Monday, August 10, 2015

Cold Hearts by Sharon Sala (Secrets and Lies #2)

There's only one way to keep secrets buried…

If only it had been something else that brought Lissa Sherman and Mack Jackson back in touch after so many years. Something—anything—other than the murder of Mack's father. Even worse, Lissa's car had been used as the murder weapon.

Cold Hearts (Secrets and Lies, #2)Thirty-five years ago, four friends went out joyriding and ended up in a terrible accident that left one dead and the others with no memory of that awful night. Now two more people, including Mack's father, have been murdered, and if the lone survivor knows why they're being targeted, she's not talking.

Even as Lissa and Mack find themselves drawn together in the midst of tragedy, the mystery deepens when someone comes after Lissa, too. Is the danger to her tied to the other deaths, or are two killers at work in town? Now Mack has to fight an unknown attacker as well as his feelings for Lissa, but it may be that he can't win either battle.

My review:  Cold Hearts by Sharon Sala   (Secrets and Lies #2)


Good suspense, good love story, good mystery, drama,and action.  Didn't like all the love scenes.

There was two different mysteries going on.  One is something happened thirty-five years ago, there was a accident and no one who survived has any memories of that night.  Now there has been two murders of two of the survivors.

The second mystery Lisa is being stalked.  She has no idea who is doing that to her.

Lissa has moved back to her hometown after her mothers death.  She is a first grade teacher.  She is single.
Mack's father has been murdered.  Lissa found the body and feels guilty.  Mack and Lissa were going together and a bad break up ten years ago.  Mack lives a hour away from his hometown.  He owns a lumberyard.

There is a lot going on.  I guessed one of the twists, but not all of it.  It is fast paced book.

The ending left me wanting to read the next book and the conclusion of Secrets and Lies.
I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of Cold Hearts.

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