web site hit counter Wicked Lies - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

Wicked Lies

Availability: Ready to download

If At First You Don't Succeed For two years, Justice Turnbull has paced his room at Halo Valley Security Hospital, planning to escape. Justice has a mission-one that began with a vicious murder two decades ago. And there are so many others who must be sent back to the hell that spawned them. . . Kill. . . Laura Adderley didn't plan to get pregnant by her soon-to-be ex-husband If At First You Don't Succeed For two years, Justice Turnbull has paced his room at Halo Valley Security Hospital, planning to escape. Justice has a mission-one that began with a vicious murder two decades ago. And there are so many others who must be sent back to the hell that spawned them. . . Kill. . . Laura Adderley didn't plan to get pregnant by her soon-to-be ex-husband, though she'll do anything to protect her baby. But now reporter Harrison Frost is asking questions about the mysterious group of women who live at Siren Song lodge. Harrison hasn't figured out Laura's connection to the story yet. But Justice knows. And he is coming. . . Then Kill Again. . . All her life, Laura has been able to sense approaching evil. But that won't stop a psychopath bent on destroying her. Justice has been unleashed, and this time, there will be no place safe to hide. . . Praise for Wicked Game "Chilling. . . Swift pacing and an intriguing plot make this a first-rate supernatural thriller." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)


Compare

If At First You Don't Succeed For two years, Justice Turnbull has paced his room at Halo Valley Security Hospital, planning to escape. Justice has a mission-one that began with a vicious murder two decades ago. And there are so many others who must be sent back to the hell that spawned them. . . Kill. . . Laura Adderley didn't plan to get pregnant by her soon-to-be ex-husband If At First You Don't Succeed For two years, Justice Turnbull has paced his room at Halo Valley Security Hospital, planning to escape. Justice has a mission-one that began with a vicious murder two decades ago. And there are so many others who must be sent back to the hell that spawned them. . . Kill. . . Laura Adderley didn't plan to get pregnant by her soon-to-be ex-husband, though she'll do anything to protect her baby. But now reporter Harrison Frost is asking questions about the mysterious group of women who live at Siren Song lodge. Harrison hasn't figured out Laura's connection to the story yet. But Justice knows. And he is coming. . . Then Kill Again. . . All her life, Laura has been able to sense approaching evil. But that won't stop a psychopath bent on destroying her. Justice has been unleashed, and this time, there will be no place safe to hide. . . Praise for Wicked Game "Chilling. . . Swift pacing and an intriguing plot make this a first-rate supernatural thriller." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)

30 review for Wicked Lies

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amandaj

    This is a book I received from goodreads giveaways. 529 pages is overkill for this book. I found the content repetitive and a bit too slow for my liking. The book appears to have a lot going on, but the characters interesting traits wear thin and things become dull. So, there is a killer that escaped with the intent on killing all his relations. There is a woman who is pregnant who can communicate telepathically with the killer. And there is a washed up reporter trying to prove his worth. And of This is a book I received from goodreads giveaways. 529 pages is overkill for this book. I found the content repetitive and a bit too slow for my liking. The book appears to have a lot going on, but the characters interesting traits wear thin and things become dull. So, there is a killer that escaped with the intent on killing all his relations. There is a woman who is pregnant who can communicate telepathically with the killer. And there is a washed up reporter trying to prove his worth. And of course there are a slew of other characters that are in the mix. If this book were half its length I might have been more interested, but there seemed to be too much filler material for what was there. The bottom line is that the book was too long for the story. It was like a little kid lost in an extra large shirt. It just didn't fit.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Emilee Ashline

    Never a dull moment in these books Once again, Lisa Jackson impressed me. I could not put this book down the moment I started it. I have so many more of her books I am looking forward to reading this summer. I love the added romance in her novels.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dana Burgess

    Being Lisa Jackson, there is a little deception, a little romance, some psychic powers, and a lot of action, filling the pages. I have to admit that I've never read Nancy Bush but the combination of these authors has led to a fast, fun read. The first thing I loved about this book, and the thing I loved the most, is that these two talented authors named their psychotic maniac 'Justice'. While it's true he was out to execute his own sense of justice on the sssssisssterssss, it would be a justice t Being Lisa Jackson, there is a little deception, a little romance, some psychic powers, and a lot of action, filling the pages. I have to admit that I've never read Nancy Bush but the combination of these authors has led to a fast, fun read. The first thing I loved about this book, and the thing I loved the most, is that these two talented authors named their psychotic maniac 'Justice'. While it's true he was out to execute his own sense of justice on the sssssisssterssss, it would be a justice that normal people would call murder and mayhem. His mind did work in amazing ways, though, genius really. And (here's your forshadowing moment) he's not the only one. The sisters he is after live an almost cultish life in "the colony". Well, most of them do. Some have managed to move out into the real world and assimilate. Those are the ones Justice goes after first. All of the sisters are interesting characters in their own rights and each has a special 'gift'. Laura's 'gift' is that Justice can talk to her mind. Ya, that would be the 'gift' I would choose if I had a choice. Laura didn't have a choice and she's stuck with this psycho in her brain. There are at least three mysteries going on at the same time and this is not at all confusing. (seriously) The authors manage to keep it all separate and easy to follow. The only problem I had with the book was the inclusion of the sub-plot involving the teenage brothers. It just seemed contrived to take up space. Luckily their part in the novel is quite small and so it doesn't really detract from the suspense or flow of the story. The romance is truly romance and doesn't spill over into erotica, which is the way I like my romance. Keep the tension up and leave lots to the imagination. We're talking true love here, not just a case of overbearing lust. Made my heart beat a little faster *sigh*. A friend of mine told me this the other day: 'Books are like chocolate, sometimes you want to try something new and exotic but other times you just want a (insert favorite chocolate bar here). You want to know exactly what you are getting and enjoy it.' (credit Nikki - thanks my friend!) That's the way I feel as well. It's fun to read all these new authors and find new books but sometimes I crave the known. 'Wicked Lies' filled that craving.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tonya

    Overall I like the book even though I believe the editor didn’t do their job, many inconsistencies in the book were glaringly obvious and, to me, slightly annoying. Things like the ex-husband owning a Porsche but later in the book it’s a Corvette, the characters visiting the same scene within 6 hours doing the same thing they just did, these are things that would naturally occur with two authors writing but the editor should have caught these things and fixed them. The primary characters were wh Overall I like the book even though I believe the editor didn’t do their job, many inconsistencies in the book were glaringly obvious and, to me, slightly annoying. Things like the ex-husband owning a Porsche but later in the book it’s a Corvette, the characters visiting the same scene within 6 hours doing the same thing they just did, these are things that would naturally occur with two authors writing but the editor should have caught these things and fixed them. The primary characters were what you would expect from any Romantic Suspense book the heroine is emotionally vulnerable yet strong in character until it’s time for her to do something stupid so the hero can come and rescue her, like all women in these types of books. The hero is physically strong yet emotionally vulnerable (except he doesn’t know it yet) and just as predictable in his strong physical attraction to the heroine, he of course gets mad at her, they fight, he realizes he loves her and then jumps to her rescue. I found the secondary characters more interesting than the primaries and the ‘surprises’ were no surprise to me as I had figured them out well in advance. I do have to say that the story was otherwise ok, good premise & being a part of a series (I didn’t know that until I was partway into the book) it leaves room for another book later. All in all I would recommend this book for those that enjoy a predictable Romantic Suspense book that is easy to follow and has some good secondary characters that you can make up your own stories about.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Wanda

    This book was an absolute page turner. These two sisters wrote these characters so well. The way they wrote this villain was so good that I loved him only because he made the book so interesting. But I hated him because he was so sinister. OMG he was so EVIL!! He's the kind of guy that you definitely want to read about but never want to meet in person EVER. Her other character Laura, was such a sweetheart that you instantly fall in love with her. And then (exhaling) you have Harrison, who doesn This book was an absolute page turner. These two sisters wrote these characters so well. The way they wrote this villain was so good that I loved him only because he made the book so interesting. But I hated him because he was so sinister. OMG he was so EVIL!! He's the kind of guy that you definitely want to read about but never want to meet in person EVER. Her other character Laura, was such a sweetheart that you instantly fall in love with her. And then (exhaling) you have Harrison, who doesn't love a reformed player? (Well at least in my opinion.) This book has a great variety of characters that made this book a great suspense. Imagine you going on with your life and this random evil person wants to come and kill you? He wants you dead. So what can you possibly do to make sure you survive this psychopaths wrath? That's where Harrison comes in and tries to save the day. Harrison being the player he was, couldn't believe it when he started having certain feelings he never experienced before. And with these feelings involved, he made it HIS business to make sure that Justice never touched Laura or anyone else again. This book was completely amazing. However my ONLY complaint is that I would have loved to read more about Justice. Although evil as he was, he was a very interesting character and I would have loved him to have more page time. (I know, call me weird) My only regret is that I didn't pick this book up sooner :-( I give this book 4 stars and a must read for you suspense lovers. A definite "Good Choice for Reading."

  6. 4 out of 5

    Vivian

    I recently chose to read from my ever-growing TBR pile and began Wicked Lies by Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush. I'm so glad I began with this book. It is filled with suspense, romance and drama. Imagine being raised in all-female (namely sisters and an aunt) and rustic environment and leaving for the big city at age 18. Well, that was the life of Laura "Lorelei" Adderley and now she is dealing with her cheating ex-husband and a deranged killer out to finish what he started years earlier . . . killi I recently chose to read from my ever-growing TBR pile and began Wicked Lies by Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush. I'm so glad I began with this book. It is filled with suspense, romance and drama. Imagine being raised in all-female (namely sisters and an aunt) and rustic environment and leaving for the big city at age 18. Well, that was the life of Laura "Lorelei" Adderley and now she is dealing with her cheating ex-husband and a deranged killer out to finish what he started years earlier . . . killing all of the women of Siren Song, her family's home. If that's not enough to deal with, Laura must also contend with an unplanned pregnancy and a burgeoning romance with a reporter, Harrison Frost. Yes there's a lot going on in this story (and I didn't even mention everything) but it all makes a weird kind of sense in the end. Ms. Jackson and Bush have crafted a delightful romantic suspense tale in Wicked Lies. This isn't a short book but it is definitely worth reading, at least in my opinion.

  7. 4 out of 5

    L Cherry

    When a Psycho killer escapes from a mental lock up, things always get exciting!! It did take me about a quarter of the book to really get invested in the characters and the story. I should have started with #1 in the series and maybe things would have clicked faster. By the middle of the book, I was rooting for Harrison and Laura to get together. Even though the story started out slow, I am now excited to see what comes of the other sisters in the colony. 3.5 stars

  8. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    Lisa Jackson along with Nancy Bush have written a thriller than will make you check your doors and windows to make sure they are locked. If you read this book you will find a serial killer has escaped a mental hospital, his intended victim has telepathy and knows he is coming, and amid all this drama there was room for romance. A good read!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Beth Lechman

    Jackson has a knack for keeping you guessing about the outcome until the end.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    CD /unabridged/Thriller: There are soooo many things wrong with is book. This review will have spoilers in it and I don't care because I am not recommending it. Nutty cousin escapes the mental hospital and is going after his cloistered cousins from a "cult". He and his one cousin, Lorelei, can communicate. When you hear "Sisssteer", take a shot! And you hear it a lot and my eyes rolled every time. Lorelei is a doormat. Harrison is a cad. But hey, Lorelei is in love with him. Why? Maybe because whe CD /unabridged/Thriller: There are soooo many things wrong with is book. This review will have spoilers in it and I don't care because I am not recommending it. Nutty cousin escapes the mental hospital and is going after his cloistered cousins from a "cult". He and his one cousin, Lorelei, can communicate. When you hear "Sisssteer", take a shot! And you hear it a lot and my eyes rolled every time. Lorelei is a doormat. Harrison is a cad. But hey, Lorelei is in love with him. Why? Maybe because when she admits that she was pregnant and just had a miscarriage the day before, he's only concerned with her lying to him. He at no time asks if she is okay! She barely knows him and it's none of his business and she didn't lie, she just didn't tell him. Of course being the doormat she is, blames herself and starts to believe that she lied (?). Other problems: Margaret believes Justice can't get hold of a ladder and doesn't call an ambulance when her niece is stabbed. How many cellphones fall out of someone's grasp? At some point take a hint and tie it to your arm. Lorelei's ex-husband doesn't know that she was from the cult. She never told him. Keeping important information from your husband was probably the root of your divorce. Lorelei is in a small room and is worrying about shooting a gun because it may ricochet. She finally shoots and instead of hitting the person in front of her, hits a lamp. The police are smarter than Harrison. So shouldn't Harrison keep them in the loop more? Justice can smell pregnancy? From miles away? Can he smell when the sisters are having their periods too? So why is nutty cousin killing? I understand he's a nut, but the story never delved into what happened that made him that way. That's right; Margaret refuses to let the kids see a doctor. Maybe poor Justice had a tumor. Harrison doesn't warn his own sister that the person he is keeping at her home has a nut after her. His sister has a child in the house. Get a hotel next time. The lighthouse while old and run down should still hold up. This lighthouse's door was apparently made of Balsa wood instead of oak. The whole supernatural aspect; what is the deal with the little kid. Justice is killed and she's cured? Did anyone believe the story about Mary falling off the cliff? No men are allowed in the hollowed walls of the cult....except the handyman, who not only goes on the property, but brings a cell phone. Skip it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Spencer

    This book was definately an awesome read it had me on the edge of my seat the whole time! Loreli was raised at Siren Song along with all of her illegitimate sisters,by her Aunt Catherine and her floozy quack of a mother Mary who later vanished thought to be dead. As a child Loreli remembers a strange and frightening little boy named Justice Turnbull who would come visit with his mother Mad Maddie Turnbull. All of the women of the family was rumored to have a psychic gift and Maddie used hers to This book was definately an awesome read it had me on the edge of my seat the whole time! Loreli was raised at Siren Song along with all of her illegitimate sisters,by her Aunt Catherine and her floozy quack of a mother Mary who later vanished thought to be dead. As a child Loreli remembers a strange and frightening little boy named Justice Turnbull who would come visit with his mother Mad Maddie Turnbull. All of the women of the family was rumored to have a psychic gift and Maddie used hers to tell fortunes. Justice grew up with such hatred for his mother and all of the sisters that he turned into a psychotic serial killer and wanted to kill them all. After LOreli's divorce from her Pompous ass husband Byron Loreli finds herself pregnant with his child and with these malicious thoughts from none other than Justice himself. He has escaped the mental hospital were he has been held for the criminally insane since his previous murder spree a few years back. He's out to kill the sisters of siren song especially Loreli because for some strange reason he can smell and track her because she is pregnant. Harrison is a newspaper reporter looking for the big story to get his career back on track since a fallout with his previous employer. He meets Loreli and offers to protect her and track down Justice before he kills everyone she has ever cared about. In the process he falls head over heels in love with her and feels that he has to protect her at all costs. The suspence in this book was amazing, I actually could feel the fear myself when Justice appears the first time to try to kill Loreli. It had an awesome ending and left off to where more can be written on the story. Can't wait to find out what is next. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes to be scared!!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Scooper Speaks

    Favorite Lines: “Even in my cell, I can smell her sickness. Her filth. Her lust.” (p. 1) Wicked Lies is the result of the collaboration between Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush and is book two in a series about the women of the Colony. The colony is a haven for a group of gifted sisters led by their aunt. The outside community thinks it is a cult, but it’s a safe place for the psychic women to retreat from society. Wicked Lies is a romantic suspense with a slight paranormal tone, that stands alone desp Favorite Lines: “Even in my cell, I can smell her sickness. Her filth. Her lust.” (p. 1) Wicked Lies is the result of the collaboration between Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush and is book two in a series about the women of the Colony. The colony is a haven for a group of gifted sisters led by their aunt. The outside community thinks it is a cult, but it’s a safe place for the psychic women to retreat from society. Wicked Lies is a romantic suspense with a slight paranormal tone, that stands alone despite the many references to book one, Wicked Game. While I’m not a huge fan of the romantic thread, the actual story was excellent and kept me turning the pages. The book has a fast pace, unexpected resolutions and crazy people all over. I kept wondering how a reporter was going to protect a woman from a murderous stalker. (Yep, I’m totally biassed.) The more the heroine was threatened, the more I thought “should have fallen for a soldier, cop, PI or bodyguard.” However it did force the story to avoid obvious routes and stick firmly in the suspense category as I worried about the hero and heroine’s capacity to stay alive long enough to reach the end of the story. Would I recommend this book to a friend?: Yep. Nothing is as it seems in this twisted “I’m gonna get you” book. It’s not my top book of the year, but it’s entertaining and well written. I like that I can read Wicked Lies as a stand alone and am not required to read book one in order to enjoy (or understand) the story. If you are looking for crazy stalker/romance story you should check it out. Scooper Speaks

  13. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    At first I was skeptical of this because sometimes the books by one author more famous than the other seem to be a way to push the lesser known writer's work. But, Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush are sisters, so I gave it a shot. The book certainly wasn't totally believable, but it was fast paced with romance, mystery, telepathy, evil serial murderers, crazy psychitrists, lighthouses, dramatic rescues, whatever. It wasn't so graphic that it kept me up at night, and it had a few loose ends, but overa At first I was skeptical of this because sometimes the books by one author more famous than the other seem to be a way to push the lesser known writer's work. But, Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush are sisters, so I gave it a shot. The book certainly wasn't totally believable, but it was fast paced with romance, mystery, telepathy, evil serial murderers, crazy psychitrists, lighthouses, dramatic rescues, whatever. It wasn't so graphic that it kept me up at night, and it had a few loose ends, but overall, it had plots and subplots that kept the story moving... overall, not as good as Lisa Jackson's other books.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Serenity

    I can smell her! Another one whose scent betrays her! Even inside my cell, I can smell her sickness. Her filth. Her lust. There have been others, too, while I've languished here. Others who need to be avenged. Others who, with their devil's issue, must be driven back to the deadly fires from which they were spawned! Oh, sick women with your uncontrollable needs. I am coming for you... this is the paragraph that drew me in from word one. Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush will always be my favorites! Th I can smell her! Another one whose scent betrays her! Even inside my cell, I can smell her sickness. Her filth. Her lust. There have been others, too, while I've languished here. Others who need to be avenged. Others who, with their devil's issue, must be driven back to the deadly fires from which they were spawned! Oh, sick women with your uncontrollable needs. I am coming for you... this is the paragraph that drew me in from word one. Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush will always be my favorites! These women know how to write Thrillers and Suspense novels. I'll always love Lisa's books. I can't wait to read more of Nancy's books. I loved the Laura and Harrison parts.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Serenity

    I can smell her! Another one whose scent betrays her! Even inside my cell, I can smell her sickness. Her filth. Her lust. There have been others, too, while I've languished here. Others who need to be avenged. Others who, with their devil's issue, must be driven back to the deadly fires from which they were spawned! Oh, sick women with your uncontrollable needs. I am coming for you... This is the paragraph that drew me in from word one. So Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush will always be my favorites! I can smell her! Another one whose scent betrays her! Even inside my cell, I can smell her sickness. Her filth. Her lust. There have been others, too, while I've languished here. Others who need to be avenged. Others who, with their devil's issue, must be driven back to the deadly fires from which they were spawned! Oh, sick women with your uncontrollable needs. I am coming for you... This is the paragraph that drew me in from word one. So Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush will always be my favorites! These women know how to write Thrillers and Suspense novels. I can't wait to read more of Nancy's books. I love Laura and Harrison's parts.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Mueller

    This book was VERY slow reading. It just did not grab my attention and suck me in to the story. I also got irrated by the Colony because the story just never got to the point of their history and secrets. I usually LOVE Lisa Jackson books but this is a waste of time. I probably would not have even finished the book..... but I am kind of anal about starting a book and not finishing it. I just keep thinking it is bound to get better...... but this one never did. :-(

  17. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I didnt realize this biook was the second in a series and I thought there was a lot of unanswered questions that may have been answered in book one. It was supposed to be a "supernatural thriller" and I found it to be less than thrilling and only MILDY supernatural. I didnt realize this biook was the second in a series and I thought there was a lot of unanswered questions that may have been answered in book one. It was supposed to be a "supernatural thriller" and I found it to be less than thrilling and only MILDY supernatural.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marianne Stehr

    I am not a ghost story person. I read the first in this series and thought it was ok, this one was better. It had twists and turns and the "ghost" story or mystical component was lesser than the first. IT is a good read, probably even a great read if you love the mystical story! I am not a ghost story person. I read the first in this series and thought it was ok, this one was better. It had twists and turns and the "ghost" story or mystical component was lesser than the first. IT is a good read, probably even a great read if you love the mystical story!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This book was a good thriller. It was a good overall story and each chapter left you anxious for the next. I felt like of the "secrets/surprises" weren't as exciting as the authors revved them up to be. This book was a good thriller. It was a good overall story and each chapter left you anxious for the next. I felt like of the "secrets/surprises" weren't as exciting as the authors revved them up to be.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Harriet

    I really enjoyed this book. It had a lot of suspense, some romance, and some very unexpected things happen. Really great, I did not like the book that came after this one, Born to Die. But Wicked Lies is well worth reading!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jocelyn Rhindress

    I really enjoyed this one. I didn't realize it was 2nd in a series until part way through, but that didn't affect my ability to be able to enjoy the story. I will be going back and reading the 1st book and the subsequent stories in this series. I enjoy how Lisa Jackson always ties a bit of the supernatural into her suspense novels. Of course, there is always some romance in there too. I loved the setting of the Pacific West Coast - very great setting for creepy slithering villain to hide in! I d I really enjoyed this one. I didn't realize it was 2nd in a series until part way through, but that didn't affect my ability to be able to enjoy the story. I will be going back and reading the 1st book and the subsequent stories in this series. I enjoy how Lisa Jackson always ties a bit of the supernatural into her suspense novels. Of course, there is always some romance in there too. I loved the setting of the Pacific West Coast - very great setting for creepy slithering villain to hide in! I do find Jackson's book on the longer side and sometimes I find myself skimming over the secondary stories. In the end the whole Deadly Sinners story really just fizzled out and took up a lot of page space. One criticism of this book was trying to keep track of all the different cops - which don't really play a huge part of the story. After I while I stopped trying to keep track of who was who and ex partners with who and towards the end there was only 2 major law enforcement agents that really needed to be highlighted. The end came fast and was pretty exciting and dramatic. Great book.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patsy

    For two years, Justice Turnbull has paced his room at Halo Valley Security Hospital, planning to escape. Justice has a mission-one that began with a vicious murder two decades ago. And there are so many others who must be sent back to the hell that spawned them. . . Kill. . . Laura Adderley didn't plan to get pregnant by her soon-to-be ex-husband, though she'll do anything to protect her baby. But now reporter Harrison Frost is asking questions about the mysterious group of women who live at Siren For two years, Justice Turnbull has paced his room at Halo Valley Security Hospital, planning to escape. Justice has a mission-one that began with a vicious murder two decades ago. And there are so many others who must be sent back to the hell that spawned them. . . Kill. . . Laura Adderley didn't plan to get pregnant by her soon-to-be ex-husband, though she'll do anything to protect her baby. But now reporter Harrison Frost is asking questions about the mysterious group of women who live at Siren Song lodge. Harrison hasn't figured out Laura's connection to the story yet. But Justice knows. And he is coming. . . Then Kill Again. . . All her life, Laura has been able to sense approaching evil. But that won't stop a psychopath bent on destroying her. Justice has been unleashed, and this time, there will be no place safe to hide. . .

  23. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    I’ve been reading these crazy Colony novels out of order, but maybe I should stop doing that? This one features Justice, yet another male member of the clan determined to seek revenge by murdering his female relatives, most of whom live in seclusion at Siren Song. Justice can “track” the women and send them telepathic messages, and so do more acutely when they are away from the Lodge and pregnant. Lorelei “Laura” Adderley, a hospital nurse, fits both of those descriptions, and Justice escapes fr I’ve been reading these crazy Colony novels out of order, but maybe I should stop doing that? This one features Justice, yet another male member of the clan determined to seek revenge by murdering his female relatives, most of whom live in seclusion at Siren Song. Justice can “track” the women and send them telepathic messages, and so do more acutely when they are away from the Lodge and pregnant. Lorelei “Laura” Adderley, a hospital nurse, fits both of those descriptions, and Justice escapes from the psychiatric institution where he has been incarcerated as a result of committing murders, determined to seek Laura out and rid of her and her unborn child. With the help of reporter Harrison Frost, who she is fast falling for, can Laura seek Justice out before he gets to her first?

  24. 5 out of 5

    Maggie

    Justice Turnbull has escaped from the mental hospital after stabbing his doctor and knocking out the driver of the transfer van who was to take him to another hospital. His intent is to kill all the women who live in the lodge called Siren Song. He knows that one of them, Laura Adderley is on the outside and he targets her first. After a rash of several murders he is getting closer to Laura. Harrison Frost a local reporter is helping Laura to stay safe until Laura takes it upon herself to enter Justice Turnbull has escaped from the mental hospital after stabbing his doctor and knocking out the driver of the transfer van who was to take him to another hospital. His intent is to kill all the women who live in the lodge called Siren Song. He knows that one of them, Laura Adderley is on the outside and he targets her first. After a rash of several murders he is getting closer to Laura. Harrison Frost a local reporter is helping Laura to stay safe until Laura takes it upon herself to enter into a final clash with Justice.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sue Gosland

    I always get so scared when reading these books, but they are so good!! Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush have created these complex characters who get into such trouble. Laura Adderley is no exception. When she finds herself pregnant by her ex-husband, she also finds herself being hunted by a psycho killer who is tracking her through mental connections they share through the bloodlines they also share. She meets Harrison Frost, a reporter hiding secrets as well. Do they fall in love? Does she survive I always get so scared when reading these books, but they are so good!! Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush have created these complex characters who get into such trouble. Laura Adderley is no exception. When she finds herself pregnant by her ex-husband, she also finds herself being hunted by a psycho killer who is tracking her through mental connections they share through the bloodlines they also share. She meets Harrison Frost, a reporter hiding secrets as well. Do they fall in love? Does she survive Justice Turnbull, her cousin? What is Harrison working on? Great fun. I loved it.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    I really enjoy reading this series. Lisa Jackson teaming up with sister, Nancy Bush, always gives us a page turner filled with "hold your breath and close your eyes" excitement. I gave it a 4 this time because there seemed to be too much filler. I found it a bit dragging because some of it could have been left out and made it a much better read. However, I am glad I didn't miss it and would recommend it to all those that enjoy that touch of romance, mystery, supernatural and spine chilling exci I really enjoy reading this series. Lisa Jackson teaming up with sister, Nancy Bush, always gives us a page turner filled with "hold your breath and close your eyes" excitement. I gave it a 4 this time because there seemed to be too much filler. I found it a bit dragging because some of it could have been left out and made it a much better read. However, I am glad I didn't miss it and would recommend it to all those that enjoy that touch of romance, mystery, supernatural and spine chilling excitement.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ericka

    I enjoyed the storyline. I lt was an easy read, I couldn't put it down (I finished it in two days, staying up late at night to finish it!). My only issue was the romance aspect. I wish we had a bit more time on that front to develop the budding romance between them. I also like to note that when I read this I wasn't aware it was part of a series. That being said I was still able to enjoy it and understand what was happening. I'm excited to go back and read the first one. I enjoyed the storyline. I lt was an easy read, I couldn't put it down (I finished it in two days, staying up late at night to finish it!). My only issue was the romance aspect. I wish we had a bit more time on that front to develop the budding romance between them. I also like to note that when I read this I wasn't aware it was part of a series. That being said I was still able to enjoy it and understand what was happening. I'm excited to go back and read the first one.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Debra Berding

    This was a solid book but not as good as usual from Lisa Jackson. When I saw that this was the 2nd in a series, I was surprised. I didn't really like the open ending, and it took me forever (around 10 days) to get through it. There were some parts that were very fast-paced, but it seemed like the book was unnecessarily long, and I skimmed through the slow parts. I doubt I would read another in this series, but I am still a fan of Lisa Jackson. This was a solid book but not as good as usual from Lisa Jackson. When I saw that this was the 2nd in a series, I was surprised. I didn't really like the open ending, and it took me forever (around 10 days) to get through it. There were some parts that were very fast-paced, but it seemed like the book was unnecessarily long, and I skimmed through the slow parts. I doubt I would read another in this series, but I am still a fan of Lisa Jackson.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Chuck

    Published in 2011, Wicked Lies is written by two sisters who both have many novels to their credit. I don't think this is the best of either, but it is a good action story with some suspense and interesting characters. If you are not too critical or demanding this story will keep you well entertained for 530 pages. Published in 2011, Wicked Lies is written by two sisters who both have many novels to their credit. I don't think this is the best of either, but it is a good action story with some suspense and interesting characters. If you are not too critical or demanding this story will keep you well entertained for 530 pages.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Casandra Rodriguez

    Great Sequel! The book picked up with the ladies of Soren Song but in a more parallel-type sequel rather than the traditional sequel. The characters were built nicely and the existing characters stayed consistent as we were given peaks into where their lives have led them now. Good read for sure.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.