NO - Book 3
Isabelle Carson and Grant Kent share a tragic past. Years later, they are together again after Isabelle sends a warning message to Grant. When Isabelle’s childhood friends begin dying from an apparent suicide, she knows there is a connection to their past and that she is on a killers list also. Being a Delta Force vet, Grant knows something is wrong in Isabelle’s life and decides to return to his hometown of bad memories. Their past ties them together but it’s the tangled emotions between them that bind them in danger now. The deadly threat keeps them together for now, but their lives are moving in different directions and stopping a killer may not be as hard as it will be if they have to say goodbye.
Shannon K. Butcher has penned an electrifying novel that will leave your pulse pounding with the intense plot and the heart wrenching emotions from the characters. Not only are you pulled into the twisted mind of a killer, but also you are enraptured by the emotions from Isabelle and Grant that will touch your heart with their pain and passion. No Escape is a great thriller and one that I enjoyed reading from start to finish in which passion and intrigue makes this a spine-chillingly good read. Enjoy!
Book Blurb for No Escape
Teacher Isabelle Carson is grief-stricken, angry, and scared. Three of her childhood friends have died. The police say they're suicides, but Isabelle knows they would never, ever take their own lives. Her past binds her to every victim, and she knows it's only a matter of time before the killer comes after her. Only one man can help her now, the only man she's ever trusted, the man who saved her so long ago...
For Grant Kent, Delta Force vet, just being near Isabelle brings back old memories and desires, and stirs longings he'd rather deny. Yet he can't ignore the real terror in her eyes, or resist the thought of holding her again. But even as their friendship begins to blossom into a passionate affair, a killer continues his deadly rampage and plots his next move: the "suicide" of Isabelle Carson.
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