Good Little Girls

Good Little Girls

by Rita Herron

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Overview

Fear becomes a woman’s greatest weapon in a heart-pounding novel of suspense from the USA Today bestselling author of Pretty Little Killers.

Tinsley Jensen survived the torturous clutches of an elusive masked killer dubbed the Skull, only to be held hostage by her nightmares. She’s terrified of leaving her cottage on Seahawk Island, knowing that the madman is still out there. FBI special agent Wyatt Camden knows it too. He may have rescued Tinsley, but her captor got away. Now he’s driven by guilt, the need for vengeance, and the desire to protect—at any cost—the woman he’s come to love.

Too paranoid to deal with the police, the media, and her sister, Tinsley finds solace in an online support group. She’s too broken to let even Wyatt into her life. But when the threats against Tinsley escalate and her friend disappears, Tinsley is forced out of her self-imposed seclusion to finally face her fears. Wyatt is the only man she can trust to help her, and to save a killer’s latest catch. Now, Wyatt just wants to finish the job he started.

But that’s all the Skull wants too.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781503902152
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 07/24/2018
Series: Keepers Series , #2
Pages: 318
Sales rank: 927,357
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Rita Herron fell in love with books at the ripe old age of eight, when she read her first Trixie Belden mystery. Twenty years ago, she traded her job as a kindergarten teacher for one as a writer, and she now has more than ninety romance novels to her credit. She loves penning dark romantic suspense tales, especially those set in small Southern towns. Her awards include a Career Achievement Award from RT Book Reviews for her work in series romantic suspense, the National Readers’ Choice Award, and a RITA nomination. She has received rave reviews for the Slaughter Creek novels (Dying to Tell, Her Dying Breath, Worth Dying For, and Dying for Love), her Graveyard Falls novels (All the Beautiful Brides, All the Pretty Faces, and All the Dead Girls), and for Pretty Little Killers, the first book in The Keepers series. Rita is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and a proud mother and grandmother.

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Good Little Girls 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
lhill82125 More than 1 year ago
Wow, I have never read this author before but I can tell you I will read her again for sure! This was such an amazingly intense book that I didn’t want to put it down! If you have never read anything written by Rite Herron I highly recommend that you do. Thanks Rita, great book
TropicalDelusions More than 1 year ago
Good Little Girls – Rita Herron I was fortunate to receive this novel from Netgalley.com as an Advance Reader Copy, in exchange for an objective review. The second installment of “The Keepers” series will have you thirsting for even more!! Tinsley Jensen lives alone in a small cottage by the sea – too afraid to go out, she watches families stroll the beach, longing for freedom from her nightmares, and a family of her own. But Tinsley is the survivor of kidnapping and repeated rape – held for months before she was rescued by FBI agent Wyatt Camden – and her captor, known only as “The Skull”, escaped and is still free. Wyatt, who was almost killed during Tinsley’s rescue, is determined to find her captor and bring him to justice. When strange things start happening at Tinsley’s home, she contacts him, believing that her captor is again close. Wyatt comes to her side and pours his heart and soul into the investigation. Drugged tea, skulls left on her porch, sightings on the beach and a looming anniversary have agents struggling to find her captor and to keep Tinsley safe. Meanwhile, The Keepers, a secret vigilante group of women, are out for justice as well. A well-known rapist, who escaped jail on a technicality and family money, is out on the prowl again. But this time he attacks the wrong person. Both cases collide unexpectedly, as Wyatt attempts to bring a killer to justice! I LOVE this series!! Action, suspense and just enough romance to keep me coming back again and again for more!!
UpAllNightBB More than 1 year ago
4 Stars Review by Amy Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog The second book in The Keepers series is a suspenseful look at a woman dealing with PTSD and agoraphobia. Good Little Girls was my first time reading Rita Herron, and even though it was the second book in the series, it was readable as a standalone. Of course, there is an advantage to reading the first book because it is closely related to the happenings in the second, but the author does a good job of filling in blanks with flashbacks. I didn’t feel as though I was missing much as far as the storyline went, but I am sure building a connection with the characters would be easier if you read the series from the beginning. Tinsley is living in a secluded cabin after being rescued from a demented serial killer. Unfortunately at the end of the first book, he got away, so she spends every day in fear for her life. Tinsley has come to rely heavily on Wyatt, the detective who saved her life. Tinsley begins to see her abductor lurking outside her house, and Wyatt is not sure if its her imagination and fear, or if he is legitimately back and stalking her. Things get more and more tense as the threats steadily increase. Is Tinsley’s life still in danger and will Wyatt be able to crack the case and put the attacker away for good? I am a huge thriller and suspense fan. This book fit the bill. It was dark, terrifying and anxiety-ridden. It had some content that was difficult to read, and had plenty of surprise twists. There were some romantical emotions thrown in, and plenty of turmoil and secrets. This book legitimately covered the range of emotions. While I felt the book had a steady pace and kept me pushing through to the end, there was something about the way it ended that felt just a little too easy. There were twists, but everything seemed to fall into place in a way that felt a little deflating after all the build up. I still really enjoyed it and would recommend it, but for that reason, I lowered my rating by one star. Still a solid 4 star read, this one is worth picking up.
Deb-Krenzer More than 1 year ago
This was a different kind of book for me and a new author. A story where Wyatt (the cop) finds Tinsley after she had been abducted and held prisoner by someone named "Skull". Wyatt is able to get Tinsley away, however, Skull is not to be found. The book definitely held my attention and had me ripping through those pages hoping that Tinsley gets over her fear of "Skull" and that Skull is not able to find her and abduct her again. The book pretty much kept me riveted and mesmerized until near the end. I definitely could have done without the bedroom scene. I mean, it's a thriller, and I have to sit through pages of bedroom behavior because the characters want to screw? There is no sexual action (other than the deviant sexual action going on while Tinsley was abducted) until the very end. Definitely put in there to appease someone. However, that someone is not me. Could have definitely done without the 20 or so pages of the bedroom scenes. Thanks to Montlake Romance, Lake Union Publishing and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.
CharlotteLynnsReviews More than 1 year ago
This is the story of Tinsley and the Skull. The Skull kidnapped Tinsley leaving her with panic attacks and unable to leave her cottage on the beach. The anniversary of her kidnapping is approaching and the Skull wants her back. I love that the detective that saved her in the first book is still around and still protecting her. With each panic attack, he comes to her rescue and never makes her feel bad about it. He respects her boundaries, he holds her when she needs it and listens to her talk. There was a simmering attraction between them that intrigued me. I was definitely cheering for them to come together or at least spend more time together. While the story focuses on Tinsley, the secondary characters got storylines also. Their stories were just as suspenseful as the main story and I am hoping that there could be more of them in future books in this series. Rita Herron has made The Keepers a MUST-READ series for me. I recommend starting with book one and just keep on reading.
CrazyCat_Alex More than 1 year ago
Rita Herron can write stories.... And this one is prove of that. Just like in the first book of The Keepers series this one was amazing. Cat is in the psychiatric facility for the murders she committed in the name of The Keepers. But that doesn't mean she can be silenced. Tinsley is a prisoner in her own beach house after the month held in captive by The Skull, a notorious psychopath. Her sister Carrie Ann is facing some demons of her own and tries with all her might to make things right with Tinsley. But then everything goes wrong and Tinsley's life is in danger, once again. But hopefully Wyatt Camden, FBI special agent, can make things right and, maybe win the heart of Tinsley. And boy, did I not like Marilyn Ellis! There is something going on with her, making my skin crawl. But I just can't figure her out. Loved the story and can wait for the next book. And, of course, I highly recommend the series!