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Kiss Me, Kill Me Epub ´ Kiss Me,  Epub / She s protected him since the day he was born Since the day the LIE BEGANA long ago act of kindness to a desperate woman changed Dr Carrie Overton s life forever Before disappearing, the grateful stranger had given Carrie her newborn son When the woman is murdered, the secret becomes Carrie s aloneShe had kept both it and her son, Sam, safe for sixteen years But now a friend of Sam s has gone missing The police believe he s a runaway until he s found dead Then another teen disappears, and talk turns to that long ago murderNewcomer Gabriel Cain is asking too many questions, befriending Sam, getting too close Carrie distrusts him even as she finds herself falling for him But Gabriel has secrets, tooIs it time for the lying to end


10 thoughts on “Kiss Me, Kill Me

  1. Dawn ♥ romance Dawn ♥ romance says:

    I enjoyed this romantic suspense with plenty of action that moved right along I liked each of the different personalities of the four main characters The plot was good leading me down a who done it path then throwing a surprise twist Best friend of Dr Carrie s teenage son is missing and out of towner Gabe joins the volunteers in searching for him.


  2. Barbara ★ Barbara ★ says:

    Though this book stands on it s own, it would help with the back story if you read the first two in the series first Dr Carrie Overton has basically been on pins and needles for 16 years because of the secret that could yank her medical license When a young girl gave birth on the side of the road and promptly disappeared late to wind up dead , childless Dr Overton took the


  3. April April says:

    Maggie Shayne delivers an uncompromising, impossible to put down and addicting story of suspense in her latest release, Kiss Me, Kill Me.Yearning for motherhood but told, medically, that this would be an impossibility, Dr Carrie Overton meets fate one late night, as she helps a young mother deliver a baby along the roadside When she returns from searching for help, Carrie dis


  4. I& I& says:

    This was a good read It was part mystery, part love story There was very little violence, no sex, and no bad language That was a refreshing change of pace from some of my usual reads The mystery part had a nice surprise at the end and a neat, Stephenie Meyer like ending I have to say that I m a sucker for an all tied up ending The premise is unique I was drawn to the story just


  5. Darla Stokes Darla Stokes says:

    Sixteen years ago, Sam was born on the side of a road His birth mother disappears and ends up murdered, and he is secretly adopted by the doctor who delivered him Now his best friend is missing.This is the third book in a trilogy, and I don t think I have the first two I haven t read them, at any rate But it really didn t feel like I d missed anything I didn t even realize until


  6. L.A. L.A. says:

    Sixteen years ago a child was born Sixteen years ago a young woman who had just given birth to a baby was found murdered The child was never found and the murder was still in the books In Shadow Falls, sixteen year old children are disappearing, one by one When the first one, Kyle, is found dead, Carrie Overton, the local doctor, begins to panic She has a secret that she has been k


  7. Sarah Sarah says:

    3 stars for Kiss Me, Kill MeShe s protected him since the day he was born Since the day the LIE BEGAN.A long ago act of kindness to a desperate woman changed Dr Carrie Overton s life forever Before disappearing, the grateful stranger had given Carrie her newborn son When the woman is murdered, the secret becomes Carrie s alone.She had kept both it and her son, Sam, safe for sixteen y


  8. Mary Mary says:

    This final book in the Secrets of Shadow Falls trilogy was not as good as the others but was still a good read The final secret is revealed but the ending seemed to be missing something I would like to have had an epilogue to bring all the main characters together one last time I do like Maggie Shayne s romantic suspense novels so I would recommend this whole trilogy.


  9. Paula Paula says:

    Good readThis was the third in a series and it answered many of the questions from the first and second book All these books can stand alone, but I would recommend that you read them in order They are well worth the read.


  10. Guylaine Boisvert Guylaine Boisvert says:

    Nice book, but the culprit was obvious from the start, as well as the misdirections I liked that you don t need to read the other books in the series to enjoy this one The main characters are well defined, but the supporting cast is a little bit stereotypical.


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