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If You Know Her (Inglés) Libro de bolsillo – feb 2012

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When one very badly placed scene ruins a book,especially the finale of a trilogy. 26 de abril de 2012
Por Navymom - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
I had read the first 2 books in the Ash trilogy and was REALLY into finding out who the killer was. The romances and sex and plot in the first 2 were great. I even loved Law and thought Nia was a fabulous character. A strong female who cared about her cousin and came back to Ash to find out who abducted,tortured,raped,etc... you get the picture of what was done to her cousin. Up until the middle of "If you know her" I was ready to give it a 5 star... So why in the world am I giving this book a 1 star?
SPOILERS AHEAD...do not read further if you havent read this book.
At the half way point in the book Law,Ezra and Nia have used some old maps to find long forgotten basements of houses that were torn down years ago. They find the last one and Law goes down with a camera phone and a flash light. He finds the killer's torture cell. It is of course awful and bloody, we know from previous books that there are shackles. He finds a bloody saw that the killer has been using to cut up the women. Law takes pictures.He tells Nia he wishes he hadn't seen the place because now it's in his head forever. They go to her cabin and it's been destroyed,ripped to shreds.Then they go to Law's house and he tells her she does not want to see these photos. He deletes the photos after emailing them to Remy. Okay, Law leaves his cell phone on the counter and takes a shower. Of course Nia HAS to see the photos so she opens the email and looks.IT SO BAD SHE IS ALMOST CATATONIC when Law finds her so............they discuss how to get these awful images out of their heads. It's so bad neither can sleep or close their eyes without seeing the images.
NOW comes the reason I gave the book a 1 star. Her niece was held in that basement, beaten, brutalized, raped, sodomized, tortured and choked to death.
(Nia and Law know this from the autopsy) and to sooth the awful images they have wild crazy sex,they even have a few words exchanged about submissivness and bondage and he would like to see her in black leather... WTF ??????????
I read alot of erotica and have no hang ups about sex but this was by far the most unlikely and badly placed moment in the history of books for an author to slip a little sex in. What person in the world would see what they seen and go straight to "Oh I'm so hot for you baby, I want to see you in black leather !!" instead of finding the nearest place to loose their lunch, unless they were as messed up as the killer in this book.
This one scene screwed up the whole book to the point that I have to rank it 1 star.!!
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A really suspensefully series. 26 de abril de 2012
Por Ezinwanyi - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle
This story is the conclusion of the Ash Trilogy, in which we were trying to figure out a murder plaguing the community in Ash Kentucky. I have to say that I liked the love stories in the prior books better, but I loved the last half of this book the best. I wasn't sure who the killer was, but I shouldn't have been surprised. Good job Shiloh Walker. He was a normal sociopath (LOL). Normal in that he fit into society and appeared to be a regualr person. Sociopath in that he was a freaking serial killer! A really good story.

If you remember from the previous book, Nia Hollister came back to town to expedite the investigation into her cousin Jolene's murder. She was definitely a strong woman, who didn't take crap from anyone. She carried her own gun, and she made sure people knew she wasn't going to be anyone's victim. She made her appearance in book 2 where she pulled a gun on Edward Lawson Reilly ("Law") and his friend Hope. Hope had been a suspect in the murder but was later cleared. But Law felt a connection to Nia and chose to protect her during that incident. From then on, Law and Nia felt a pull towards each other.

The one thing with Nia is that she is head strong. She uncovers evidence that the person from Book 2 is NOT the murder. So Nia begins gathering evidence to support her believe that her cousin's killer is still out there. She wants to make sure her cousin/best friends killer was brought to justice, but now Nia has stirred up the hornet's nest. The killer starts with subtle threats but now started losing control as Nia was getting others to buy into her suspicion. Nia, Law and the rest of their crew have to quick uncover the killer's identity before one of them become a casualty. Nothing like fear, grief and adrenaline to build up sexual tension and Nia and Law definitely gave in. Their relationship was too fast, but I guess they work. I wish the author built it up slowly like she did Remy and Hope's relationship.

In the end, I am happy Nia and Law finally came to terms with what they were feeling. The two of them deserve some happiness as they had the most intense relationship out of the other couples.

This story was a little frightening because that ticking time bomb nutjob was normal in some instances and crazy in the next minute. I think I should keep an eye on my neighbors for similar traits (just kidding, well maybe not). The ending was really satisfying. If you love suspense and romance, this trilogy is a must read for you.

**e-book received from Netgalley**
3 de 3 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
great finish to a strong series 28 de febrero de 2012
Por Harriet Klausner - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
Nia Hollister knows logically the law caught the killer Joe Carson who brutalized and killed her cousin Jolene six months ago in Ash, Kentucky. She saw his corpse, yet her instincts scream at her that something is not right. To obtain closure, she heads to Ash.

The only negative with her quest in her mind is in Ash is Law Reilly who she obsesses over as much as finding who killed Joely. Law reciprocates her attraction and goes up in her mind when he does not scorn her theory but actually supports her assertion. As Nia scrutinizes the police report and other related public documents, Law fears for her safety from an unknown enemy watching her. He will soon learn that sometime paranoia is justified when her room is haphazardly searched.

The final Ash romantic suspense is a great finish to a strong series. The overarching whodunit is brilliantly resolved while the romantic subplot takes a back seat to the increasingly dangerous investigation. Although it behooves the audience to read the previous novels in order (see If You See Her and If You Hear Her) as they build up and directly lead to this suspenseful climax, Shiloh Walker completes the fabulous Ash saga with another super entry.

Harriet Klausner
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Great ending to the series...super suspenseful!! 4 de marzo de 2012
Por Kate - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
IF YOU KNOW HER, by Shiloh Walker, is the suspenseful conclusion to the Ash Trilogy. Although these books tend to be an overall POV from the citizens of Ash, this book focused on the romantic relationship between Law, a ten-year resident of Ash, and Nia, a photojournalist who is the cousin of the woman who was murdered in If You Hear Her.

Throughout the books I've been patiently waiting for Law's turn at being the main POV and it finally came! Remy and Ezra are great characters but Law has always been my favorite. It took me a little bit to get used to Nia since her introduction to Law was anything but subtle but, as with the the rest of the characters in each book, I learned to like her too. Their chemistry was very (very very) hot and their relationship started off a lot different then others in the series. More of a lets bang then get to know each other but it definitely worked for me!

If I thought If You See Her was suspenseful, it had nothing on this book. The pieces started to fall into place about the killer relatively early in the book (thank goodness because I don't know how much longer I could have waited) and once they fell into place for the characters all hell broke loose. This person was not going down without a fight and seemed to appear on the heels of the Ash residents he wanted to hurt. By the second half of the book I literally could not stop. I blocked off time to just sit and read until I was finished. And the ending....it was goooood.

Once again Walker does not cease to amaze me and this series solidified my love for this author. I love how she is so versatile in the genres she writes and I will not not read a book she comes out with.

Overall, fantastic series. I am normally a paranormal buff but I think I will have to try more romantic suspense because I can't see to get enough now! Bravo Shiloh, bravo.
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Really need to read this Trilogy 17 de junio de 2012
Por Kelly - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
In If You Know Her, Nia is on a mission to find answers to her cousin's murder. Even if the man that they said killed her is dead and buried. Something is still not sitting well with her. Nia's gut is telling her that something is still very, very wrong. But what price is Nia willing to pay to get the answers she seeks?

Law has been fantasizing about Nia since the moment he laid eyes on her, even though they didn't meet under the best of circumstances. Now she is back, but he has no idea why. When Law learns why Nia is back, he is willing to do anything in his power to help her, protect her, as long as she promises to stay with him.

This was a disturbingly good book. If You Know Her is the final book in Shiloh Walker's Ash trilogy. We finally learn who the killer is and a little about what makes the killer tick. Throughout this whole trilogy I had my guesses of who the killer might be. Boy was I wrong!!! When I learned who, I was shocked to say the least. Why the killer did what the killer did was beyond disturbing. The lengths the killer goes to, to cover up the crimes is unbelievable.

I have REALLY enjoyed this whole trilogy, but If You Know Her has to be my favorite out of the three books. I loved that Law finally gets a small piece of happiness. That we also get to see the main characters from If You Hear Her and If You See Her and find out how they are doing. Shiloh did a great job on this whole series. Shiloh kept me guessing the whole time and completely disturbed me with how the killer went out their business.

If you love a good romantic suspense story you really need to check out Shiloh Walker's Ash Trilogy.

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