Trust Me by Brenda Novak
Four years ago…
Skye Kellerman was attacked in her own bed. She managed to fend off her knife-wielding assailant, but the trauma changed everything about her life. As a result of that night, she joined two friends–also survivors–in starting The Last Stand, an organization to help victims of crime.
Her would-be rapist is getting out of prison. Skye knows that Dr. Oliver Burke hasn’t forgotten that her testimony cost him his reputation–and his freedom.
Sacramento detective David Willis, who investigated her case, believes Burke is a clear and present danger–and guilty of at least two unsolved murders.
And now Burke is free to terrorize Skye again. Unless David can stop him. Unless Skye can fight back. Because Oliver Burke has every intention of finishing what he started. And that’s a promise.
I liked it. However, it got a little old with David wanting to be loyal to his ex-wife because of her sickness. Does that make me a bad person? I hope not. 🙂 But even with the VERY serious sickness that Lynette had she just seemed whiny and annoying.
Warning that this book has mature content.
4 of 5 stars