If You Know Her

If You Know Her

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If You Know Her by Shiloh Walker, Cris Dukehart

Nia Hollister doesn't scare easily. She's returned to Ash, Kentucky, with a vengeance-and with a mission: find the killer who brutally ended her cousin's life. What she didn't count on was trembling with desire every time she sees Law Reilly. If any man can help her escape the nightmares for a while, it's him. But can she allow herself to take comfort in those strong arms when her cousin's killer still roams free?She may think she's a bad ass, but she should not have come back to his town. He is watching her-as she slips into Law Reilly's house, as she storms into the sheriff's office. These men won't be able to protect her when her time comes. Timing is everything, though he can't wait forever. She's nosing around the woods, looking for his hiding place. Yes, he's watching her . . . through the window . . . in her bed . . . If she's not scared, she should be . . . because he is very good at what he does.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781452637419
Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc.
Publication date: 05/21/2012
Series: Ash Trilogy Series , #3
Edition description: Library - Unabridged CD
Product dimensions: 6.80(w) x 6.50(h) x 1.00(d)

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Cris Dukehart is an award-winning storyteller who has narrated books in a wide variety of genres, from romance and science fiction to children's literature and autobiography. She can also be heard in commercials, e-learning projects, and corporate narrations.

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If You Know Her 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beverly_D More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars. Very satisfying conclusion to this trilogy; guessing (though you can't unring a bell, and I can't UNread the two previous books) it would work fine as a standalone. Nia Hollister, heroine of this book and close-as-sisters cousin to the serial killer murder victim in the first book, is bi-racial. Kudos to the author for making a person of color the co-lead; however, besides an occasional description of skin tone, that's not really used. There are no cultural indications (music, reading, etc.) or interior thoughts Nia is any different from the people in this small Kentucky town, population about 8600. She's super-tall, thin, rides a motorcycle and she's bi-racial - but EVERYONE in the town is most concerned with her being an outsider? IMO, the author missed a golden opportunity for someone to make a racial slur, and the villain to call him/her on it, for example. If the town is well-integrated and everybody gets along (it could happen, I'd like to think), this has not been well-established in this or in the other books. Law Reilly, who was introduced in earlier books, is truly a hero and deserves the hot woman of his fantasies; he's also too much of a gentleman to take advantage of her when they are both drunk. Kudos to the author on that, AND on the consistent use of condoms. I loved the way few characters in this were naive or dumb; from Ezra King, now the Sheriff, to the bad guy (who yes, I did have pegged from the first novel onward) to Nia and Law, the characters are all smart, sexy people. Some loose ends remain loose: why did the bad guy who tried to kill Hope in book #2 develop a fondness for her here; whatever happened to the arsonist Jennings kid sent to the mental institution on book #2? Plenty of red herrings and hot smexy love scenes throughout the series and in this book, and in the end, the bad guy bites it, the good guys win, and the heroes and heroines get their Happily Ever After.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Each of the series Walker writes are amazing.
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Great book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fantastic book, a real page turner
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Great series
Judy_F More than 1 year ago
If You Know Her by Shiloh Walker concludes her thrilling and suspenseful trilogy. Nia Hollister came to Ash, KY to find out what happened to her beloved cousin Joely. Joely was like a sister to Nia and her sudden and gruesome death has her reeling. Nia decides to stay and further look into Joely’s death. Even though a killer has been named and killed, something is just not adding up. Law Reilly has made his home in Ash, KY. His solitary writer’s life is perfect for the quiet and peaceful town. It was that way until people started to die. His first meeting with Nia was at gunpoint and made him aware of her strength and conviction. Law comes to know the real woman and wants to protect her. Law and Nia join forces to find out who the real killer is but this new found team may set the killer after them. As the danger escalates Law and Nia find something that neither was looking for, can they survive the killer and find an everlasting love? This series is exceptional, it keep you enthralled and on your toes. Law and Nia are well written characters and their attraction is tantalizing. Shiloh Walker’s romantic suspense books are ones to watch for and enjoy.
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SugarNSpice1 More than 1 year ago
We pick up 6 months after Jolene Hollister's death with her cousin Nia still not over her cousins death and doesn’t feel closure even with what happened at the end of the 2nd book. Then we go into the killers head and find out about his first kill and how it came about. Interesting for me the author made it look like if his first love hadn’t goaded him to get rough with her while having sex he may not have found out he had a taste for killing in that manner. The killer at Ezra and Lena's wedding reception well known to others but we still don’t know "who" he is. Some clues are given but still not quite enough. Nia decides after looking over cases where women were raped and killed and finding a tiny thread that is similar to Jolene's case that she needs to go back to Ash. Once there she meets with the new sheriff who is Ezra King. It’s in talking to him she finds another eerie similarity that we the readers knew from the first book that Jolene and Lena are dead ringers for each other. Law had been a lost soul since the attack and his old love Lena getting married and Hope now with Remy. When he sees Nia coming out of the Sheriff's ofc he doesn’t understand why he suddenly feels alive when he see's Nia but is beginning to think he is tired of fighting whatever he is feeling for her. Nia too feels that spark but feels it would be a betrayal to her cousin if she gives in and has a night of pleasure with Law. But that doesn’t last long... Nia has also come under the radar of the killer who is wondering what she is going back in Ash. He has no beef with her if she's leaves but if she stays and keeps digging..... From here Nia and Law get alot closer. In one of their conversation about Nia investigating on her own by going out into the woods where Lena heard the screams Law realizes he has an old map of underground tunnels. Ezra, Nia and Law go in to see if they can find them. What they find gives Law nightmares. From here things start to progress. The killer knows his hideout has been found and starts putting into motion a plan he had all along should this happen. It’s during this that we finally get to find out who the killer is. For the climactic scene all the couples from all three books are involved. The women actually bond together and have to save themselves. Reading this series has been an incredible journey. We got to meet 3 couples who all had their stories continued through out all 3 books. We scratched out heads thought out the first two books wondering who the killer was. I was very excited and rubbing my hand together when the killer was finally made known but I was also sad as I read the last words knowing that the series was at an end.
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I couldn't put it down...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy most of the books that Shiloh Walker writes. This whole series was not my favorite. All the books dragged at times and the romance didn't do it for me. If You Know Her is the last in the trilogy and it did wrap up all the pieces just fine. I found Nia, the leading lady, to be very unlikeable and it bothered me that she did some really dumb things. I would not tell anyone to go run out and buy this book but it is not terrible either. If you've never read Shiloh Walker's books before start with some of her others, most are excellent.
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This 3rd book wasn't as good as the first one in the trilogy but thankfully it wasn't as emotionally draining like the emotional therapy manual 2nd book. Law was strong and knew what he wanted and he wanted Nina. Nina was hardheaded and sometimes not very likeable but in the end redeemed herself. The sex scenes were good and the author was able to build a well written book. The only problem is Nina's attitude once in a while. At one point the phrase lept to mind 'to stupid to live' and I was hoping the serial killer got her. Of course the serial killer wouldn't kill her but I kept thinking she needed to learn some self preservation or some common sense. Overall, I would recommend. 1st book in the trilogy is the best though but in this 3rd, it all comes together. (Didn't care for the nurse in the end though. Could have left that part out)
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Gina_D More than 1 year ago
I think this is my favorite of the Trilogy, it brings everyone and everything together and the suspence ramps up until suddenly you have it and you're right there solving the mystery with them. Law is my favorite hero and I couldn't put it down until I found out what happened!
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potatohead More than 1 year ago
I have just started reading this author and this series was not my favorite. I think the plot of the whole triolgy is a little weak and compared with other books by this author that I've already read, this one was just not my favorite.