Vulnerable: Morgans of Nashville Series, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The Nashville woods hold a killer's deadly secrets in this cold case thriller by the New York Times best-selling author of You're Not Safe.
Years ago, three Nashville teenagers went into the woods for a hike - and only one came out. While her two friends disappeared without a trace, Amber Ryder was discovered at the bottom of a ravine with a broken arm, head trauma, and zero memory of the horror that put her there. With no leads, the investigation hit a dead end.
Now another woman's body is found it the woods. When the trail leads to the missing teens' remains, the cold case becomes a fresh hell for forensic technician Georgia Morgan. But while Georgia works with Amber to try and reawaken her memories, her gut tells her the worst is yet to come.
Homicide Detective Jake Bishop can't be sure whether Amber is an expert manipulator or the killer's next target. Either way, he's determined to protect Georgia. Because the more she digs into the past, the more deadly secrets emerge. And a nightmare years in the making is about to come to a bloody, terrifying end.
Contains mature themes.
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|Listening Length||11 hours and 46 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||October 26, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #61,392 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1,384 in Psychological Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,450 in Police Procedural Mysteries
#1,524 in Crime Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
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Amber played a huge roll in this story, she was the key suspect five years ago and ended up being the mastermind behind the entire thing. Very rarely does this author give away her killer so early. Having said that, she did plant many doubts along the way. I was on the fence about Amber from page one. She was a true sociopath and this book gave you a glimpse of how truly dangerous someone like that is....and how truly evil.
This as I said was different, not at all what I expected but definitely one I enjoyed.
stand only books. But this series is worth ordering. Cliff hangers always I can usually guess whose doing what but not with these books. Recommended
I enjoyed the characters of the Morgans. I also enjoyed Jake and Georgia very much. It is neat to see the interactions of a tight knit family.
The storyline is a bit convoluted and very confusing. Even at the end when it is all explained it doesn’t really come together well.
The character-development is well done, but what the characters do is bizarre. It often seemed like the author was putting them in situations where she could throw in another graphic sex scene. The plot did not develop smoothly nor did the relationships.
This leads me to the graphic sex scenes. Reading the prologue I questioned whether to continue on with the book. It is very graphic. I don’t really enjoy those kind of descriptions. They did not fit on the overall storyline well and seemed to be gratuitous at best. At worst, they were so repetitive they became trite. Apparently the author only knows a few moves that need to be repeated with each scene.
Overall, it could have been a great storyline, but fell short. I won’t be seeking out any other of the author’s novels.
I liked both of the main characters, Jake and Georgia, but there wasn't enough of a relationship buildup for this to really be a romantic suspense. On a hotness scale of 1-10 (with 10 being smokin'), I would rate this one at about a 2.
The mystery element was pretty good, but I figured out who the "bad guy" was early on, so that detracted somewhat from my enjoyment of the book. Sometimes, even if I figure out whodunit early in a story, I'm still able to be engaged in the material and remain into it. That wasn't the case here. I think there just wasn't enough intensity throughout the book.
Thankfully, I got this one on the cheap. I paid a buck or two for it, and honestly, that's about what it's worth. I don't recommend paying full price for this one unless you're really into tame, middle-of-the-road mystery/suspense stories.