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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 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.


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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 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.

30 review for Good Little Girls

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carrie

    Good Little Girls by Rita Herron is the second novel in the romantic suspense The Keepers series. This series is a little different than most in the fact that the story has carried over from the first book but yet the main characters have changed. Ideally the series is best enjoyed starting from the beginning to get the ongoing story. Tinsley Jensen was one of the victims of the serial killer known as the Skull and she was the only surviving hostage. Rescued by FBI agent Wyatt Camden Tinsley has Good Little Girls by Rita Herron is the second novel in the romantic suspense The Keepers series. This series is a little different than most in the fact that the story has carried over from the first book but yet the main characters have changed. Ideally the series is best enjoyed starting from the beginning to get the ongoing story. Tinsley Jensen was one of the victims of the serial killer known as the Skull and she was the only surviving hostage. Rescued by FBI agent Wyatt Camden Tinsley has still been living in fear that the Skull is going to return to finish what he started and she spends all her time locked in her cottage on Seahawk Island. One night Tinsley is alone at her cottage when she thinks she sees someone outside and begins to have a panic attack. The more Tinsley tries to convince herself she is strong and can fight back the worse the attack becomes so she calls Wyatt for help. When evidence shows up nearby looking as if the killer is back Wyatt vows that this time he will protect Tinsley and keep her safe while catching the killer. This second installment of The Keepers series felt even more intense than the first. The story not only includes chasing the killer in question but there is vigilante justice going on with a group known as the Keepers so there’s always some action. And the fact that I bonded better with Tinsley and Wyatt than I had with the previous leads probably helped my enjoyment more. It was horrific hearing what Tinsley had gone through so I immediately felt for her and wanted her protected. The ending left room for the series to continue and I’ll definitely look for book three. I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley. For more reviews please visit https://carriesbookreviews.com/

  2. 4 out of 5

    Melanie (mells_view)

    Rita Herron is slowly winning my heart with this suspenseful series. It is filled to the brim with suspense, a bit of blood, strong women fighting back, enough romance/sweet sexual tension to keep it interesting, and to top it all of it’s emotional and heartfelt. In Good Little Girls we mainly follow Tinsley, Wyatt, and The Skull. We were introduced to these characters in book one, and I’m so glad we got their story. It’s a terrible and sad story at times, but the ending is PERFECT and exactly wh Rita Herron is slowly winning my heart with this suspenseful series. It is filled to the brim with suspense, a bit of blood, strong women fighting back, enough romance/sweet sexual tension to keep it interesting, and to top it all of it’s emotional and heartfelt. In Good Little Girls we mainly follow Tinsley, Wyatt, and The Skull. We were introduced to these characters in book one, and I’m so glad we got their story. It’s a terrible and sad story at times, but the ending is PERFECT and exactly what the characters deserve. But that isn’t all. Herron makes sure that the side characters have stories of their own. The MC’s from book one get a little update, and what I’m hoping are future MC’s get layers added to their stories. Characters that have been hard to love this far, but are still so dang intriguing. Loved Good Little Girls, and cant wait to see what else is to come from this series! *ARC provided by NetGalley.*

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jonetta

    Tinsley Jensen suffers from agoraphobia, and rightly so. She was abducted, sexually violated and systematically tortured by a psychopath called the Skull for months until she was rescued by FBI Agent Wyatt Camden. He was severely injured in the process and the Skull escaped. Now that Wyatt has returned from medical leave, he’s determined to find Tinsley’s tormentor to release her from the emotional bondage that still overwhelms her. This is a pretty disturbing story as Tinsley was horribly abuse Tinsley Jensen suffers from agoraphobia, and rightly so. She was abducted, sexually violated and systematically tortured by a psychopath called the Skull for months until she was rescued by FBI Agent Wyatt Camden. He was severely injured in the process and the Skull escaped. Now that Wyatt has returned from medical leave, he’s determined to find Tinsley’s tormentor to release her from the emotional bondage that still overwhelms her. This is a pretty disturbing story as Tinsley was horribly abused and is gripped with fear that she will be recaptured by her former tormentor whose face she never saw. It was so easy to identify with her fear as it was grounded in reality. There’s evidence she’s being stalked in her home and Wyatt never doubts her sightings as he understands her trauma. As we know from the first book, members of The Keepers, a vigilante group, are still out there, identities also unknown. There’s a lot going on, almost too much, that muddles the primary plot line at times. And, the author takes no prisoners so none of the characters are sacred or safe. I liked the story, especially the narrator who I’ve enjoyed in the past. She is great at character distinction and storytelling. There were times when I had to seriously suspend belief as I know the FBI to be better skilled than they showed up here. Even so, this was a tightly woven plot with a lot of threads pulled, keeping it interesting and suspenseful. The exciting climax was commensurate with the heinous nature of the villain, meeting my expectations. I’m ready for the next book because there’s still more to this story. 3.5 stars (I received an advance copy from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lou

    As I loved "Pretty Little Killers" the first book in "The Keepers" series, I couldn't wait to get my paws on this, the second book in the series and I am fast becoming a Rita Herron fan! "Good Little Girls" is brimming with suspense and tense situations, blood, murder, revenge and Herron even managed to fit in some romance which I usually don't enjoy but I didn't mind it within the context of the book. This was quite an emotional read, I certainly wasn't expecting it to be from the synopsis but As I loved "Pretty Little Killers" the first book in "The Keepers" series, I couldn't wait to get my paws on this, the second book in the series and I am fast becoming a Rita Herron fan! "Good Little Girls" is brimming with suspense and tense situations, blood, murder, revenge and Herron even managed to fit in some romance which I usually don't enjoy but I didn't mind it within the context of the book. This was quite an emotional read, I certainly wasn't expecting it to be from the synopsis but it suited the story well. We become reacquainted with the characters from the first book - Tinsley Jensen, Wyatt Camden and The Skull. I loved the conclusion and I found that Herron did something that is quite unusual - she gave the minor characters backstories too, not just the major ones. They aren't exactly likable in nature but they are interesting and you can't help but be intrigued by them. I look forward to more character development in future books. Hopefully, they either become easier to admire or Herron fills us in on the reasons behind their behaviour. It's a dark and fascinating story that will stay with you long after you turn the final page. The book explores the legal world and the technicalities that can mean that the most monstrous criminals are free to roam, as a law graduate this aspect really appealed to me. There are certainly parallels to real life and the book touches on vigilantism and what humanity should/would do if criminals play the legal system to their advantage. Many thanks to Lake Union Publishing for an ARC. I was not required to post a review and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Good Little Girls was a fantastic read with an intriguing suspense plot and a wonderful slow burn romance. Tinsley Jensen barely survived her capture by the masked killer known as the Skull only to live in fear of when he would return for her. Unable to leave her cottage on Seahawk Island, Tinsley turns to an online support group for comfort. But when Tinsley begins to receive threats that make it clear the Skull is back, the one person she can turn to is Wyatt Camden, the FBI agent who rescued h Good Little Girls was a fantastic read with an intriguing suspense plot and a wonderful slow burn romance. Tinsley Jensen barely survived her capture by the masked killer known as the Skull only to live in fear of when he would return for her. Unable to leave her cottage on Seahawk Island, Tinsley turns to an online support group for comfort. But when Tinsley begins to receive threats that make it clear the Skull is back, the one person she can turn to is Wyatt Camden, the FBI agent who rescued her. After one of her friends disappears at the hands of the Skull, Tinsley is forced to face what happened to her if they’re going to save her in time. Tinsley has dealt with extreme anxiety and agoraphobia since her kidnapping by the Skull the previous year. She wants to be stronger and take control of her life again but simply doesn’t know how to do so with the threat of her attacker still being out there. The one person who she can feel safe with is Wyatt and she relies on him quite a bit after the vigilante killer in Pretty Little Killers pulled her into the spotlight again. Wyatt gives everything he has for his job and struggles with how to have more in his life when he feels he needs to focus on the work he does. He feels a lot of guilt over not saving Tinsley before she endured so much at the hands of her kidnapper. Despite the fact he almost died during her rescue, he feels like he should have done more. Tinsley and Wyatt have a slow burn romance that takes most of the book to come to pass. I loved watching them slowly fall for each other despite their walls and without realizing the other one was feeling the same way. While I generally like my romances explicit with frequent sex scenes, there’s something to be said about watching two people fall for each other with little to no physical contact. At the end of the book though we do get one fantastic scene between the two of them and I absolutely loved it. The plot with the Skull was really interesting and I enjoyed learning his backstory and how he chose Tinsley. Hearing what he did to Tinsley was incredibly difficult, so fair warning to those who have difficulty reading about rape and sexual assault. He’s definitely messed up and I found myself rooting for the Keepers to take him out and enact justice. The Keepers definitely played a smaller role in this book than the first one, but they were still there lurking in the background intent on enacting justice. There are a few threads left open in this book that I’m curious to see where they’ll go if there are more books in the series. Good Little Girls was just as good as the first book in The Keepers series and I hope there will be more books coming out in the series in the future. I highly recommend this series if you’re in the mood for some great romantic suspense. **I received an advance copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.**

  6. 5 out of 5

    ♥ WishfulMiss ♥

    The suspense and creep factor about a deranged serial killer was definitely present in this read. The Skull was top level crazy and straight up evil! If I was to rate this based solely on the suspense/investigative part, this would have rated a bit higher. What didn't really work for me was the romance between Tinsley and Wyatt. I felt it needed a bit more page time to mature. It felt really rushed considering Tinsley couldn’t even stomach a pat on the back from Wyatt in the beginning, she doesn The suspense and creep factor about a deranged serial killer was definitely present in this read. The Skull was top level crazy and straight up evil! If I was to rate this based solely on the suspense/investigative part, this would have rated a bit higher. What didn't really work for me was the romance between Tinsley and Wyatt. I felt it needed a bit more page time to mature. It felt really rushed considering Tinsley couldn’t even stomach a pat on the back from Wyatt in the beginning, she doesn't show a spark of awareness/attraction on her part upon seeing him again after almost a year, and on top of that, there was very little one-on-one interaction between them. In the end the little chemistry they had fizzled out and their jump into a physical relationship felt like it came out of nowhere. I don't mind a mystery/suspense read that has the romance secondary to the story but but I do need to feel some connection and chemistry between the MCs. Quick Summary: Tinsley was tortured and abused by a sadistic killer for months and has the physical and emotional scars she struggles with everyday. She was able to escape, and is the only one of his victims to survive his torture chamber. But her fear of his return has pretty much caged her inside the four walls of her home and she battles anxiety and crippling fear so strongly that she can’t function around others, including her sister. When killings similar to her case make the headlines and she is taunted by the madman, Tinsley knows he’s living up to his promise to come back for her. Tired of her lonely existence, Tinsley decides it’s time she fight back. The story immediately opens up with a few different POVs which got a bit jarring at times. There was just so many people to keep track of. Some that made recurring appearances and others that just popped in and out at random. The suspense part was solid but the investigation to find the killer’s identity and whereabouts was a bit anit-climatic since he didn’t seem to be trying that hard to conceal himself. As for Tinsley and Wyatt, maybe it's because I didn't read the first book and so might have missed their initial connection, but the romance never found a solid footing for me. Their relationship felt like a knee jerk reaction rather than an act of love and felt awkward at times. Would I recommend? I was hoping to find a mystery suspense story with a bit more romance thrown in when I picked this one up. Think: Mary Burton. It didn’t quiet measure up, in the end the romance was scarce and the multi-layered investigation from various points of view overshadowed the MCs. But if you like less romance and more dark suspense, this one will be worth a read. * * * ARC provided for an honest review * * * I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. SAFETY INFO: (view spoiler)[ Ages : Ages aren’t specifically mentioned but Wyatt states Tinsley is in her late twenties and Wyatt is in his late 20s or early 30’s. Cheating : None. OM/OW drama : None. Separation : They’ve known about each other for a year but haven't seen each other since the events of book one. Because of her traumatic past, h has remained celibate. H hasn’t dated or been with OP since meeting the h. Push/Pull : Tinsley does push Wyatt away and doesn’t seek him out until pretty late into the book. It was her lack of any emotional connection to Wyatt that made it hard to believe her complete turn around when it came to the physical/intimate part of their relationship. Main Pursuer of relationship : Wyatt was the main pursuer. Triggers : rape, sexual abuse, torture (experienced through present time – on page, and past tense, through h’s memories), suicide (on page, past tense) incest (off-page), violence and murder (on and off page), infertility (h – after the abuse the h suffered during her captivity, she can no longer have children) HEA/HFN :Ends on HFN, no epilogue. (hide spoiler)]

  7. 4 out of 5

    Yellagirlgc

    Tinsley rescues animals and helps find them forever homes. Untik she's abducted by the Skull. A serial killer that scarred her mind, body and soul. Thanks to FBI agent Wyatt she's free. Her rapist is still on the loose and he wants her back. There's also a vigilante group killing rapist and murderers called the Keepers. I felt really bad for Tinsley to be freed but still imprisoned. I cant imagine the fear she lived with. The author does a great job of making her and Wyatt real and likable. I fin Tinsley rescues animals and helps find them forever homes. Untik she's abducted by the Skull. A serial killer that scarred her mind, body and soul. Thanks to FBI agent Wyatt she's free. Her rapist is still on the loose and he wants her back. There's also a vigilante group killing rapist and murderers called the Keepers. I felt really bad for Tinsley to be freed but still imprisoned. I cant imagine the fear she lived with. The author does a great job of making her and Wyatt real and likable. I finished reading this in a few hours. It was that good.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Whew.. Now that was a suspenseful book... If I suffered from anxiety I'd need a pill after that.. FYI.. This is NOT a standalone book. You need to have read the first one. Man where to start.. Tinsley Jensen is the sole survivor of the serial killer known as the Skull. Since her escape she has been a shut in from fear since he escaped capture. FBI Agent Wyatt Camden was one of the agents that was on her case when she went missing and was the one that rescued her but was almost gravely injured by Whew.. Now that was a suspenseful book... If I suffered from anxiety I'd need a pill after that.. FYI.. This is NOT a standalone book. You need to have read the first one. Man where to start.. Tinsley Jensen is the sole survivor of the serial killer known as the Skull. Since her escape she has been a shut in from fear since he escaped capture. FBI Agent Wyatt Camden was one of the agents that was on her case when she went missing and was the one that rescued her but was almost gravely injured by the Skull. Now fully recovered he still feels a sense of guilt that they were unable to capture the Skull and keeps in close contact with Tinsley even though she skittish around people, especially men. The 1st anniversary of when Tinsley was taken is coming up and everyone is on edge knowing that the Skull is probably going to come back and take her. This right here is when your anxiety levels start going up.. Not going to give too much away but the author did a spectacular job with the build up that was also accompanied by other side plots that were just as thrilling. I cannot wait to see what's next in this insane series..

  9. 5 out of 5

    Caitlyn Lynch

    A terrifying psychological thriller with a romance wrapped up at the heart of it, Good Little Girls isn’t a read for the faint-hearted. It tells the story of Tinsley, the only surviving victim of the Skull, a serial killer who liked to keep his victims as sex slaves, in some cases for months, before finally killing them. Tinsley got away thanks to Wyatt, an FBI agent on her case, but the Skull remains at large. Unable to leave her home due to crippling agoraphobia, when strange things start happe A terrifying psychological thriller with a romance wrapped up at the heart of it, Good Little Girls isn’t a read for the faint-hearted. It tells the story of Tinsley, the only surviving victim of the Skull, a serial killer who liked to keep his victims as sex slaves, in some cases for months, before finally killing them. Tinsley got away thanks to Wyatt, an FBI agent on her case, but the Skull remains at large. Unable to leave her home due to crippling agoraphobia, when strange things start happening and skulls are left on her porch, Tinsley is driven to near panic. Wyatt is one of very few people she trusts, but he can’t be with her at all times, especially since the female vigilantes known as the Keepers have struck again, killing a notorious rapist who walked free on a technicality. Rita Herron pulls no punches with her descriptions; the rapes and abuse Tinsley suffered are detailed pretty graphically and could be extremely triggering. There’s also animal cruelty, child abuse and murder, all described in what I’d call clinical detail. Not in the least titillating, it’s more a delve into the minds of victims of violent sex crimes which, for me at least, goes a little too deep to call it a romantic suspense, one of the categories it’s listed in. It’s a crime thriller with a side of romance, and if you’re considering this because it’s a highly rated romantic suspense you might want to have a rethink in light of the graphic violence and abuse. I LIKE crime thrillers, even true crime, and it was a bit much for me despite being very well written and realistic. Too much so, I think. Even true crime doesn’t delve that deeply into the psyches of the victims. I’m giving it four stars. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for review through NetGalley.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Literati Literature Lovers

    Gritty and Dark 3.5 Stars This book wasn’t an easy read, as it deals with death, rape, torture, animal abuse and the perverted psychosis of a serial killer. This is book two in The Keepers series which deals with vigilante justice in Savannah and the surrounding area. In book one the ramifications of hunting for the murder the Skull was the back story for the hero and heroine. In this book the Skull’s last victim and only survivor Tinsley is being targeted and the FBI agent Wyatt Camden the agen Gritty and Dark 3.5 Stars This book wasn’t an easy read, as it deals with death, rape, torture, animal abuse and the perverted psychosis of a serial killer. This is book two in The Keepers series which deals with vigilante justice in Savannah and the surrounding area. In book one the ramifications of hunting for the murder the Skull was the back story for the hero and heroine. In this book the Skull’s last victim and only survivor Tinsley is being targeted and the FBI agent Wyatt Camden the agent who saved her from the Skull, is still on the case. The book is gripping and chapter twenty six is cringe worthy as it goes into the sexual sadism that propels the killer. The details deal with his sexual feelings towards his mother. Honestly this chapter could have been omitted but it does underscore his depravity and that even of his father. This made the book a very dark read and it was extremely chilling at points. The book was very well written up until the end of the book, where the author fast forwarded into the intimate relationship between Wyatt and Tinsley. The ending felt rushed and tacked on so that resulted in me taking a star off the rating. It was as if Tinsley became a totally different person in the last five percent of the book, which left me scratching my head. Which removed star ratings from the book. The vigilantism is still in the book, but takes a back seat to the hunt for the Skull. The author also set up a new mystery in this book that I assume will be dealt with in book three. I read this book via kindle unlimited and do plan to read the rest of the series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Anne - Books of My Heart

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Review copy was received from Publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I discovered this series this spring with Pretty Little Killers, the first in The Keepers series .  I chose it since it is a favorite genre of romantic suspense with an FBI team.  It had Hatcher and Korine as a temporary team since Wyatt was on medical leave.  I loved the case aspect and the narration in Pretty Little Ki This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Review copy was received from Publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I discovered this series this spring with Pretty Little Killers, the first in The Keepers series .  I chose it since it is a favorite genre of romantic suspense with an FBI team.  It had Hatcher and Korine as a temporary team since Wyatt was on medical leave.  I loved the case aspect and the narration in Pretty Little Killers. I wasn't sure where things would go in Good Little Girls.  The setting is 11 months later.  Hatcher and Korine are married and expecting a baby.  Wyatt is back teamed up with Hatcher. I wasn't a big fan of Hatcher, so I was happy  the focus here was Wyatt and the victim Tinsley. Tinsley has been hiding out since she escaped the Skull.  She has not left the cottage. Tinsley pushed away her sister because she is afraid it will make her sister a target. She continues her blog where woman share their stories and feelings.  The one-year anniversary of her abduction is coming up and the Skull is stalking her again. The mystery of who is the Skull continues with a suspenseful, twisty path. The Keepers, the vigilantes who take down male abusers / rapists continues, even though one of them was arrested in the last book.  Even so,  I enjoyed the tense situation as the FBI works the cases and events unfold. While I thought the romance of Hatcher and Korine was rather fast and unrealistic, the slow build of Wyatt and Tinsley felt real.  It looks like there will be more in the series with the next book,  being about Marilyn Ellis, the news reporter. Narration: For Pretty Little Killers, I really enjoyed Andi Arndt with the bit of Southern lilt she gave to the performance.  I had to listen at a 1.0 speed or it sounded wrong.   For Good Little Girls, it was a new to me narrator, Shannon McManus. I was able to listen at my normal 1.25 speed. With a setting near Savannah, GA there could have been more of a drawl.  I enjoyed both her male and female voices with her performance adding to emotional impact of the story. Listen to a clip here :  

  12. 5 out of 5

    Vikki Vaught

    Thanks goes to the publisher, via Net-Galley, for the chance to read and review this outstanding book. My opinions are my own and are not influenced in any way. What a great book! I thoroughly enjoyed this new exciting book by Ms. Herron. The characters are intriguing, the plot is gripping. I always know I'm in for a treat with one of Ms. Herron's romantic thrillers. If you are looking for a book that will grab you from the first page and keep you held in its thrall until the last word, then you w Thanks goes to the publisher, via Net-Galley, for the chance to read and review this outstanding book. My opinions are my own and are not influenced in any way. What a great book! I thoroughly enjoyed this new exciting book by Ms. Herron. The characters are intriguing, the plot is gripping. I always know I'm in for a treat with one of Ms. Herron's romantic thrillers. If you are looking for a book that will grab you from the first page and keep you held in its thrall until the last word, then you will love Good Little Girls. I highly recommend this excellent book. Happy reading!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dee

    Excellent!...Worth every one of the five stars!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Eva Millien

    Release Day Review! Good Little Girls (The Keepers #2) Rita Herron!     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 Release Day Review! Good Little Girls (The Keepers #2) Rita Herron!     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.     Good Little Girls is the second book in The Keepers series and wraps readers up in page turning and adrenaline pumping suspense. The characters in this novel are strong and very compelling, they easily capture readers’ attention and draw them into their life, especially the heroine of the story, Tinsley, whom has been broken by a tortuous ordeal and readers can’t help but empathize with Tinsley and sympathize with all the rioting emotional turmoil that plagues her in the aftermath of that ordeal. Wyatt adds the understanding and protective hero to the story and the romance is on the sweet side as he discovers that he has feeling for Tinsley.   Thrills and intrigue lock readers in and refuse to let go as the mysterious Keepers and the Skull turn everyone’s life upside down once again. The plot flows smoothly with a steady and fast pace that draws readers along with all the suspense building events and clues to unmasking the bad guys. But this story also has another element, one that has readers questioning which side would they take if they were the ones involved in the heart wrenching and soul destroying situations. This story is a thriller and therefore readers should be prepared for all the emotional turmoil that this story could evoke and all the violence and implied rape that this story covers.   I haven’t read Pretty Little Killers, yet, (I will definitely have to read it now) but I had no trouble enjoying this story. The author does a great job of giving readers information about the first book without giving too much away, so that readers can understand what is going on and how the readers reached this point. I was kept on the edge of my seat and even found myself holding my breath and quite a few points in the story.     Good Little Girls   Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3...   Author - http://ritaherron.com/portfolio-items...     is the 2nd book in The Keepers series   Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/series/2167...     which includes 1 Pretty Little Killers   Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3...     Good Little Girls is available in print or ebook at:   Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...     USA Today Bestselling and award-winning author Rita Herron fell in love with books at the ripe age of eight when she read her first Trixie Belden mystery. Although she wanted to be a writer then and actually scrawled her first novel at age twelve, she didn’t think real people grew up to be writers, so she became a kindergarten teacher instead. Ten years ago, she traded her classroom storytelling and puppets for a computer and now writes so she doesn’t have to get a real job.Having sold over fifty books to date, she enjoys spinning spine-tingling romantic suspense tales filled with murder, mayhem, and spicy romance as well as sexy romantic comedies. Rita Herron currently writes romantic suspense for Harlequin Intrigue and she’s writing dark, gritty romantic suspense thrillers for Amazon Montlake.   If you want to know more about Rita or have a question for her about her books, or writing in general, email Rita and she’ll be happy to answer   Website - http://www.ritaherron.com/   Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/author/show...   Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rita.herron....   Twitter - https://twitter.com/ritaherron   BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/authors/rita-...  

  15. 4 out of 5

    Visionary Druid

    FBI Special Agent Wyatt Camden cannot forget the Skull case, nor its sole survivor. He feels guilty about not capturing the serial killer. When Tinsley Jensen contacts him, Wyatt rushes to her house. The frightened woman provokes unprofessional feelings in him. Wyatt intends to capture the dangerous sociopath, so the masked man cannot hurt another woman. Can Wyatt protect Tinsley from the Skull? Or will the sociopath elude him for a second time? Tinsley Jensen is the sole survivor of the masked s FBI Special Agent Wyatt Camden cannot forget the Skull case, nor its sole survivor. He feels guilty about not capturing the serial killer. When Tinsley Jensen contacts him, Wyatt rushes to her house. The frightened woman provokes unprofessional feelings in him. Wyatt intends to capture the dangerous sociopath, so the masked man cannot hurt another woman. Can Wyatt protect Tinsley from the Skull? Or will the sociopath elude him for a second time? Tinsley Jensen is the sole survivor of the masked sociopath Skull. She finds solace in helping victims similar to her with an on-line blog. With the anniversary of her captivity looming, Tinsley suspects the Skull has returned. The only person she can trust to help her is Special Agent Wyatt Camden. When the madman targets Tinsley’s friends and family, she confronts her fears to save them. Can Tinsley escape the psychological hold the Skull has over her? Or will she be forever trapped by her fear? Wyatt is such a wonderful hero. I love how he continually assures Tinsley she is not to blame for the madman’s hurtful actions towards her or others. He actually empathized with Tinsley over her ordeal instead of treating her with cool detachment. I like how despite it being a year since the case, Wyatt maintains in contact with her. But what I adore about Wyatt is how he always puts Tinsley’s feelings before his own. He would rather not disabuse her trust by pushing for a deeper, romantic connection; instead, Wyatt respects her need for space. Tinsley is such a courageous and inspirational character. She is tired of being a shell of her former self. I like that Tinsley strives to take back her life by fighting her dilapidating fears instead of allowing them to continue ruling her life. I also like how she acknowledges and accepts the fact that she will not be the same person as she had once been. However, what I admire the most about Tinsley is the inner strength it took for her to share her experiences on an on-line blog. She does not do it for the attention; instead, she hopes her blog helps other victims deal with their traumas. GOOD LITTLE GIRLS is book two in Rita Herron’s romantic-suspense series, THE KEEPERS. I sometimes felt as if I missed some important information from not having read the first book, yet it did not hinder my ability to follow the storyline or connect with the characters. This story reminded me why I enjoy this author’s romantic suspense. It made me feel as if I was watching one of my favorite criminal television dramas. GOOD LITTLE GIRLS is a gripping tale of overcoming one’s traumatic past to take back their life. I like how the author focused more on the story’s thrilling plot than the actual romance. I cannot wait to see what the author has in store for the next installment. Review courtesy of Romance Junkies

  16. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. Good Little Girls is book 2 in The Keepers series. It story can’t really be read as a stand alone and I’d recommend that you read Pretty Little Killers, which book 1 in this series, before commencing Good Little Girls. After escaping a series killer known as The Skull, Tinsley is living her live in a tiny cabin by the beach that she never leaves. She has cut off most contact with the world as she waits for the killer to retur I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. Good Little Girls is book 2 in The Keepers series. It story can’t really be read as a stand alone and I’d recommend that you read Pretty Little Killers, which book 1 in this series, before commencing Good Little Girls. After escaping a series killer known as The Skull, Tinsley is living her live in a tiny cabin by the beach that she never leaves. She has cut off most contact with the world as she waits for the killer to return for her, as he promised to do. FBI agent Wyatt Camden nearly died saving Tinsley once before and he is determined to catch her abductor. Between the discovery of human remains on the beach which are all missing their heads, The Keepers taking up where the killer in the first book left off, and the search for The Skull, there is a lot going on. The stories are woven together well and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the how each of the events link together and following the different leads. This process is really helped along by the author giving the points of view of different players in the story. But the crimes covered in this story are not for the faint hearted, it is pretty unpleasant at times. While crime solving is the primary story we also have a secondary story of the evolving relationship between Wyatt and Tinsley. I had no trouble connecting with Wyatt as he tried to solve the crimes but It took me a little time to warm up to Tinsley. She initially felt a little dim to me but given when she had been trough with The Skull I was being unfair to her and honestly in the end I think I liked her simply because Wyatt did. The romance is a nice soft contrast to the harshness of the crime story which includes murder, rape and animal cruelty. If you’re a romantic suspense fan this is an engaging series well worth reading. At the end of Good Little Girls the author gives us an epilogue that will no doubt lead in to the next book in the series, which I’m looking forward to reading.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Eva Millien

    Good Little Girls is the second book in The Keepers series and wraps readers up in page turning and adrenaline pumping suspense. The characters in this novel are strong and very compelling, they easily capture readers’ attention and draw them into their life, especially the heroine of the story, Tinsley, whom has been broken by a tortuous ordeal and readers can’t help but empathize with Tinsley and sympathize with all the rioting emotional turmoil that plagues her in the aftermath of that ordeal Good Little Girls is the second book in The Keepers series and wraps readers up in page turning and adrenaline pumping suspense. The characters in this novel are strong and very compelling, they easily capture readers’ attention and draw them into their life, especially the heroine of the story, Tinsley, whom has been broken by a tortuous ordeal and readers can’t help but empathize with Tinsley and sympathize with all the rioting emotional turmoil that plagues her in the aftermath of that ordeal. Wyatt adds the understanding and protective hero to the story and the romance is on the sweet side as he discovers that he has feeling for Tinsley. Thrills and intrigue lock readers in and refuse to let go as the mysterious Keepers and the Skull turn everyone’s life upside down once again. The plot flows smoothly with a steady and fast pace that draws readers along with all the suspense building events and clues to unmasking the bad guys. But this story also has another element, one that has readers questioning which side would they take if they were the ones involved in the heart wrenching and soul destroying situations. This story is a thriller and therefore readers should be prepared for all the emotional turmoil that this story could evoke and all the violence and implied rape that this story covers. I haven’t read Pretty Little Killers, yet, (I will definitely have to read it now) but I had no trouble enjoying this story. The author does a great job of giving readers information about the first book without giving too much away, so that readers can understand what is going on and how the readers reached this point. I was kept on the edge of my seat and even found myself holding my breath and quite a few points in the story.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    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 en 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.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cassie’s Reviews

    First I want to thank netgalley and the author for an advanced copy of this book for my kindle. When I received this book I didn’t realize it was second book in the keepers series! I loved this book! Tinsley jenson is a young woman who was kidnapped brutally raped and beaten by a serial killer named the skull. She had been rescued by the handsome FBI agent named Wyatt. Somehow the skull got away and now in this book The Skull wants tinsley back at any means. So tinsley who is deathly scared of t First I want to thank netgalley and the author for an advanced copy of this book for my kindle. When I received this book I didn’t realize it was second book in the keepers series! I loved this book! Tinsley jenson is a young woman who was kidnapped brutally raped and beaten by a serial killer named the skull. She had been rescued by the handsome FBI agent named Wyatt. Somehow the skull got away and now in this book The Skull wants tinsley back at any means. So tinsley who is deathly scared of the skull is coming for her and she’s never seen his face she keeps herself locked away in her cottage. Wyatt vows to keep her safe and he stays with her in her cottage but at a distance because tinsley cannot handle any touch or closeness . It broke my heart reading what poor tinsley had gone through at the hands of The skull. I devoured this book! The ending left room for another book as well so I will be anxiously waiting ! Loved how the author describes the thoughts going through The Skulls head it scared me!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte Lynn

    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. T 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.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Avid Reader

    Good Little Girls (The Keepers #2) by Rita Herron 4.5 stars M/F Thriller Triggers: Murder, Rape, Kidnapping, PTSD I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads. Tinsley is sick and tired of hiding. She wants to be part of the world again - to live instead of exist. However, because of her traumatic past, she has PTSD and anxiety so severe that just thinking about leaving her house sends her in to panic attacks. She has a few ways to contact the outside world, but even with those, the sac Good Little Girls (The Keepers #2) by Rita Herron 4.5 stars M/F Thriller Triggers: Murder, Rape, Kidnapping, PTSD I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads. Tinsley is sick and tired of hiding. She wants to be part of the world again - to live instead of exist. However, because of her traumatic past, she has PTSD and anxiety so severe that just thinking about leaving her house sends her in to panic attacks. She has a few ways to contact the outside world, but even with those, the sacrifices that she's had to make in order to feel secure are too much. Wyatt was there when Tinsley was rescued. She haunts him. Despite knowing her past and seeing her scars, he believes that she's the most brave person he's ever met. He sees her - not the scars or her trauma - but her. Wyatt and Tinsley's characters are complex and written very well. There is a chemistry to them that you cannot believe and it's not only a sexual tension but an admiration between them. I liked how their characters were there for each other - to lean on and support. Tinsley is in for the fight of her life and Wyatt wants to be there to help her along the way. When the Skull returns, people will come out of the story as a hero, villains and would be meddlers. It's a great story with even more wonderful twists. I can't wait to see what comes next!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Thank you NetGalley for the copy of Good Little Girls by Rita Herron that I read and reviewed. I can honestly say that I liked this book a lot more then the first book in the series. I felt this one let the reader know what was going on and I did not feel as lost as I did in the first book. I really enjoyed this book and part of me feels this should have been the first book of the series. This was a very good read and I am giving it four out of five stars.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Heather 123

    Holy cow! The perfect mix of suspense and romance! You'll find yourself unable to put this book down, constantly wanting to read more about skull and his twisted reality. But then you're dying to read how/if things could work out between Tinsley and Wyatt. The Keepers is a very interesting piece of this book. I can't wait to read their next target! Holy cow! The perfect mix of suspense and romance! You'll find yourself unable to put this book down, constantly wanting to read more about skull and his twisted reality. But then you're dying to read how/if things could work out between Tinsley and Wyatt. The Keepers is a very interesting piece of this book. I can't wait to read their next target!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Geri

    ARC from Netgalley I read liked the first book and was looking forward to the follow up. This was a really good story with lots of suspense. I liked the characters and little romance towards the end.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lex Nuttall

    After reading Pretty Little Killers, I was excited to continue on in the series, and it did not disappoint. I don’t think there was a page in this book that didn’t interest me. I enjoyed this one more than the first book in the series, it was good to finally hear and understand the story of Tinsley. The twists and the turns kept me turning pages, and the full circle back and understanding the mind of the villain was excellently written. 5/5 from me, 100% a perfect read for anyone who enjoys thri After reading Pretty Little Killers, I was excited to continue on in the series, and it did not disappoint. I don’t think there was a page in this book that didn’t interest me. I enjoyed this one more than the first book in the series, it was good to finally hear and understand the story of Tinsley. The twists and the turns kept me turning pages, and the full circle back and understanding the mind of the villain was excellently written. 5/5 from me, 100% a perfect read for anyone who enjoys thrillers with a dash of romance.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Jaeger

    IN Rita Herron’s second book in the Keeper Series, we find out what happened to the Skull’s last victim in Pretty Little Killers. Tinsley Jensen was rescued by FBI agent Wyatt Camden, but since she’s been free, she’s become a prisoner in her own home. Terrified the Skull is still out there and will come back to claim her – the girl that got away – she has a panic attack whenever she tries to leave her home, making her an agoraphobic. She is terrified of anyone touching her and hates that the Skul IN Rita Herron’s second book in the Keeper Series, we find out what happened to the Skull’s last victim in Pretty Little Killers. Tinsley Jensen was rescued by FBI agent Wyatt Camden, but since she’s been free, she’s become a prisoner in her own home. Terrified the Skull is still out there and will come back to claim her – the girl that got away – she has a panic attack whenever she tries to leave her home, making her an agoraphobic. She is terrified of anyone touching her and hates that the Skull ruined her chances of every finding intimacy and love with a man. Wyatt Camden wants to catch the Skull and not only because it’s his job. He want to see Tinsley live her life again, be the girl she was before she was kidnapped, raped and tortured. When the Skull makes his presence known to Tinsley, first by kidnapping her friend, then someone very close to her, it’s a beat-the-clock suspense storyline finish to the end. I loved the first Keepers book and this one was just as good. The dialogue is excellent, the conflicts well drawn out and the plot fast. Thank you to Netgalley for allowing me to read an arc of this book for an honest opinion. 5 stars from me.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Louise Scholl

    Great, great book. I won this one in a Goodreads giveaway. I loved it, so I bought the first one in the series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Marielle

    Mostly suspense, with a little romance thrown in, 2,5 stars. Lately I've felt more like reading romantic suspense than straight-up romance, so when I got the change to read an ARC for this author I hadn't read before (thanks Netgalley) I was excited. Since this is the second book in a series, and from the blurb it felt like there was an overaching story-arc (yes, there is), I read book 1 before starting this one, so now I've read two books by this author. The opinions in this review are my own, a Mostly suspense, with a little romance thrown in, 2,5 stars. Lately I've felt more like reading romantic suspense than straight-up romance, so when I got the change to read an ARC for this author I hadn't read before (thanks Netgalley) I was excited. Since this is the second book in a series, and from the blurb it felt like there was an overaching story-arc (yes, there is), I read book 1 before starting this one, so now I've read two books by this author. The opinions in this review are my own, and don't necessarily reflect how someone else would review this book. The writing style of Ms. Herron, at least in this series, has a lot of POV's in it, which to me had the effect of not being able to get into the story, and into the characters. The main characters of this book were also present in the previous book, and their experiences with The Skull were horrific and left both damaged, the heroine to the point she doesn't leave her house and can't be touched. Since this is romantic suspense, I was looking forward to not only learning more about the bad guy, but also to seeing how these two damaged characters would overcome their problems and learn to love each other. The romance wasn't very well fleshed out in book 1, but I had hopes it might work better in this second instalment. Well, I definitely learned a lot about The Skull, and the suspense plot was worked out well, and had me reading along the book just fine. What lowered my fun was the romance part. The main characters hardly had any time together, yet they seemed to have this insta-love thing going on. It could be their romance started somewhere before the whole mess with the Skull, and long before the start of book 1 in this series, but that part didn't carry over into the story, and therefore their connection didn't feel true to me. It certainly wasn't enough to have me believing how they got 'truly' (wink wink) together. It felt rushed, too soon, and just… off. So, if you're mostly interested in reading a suspense story: go for it. If you're also looking for some believable romance, my advice is to look somewhere else, for example to Loreth Anne White. For her future books, if Ms Herron wants to continue in the romantic suspense genre, I'd love to see more attention paid to the romance-part.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Up All Night With Books

    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 flash 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. **ARC provide by author for honest review**

  30. 4 out of 5

    Wayward Readers Book Blog

    The second book in ‘The Keepers’ series, this can be read as a stand-alone. However, after doing so myself, I am regretful as I can only imagine the first book was just as outstanding as this one. Rita Herron has captured the raw emotion and brutality of what a thriller book should equate to. This book is definitely not for the faint of heart or for those who may be sensitive reading on the subject of SA. Fans of Mo Hayder and Karin Slaughter will enjoy. Tinsley Jensen has become agoraphobic sinc The second book in ‘The Keepers’ series, this can be read as a stand-alone. However, after doing so myself, I am regretful as I can only imagine the first book was just as outstanding as this one. Rita Herron has captured the raw emotion and brutality of what a thriller book should equate to. This book is definitely not for the faint of heart or for those who may be sensitive reading on the subject of SA. Fans of Mo Hayder and Karin Slaughter will enjoy. Tinsley Jensen has become agoraphobic since her escape from the serial killer and rapist known as the Skull. She has lost everything and everyone that she loved and she lives out her days alone, fearing that he will return for her as he once promised. Wyatt Camden, the FBI agent who saved Tinsley’s life, has a deep sense of guilt over the serial killer’s escape and he has sworn to do whatever it takes to keep Tinsley safe. With the Day of the Dead approaching, marking the one-year anniversary of Tinsley’s kidnapping, strange things begin occurring. Tinsley begins receiving threats through her online support group and strange objects begin to show up at her home. As she and Wyatt work together, she begins to feel that she can trust again. However, people she loves start to go missing and her worst nightmares become reality. Will Tinsley be able to face her fears and trust Wyatt or will she succumb to the Skull once again? This book is a fantastic mix of emotion. Herron has really nailed the true grit that comes with surviving the brutality that the main character has endured. You can feel the fear, anguish, and longing she experiences. One can ask, where Herron came up with that background on the Skull, but maybe some things are better left unanswered. The descriptive detail she utilizes in every aspect of the novel has the reader on the edge of their seat the whole time. Utterly creepy and disturbing. 5 stars.

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