Going home can be deadly: Repressed by Elisabeth Naughton #BookReview #Suspense #mgtab @ElisNaughton


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Hidden Falls is exactly as Samantha Parker left it—small, insular, and prone to gossip. Eighteen years have passed since she witnessed her brother’s murder, but she’s still the talk of the town. Until a handsome child psychologist with haunting memories of his own arrives.

Dr. Ethan McClane isn’t exactly a newcomer. If it weren’t for his latest case, he’d never set foot back in Hidden Falls. Thankfully, no one seems to recognize him as the troubled teen from years past. Not even Sam, the delightfully sharp and sexy high school chemistry teacher he can’t stop thinking about.

When Sam and Ethan work together to help one of her students, sparks ignite. But Sam’s hazy memories of a long-ago night concern Ethan, and unlocking the repressed images reveals a dark connection between them. As the horrors of the past finally come to light, their relationship isn’t the only thing in danger. A killer will strike again to keep an ugly secret hidden. This time no one will be safe.

 

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About the Author

Before topping multiple bestseller lists—including those of the New York Times, USA Today, and the Wall Street Journal—Elisabeth Naughton taught middle school science. A rabid reader, she soon discovered she had a knack for creating stories with a chemistry of their own. The spark turned into a flame, and Naughton now writes full-time. Besides topping bestseller lists, her books have been nominated for some of the industry’s most prestigious awards, such as the RITA® and Golden Heart Awards from Romance Writers of America, the Australian Romance Reader Awards, and the Golden Leaf Award. When not dreaming up new stories, Naughton can be found spending time with her husband and three children in their western Oregon home. Learn more at www.ElisabethNaughton.com.

My Review

Sometimes, going home is deadly.

Samantha Parker witnessed the murder of her brother as a young girl, but the killers were never caught. Many years later she is persuaded to return to her home town long enough to clean up the family home and list it for sale. While there she takes on a temporary job teaching chemistry at the local high school.

When troubling events occur, the police believe it’s kids out to make trouble, but Sam’s not so sure.

A handsome psychologist shows up at the school to evaluate one of the teens and it’s instant fireworks. But, Dr. McClane has a few secrets of his own.

Can these two work together to overcome their past, or will a killer bury it forever?

This story is well-written and has plenty of suspense to keep readers on the edge of their seats!

I give Repressed 4 lovely kisses

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