Special Agent Jess Harris has spent more than a decade studying the many faces of evil. In her determination to stop a serial killer, she broke the rules, and it cost her everything. With her career in need of resuscitation and her love life dead and buried, Jess jumps at a chance to advise on a case that has the top detectives of Birmingham, Alabama, stumped. But the case forces her to confront all the reasons she put her hometown-and her first love-in her rearview mirror.
Four young women have gone missing, and Police Chief Dan Burnett will do anything to find them before it's too late-even if it means asking for help from the woman who has spent a decade avoiding him. Jess agrees to lend a hand and welcomes the diversion of a new case, a new life to save to make up for the victims she's lost. But then the unthinkable happens: the crazed serial killer from her past follows Jess to Birmingham. The situation is becoming increasingly desperate-and time is swiftly running out .
This book starts out with Jess Harris coming back to her hometown of Birmingham, when her ex-lover calls her to help with a case of missing girls. Jess doesn't really have much else to do because of her career in the toilet, and she doesn't have a spouse anymore either. So she takes off to help Dan Burnett with the girls who are missing. As they work together they each start feeling things they thought were buried. And as things get more desperate in the case neither of them are sure which way to go to help find these girls.
This book was very good. It has lots of suspense, drama, and a little spark of romance. We also get to see different point of views through out the book as well. I love how at the end of this one it continues to make this a very intriguing series, and I can not wait to read more. I give very high praise for this one! It rocked!