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Stormi's Review: Hidden (Bone Secrets #1) by Kendra Elliot

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Publisher: Montlake Romance

Released: July 17th 2012

Genre: Romance, Suspense

Length: 388 pages

Format: eBook, paperback, Audible

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Eleven years ago, the Co-Ed Slayer murdered nine female college students on the Oregon State University campus. Lacey Campbell barely survived his attack, but he killed her best friend, Suzanne, whose body was never found. Now a forensic odontologist analyzing teeth and bones for the state medical examiner, Lacey is devastated when she identifies Suzanne’s remains at a crime scene. She finds comfort in the arms of ex-cop Jack Harper, and sparks fly between them even as a new reign of terror begins. Someone is killing the witnesses who sent the Co-ed Slayer to prison a decade ago. All the evidence points to the Co-ed Slayer as the culprit, only he’s long since dead. So who’s the new killer? And is Lacey next in line to die?

Five Boundless Stars

Lacey works in forensics and while working a case the worst thing possible that could happen does. She knows the victim. It was her best friend from college. Her friend who was a victim of a serial killer. Lacey was the only one who got away. Now years later the body is found and all the connections have put Lacey in the spotlight again, but she isn't the only one. Jack, an ex cop and man who dated one of the murder victims, is also brought into the spotlight surrounding a new line of killings. Who is this killer? Wasn't he already caught and killed? Both Jack and Lacey are on a dangerous road. I'm not big on books like this, but I am glad that I decided to read it. It was definitely a page turner. Lacey is a great character and one that is easy to love and empathize with. The story itself is full of suspense with danger, action, and hints of romance around every corner. I've grown to dislike books like this because they are usually very predictable. This book was not like that. It kept me guessing from start to finish. The book was written very well. I'm impressed and will be reading more of this series.

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