBI agent battle a copycat serial killer in a gripping thriller from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Katee Robert.

Twelve years ago, Lei Zhang and her friend Emma Nilsson miraculously lived through the notorious Sorority Row Murders that left twenty-one of their sisters dead. Still wrestling with the trauma but finally out of the limelight, Lei and Emma are now devoted to helping other victims find closure. But most disturbing for Lei—beyond the gut-wrenching survivor guilt—is that the killer was her boyfriend. He’s behind bars, but she’ll never lower her guard again.

When a copycat killer targets Lei and Emma, FBI Agent Dante Young is put in charge of anticipating the sociopath’s every move. But what he doesn’t expect is his immediate and overpowering attraction to Lei. The closer they get to each other, the more desperate and terrifying the questions become: Who wants to finish what the killer started—and why?

Now Agent Young vows to protect Lei at all costs. If they have any chance of a future together, first they have to stay alive…

4.5 Stars
by Cheryl Stewart

Lei Zhang and her friend Emma Nilsson have spent over a decade trying to get their life back after living through the sorority row murders, that left 21 of their sisters dead. They devoted their days to helping others victims find closure. Even with the knowledge that the killer is behind bars they still have lingering fear from that night. When a copy cat murder happens very close to their home the FBI is called in to head up the investigation. Dante Young is put in charge of anticipating the unsub’s every move. But what he doesn’t expect is his immediate attraction to Lei. When he discovers that the feelings are mutual, Dante vows to protect Lei at any cost. Their future together depends on it.

I have read all 3 books in this series. Katee does a great job keeping the suspense going, and the reader always wanting to know what is going to happen next.

*** Advanced copy provided in exchange for an honest review.***

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