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Kill Me Again (Secrets of Shadow Falls Series #2)

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  • Posted July 7, 2010

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    readers will fully enjoy this tense thriller

    In Shadow Falls, Vermont two joy riding teenagers Samuel Overton and Kyle Becker find a wounded man in a field. He is rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment, but has no idea who he is as he suffers from amnesia due to his trauma.

    He did carry a business card of English professor Olivia Dupree in his pocket so the police call her to come to the hospital to see if she can identify him. Olivia cannot, but wonders if the amnesiac could be reclusive author Aaron Westhaven, whom she was to meet for the first time. They share a philosophy that life is a string of disappointments that is best run alone. After leaving the ailing hunk at the hospital, someone attacks Olivia in her home; more frightening is the name she hears, a name she has not heard anyone call her in sixteen years. Olivia and the man with no memory flee as unknown adversaries stalk them though she wonders if it is her or his past that has them on the run.

    Though amnesia is an anciently used technique, Maggie Shayne turns it into a strong feature of the latest Secrets of Shadow Falls romantic suspense (see Killing Me Softly and Kiss Me, Kill Me). Fast-paced from the moment the lead couple meets in the hospital and never slowing down, readers will wonder whose past has caught up with the protagonists. With a super twist, readers will fully enjoy this tense thriller.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2013

    Vizen

    Yea. But...it doesnt feel right...shesight...igtgtb bbt

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  • Posted August 14, 2013

    Loved it! another great from Maggie!!

    Loved it! another great from Maggie!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2012

    Hey

    You realize this is ShadowClan hunting territory as well?

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  • Posted February 20, 2012

    Not What I Expected

    If you read my review for book one, Killing Me Softly, I state the reason I picked up this one is because I couldn't wait to continue Dawn's story. If you picked this one up for the same reason, be forewarned: this story has nothing to do with Dawn. She is merely mentioned in passing in the story. Bryan Kendall is a brief character here as well. That being said, this is Sarah/Olivia's story. It deals with her past that has finally caught up to her and with her falling in love with a mysterious man she mistakenly takes for her favorite author (whom she had invited to speak at her university) who, after being shot in the head, is suffering from amnesia. The best part of this book I must say is Freddie, her large but lovable Mastiff that is a key player in unlocking the mystery of who the man Olivia loves really is, why he's come to Shadow Falls, and who's behind the plot to kill them both. Not as fast paced as book one but a good weekend read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2011

    Great Author!

    I have been reading the series and love them. Hope there are more!

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  • Posted February 5, 2011

    Each book gets bettervand better .

    THE FIRST BOOK I READ WAS GOOD, THE NEXT WAS BETTER, THE TRIOLGY IS GREAT

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  • Posted September 15, 2010

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    Page Turner

    I have read a couple of Maggie Shayne's books in the Shadow series, and although a bit predictable (hence the rating), I found them enjoyable, and look forward to reading more works from this author. I have recently gone from a paranormal romance reader to the psychological thriller romance reader - which is hard to find - and I think these books fit that profile quite nicely. If you like that kind of stuff - these books will be adequate enough to quench that thirst... ;O)

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