“Brynn Holloran is a defense attorney in Texas. She is whip smart and excellent at her job but as someone who has a wildly successful career, she has a less than stellar social and personal life. When a convicted murderer escapes, one whom Brynn was personally responsible for being convicted, her law firm hires a private security team to ensure her safety during the manhunt to track him down. Despite the fact that she and her partner are surrounded by former Secret Service agents dedicated to keeping them safe, they can’t seem to outsmart the killer who is hellbent on getting his revenge. While Brynn tries to keep her head down and focus on the current case at hand, she can’t help but be distracted by developments, and by one of her security guards in particular.”
Desperate Girls by Laura Griffin was another binge-read for me. I haven’t had too many this year, so that should tell you how much I enjoyed this book. I thought it was a great book! There was a very suspenseful twist at the end which I didn’t see coming, but in hindsight I was able to put it together. It was a fantastic way to amp up the tension at the end and although I guessed how things might turn out, it definitely did not happen the way I was expecting. If in fact this does become a series there’s a pretty good chance I’ll be reading the sequel.
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