Rebecca Reis considers abandoning her career as a novelist until she begins writing about convicted serial killer Thomas Eisenbrey.
Nicknamed the Hunter because of his penchant for targeting groups of hunters in the forest, Eisenbrey is the worst kind of psychopath. He is crafty, aloof, at times possessing a charm that is almost hypnotizing, and he's wheedling his way into her mind.
As her interviews with him in the Washington State Penitentiary progress, Rebecca finds herself having feelings for the last man in the world that she should, forcing her to ignore her attraction to the detective who is also vying for her affection. But when the Hunter escapes, she worries - who will he hunt next?
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I would listen to it again as I want to read the 2 nd book in the series so I would listen gain before reading the next episode.
Tom of course , he sounds sexy as hell. I like his manipulative nature.
Gwendoyn reading the book seemed to make it come alive , I felt like I was there involved with the characters.
I did get emotional at parts of the book more for Rebecca as her character got more and more involved with Tom.
I read this book first , then listened to it on audio. I loved reading the story but can honestly say as much as I love reading I am now a converted audio listener when I can I will use audio as well as reading. The story for me was a listen to the end even though I knew the outcome I still listened every chance I got and loved it just as much second time round