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Dead Girl Running by Christina Dodd

2 years ago


Have you guys SEEN THIS COVER? I couldn't wait to dive into this beauty!

Huge thank you to @Harlequinpublicityteam @Harlequin for sending my this copy to review! I have been on a thriller kick recently and having loved CD's other novels I was down for this one and OMG it consumed me. If you don't typically read thrillers, this is still one I would recommend. It had complex storylines and characters that were absolutely perfect. The romance/thriller blend in this was perfect! I love romance so OBVIOUSLY I loved that entire part of it. Throw in the suspense part and yep, I was in love with it.

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Synopsis:

I have three confessions to make: 1. I've got the scar of gunshot on my forehead. 2. I don't remember an entire year of my life. 3. My name is Kellen Adams...and that's half a lie. Girl running...from a year she can't remember, from a husband she prays is dead, from homelessness and fear. Tough, capable Kellen Adams takes a job as assistant manager of a remote vacation resort on the North Pacific Coast. There amid the towering storms and the lashing waves, she hopes to find sanctuary. But when she discovers a woman's dead and mutilated body, she's soon trying to keep her own secrets while investigating first one murder...then another. Now every guest and employee is a suspect. Every friendly face a mask. Every kind word a lie. Kellen's driven to defend her job, her friends and the place she's come to call home. Yet she wonders--with the scar of a gunshot on her forehead and amnesia that leaves her unsure of her own past--could the killer be staring her in the face?