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The Intended Victim
The Intended Victim | Alexandra Ivy
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ONCE, SHE GOT AWAY The body lying on a cold steel slab bears all the hallmarks of the Chicago Butcher. Theres a cruel slash across her throat, deep enough to sever the carotid artery, and a small crescent carved into her right breast. Her delicate features are painfully familiar to Ash Marcel, once a rising star in the Chicago PD. But though the victim resembles his former fiance, Remi Walsh, he knows its not her. BUT THIS TIME Though Remi escaped a serial killer five years ago, her father died trying to save her. Grief and guilt caused her to pull away from the man she loved. Now Ash is back in her life, insisting that Remi is still in danger. ITS A DEAD END . . . Someone is targeting women who look just like Remi. With or without a badge, Ash intends to unmask the Butcher. But the killer isnt playing games any longer. Hes moving in, ready to finish what he started, and prove theres nothing more terrifying than a killers obsession . . . Praise for Pretend Youre Safe Alexandra Ivy gives readers a nice balance of romance and suspense in her fast-paced, well-plotted novel. Kat Martin, New York Times bestselling author A satisfying mystery . . . Ivy's clever foreshadowing keeps the tension high throughout this fast-moving tale, and the romance sizzles. Publishers Weekly A pulse-raising romantic thriller. BookPage
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MidnightBookGirl
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I read a lot of thrillers, but not a lot of romantic suspense, which is probably what category this book falls under. It's the fourth in a series, but they aren't particularly connected so it won't hurt to read out of order. I liked the book, although I figured out a major twist from the get go.

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MidnightBookGirl
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Started this last night, and I'm enjoying it even though it's the 4th in a series that I haven't read.

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