In Kevin O'Brien's Terrified, you'll be the edge of the seat with this thriller. Megan Keeslar faked her own death to escape an abusive husband and started a new life and protected her unborn son. Her husband had been in prison for over a decade and now had gotten out for his revenge for his life and claims his innocence. Now it was up to her to protect her teenage son. But someone who knew her as Lisa Swann discovered her real secrets and was now after her, killing women who looked like her. And he had a personal agenda to hurt the people who's closest to her and the ones she loved. And with a psychopath on the line, it made it hard for Megan to keep up with her anonymity and her image out of the public eye. And that was why she was terrified, when she ran from the law and will had to do everything she could to save her life and her own son, even if she had to turn herself in, before she could escape. What a rush!
This was a bone-tingling and numbing thriller from Kevin O'Brien. I cared about Megan/Lisa and her son and what she had to do to escape from her husband. I became worried about them and of their future. I loved the California/Oregon dual locations for the scenic settings for this novel. This would make you hold your breath and scream bloody murder later in the storyline with a soft sigh. Great drama, excellent suspense and intrigue with non-stop action and thrilling mysteries along the way.
Will you be terrified tonight? If so, check it out today!
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