Before the Dawn (Killer Instinct #2)

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The Killer Instinct series from New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden continues as an FBI profiler tracks a case that resurrects ghosts from his past

Ex-SEAL Tucker Frost knows that the world is full of evil. He saw it in the face of his own brother, Jason Frost, a cold, methodical, sadistic killer. A killer Tucker put down with his own hands in order to save Jason's final victim--Dawn Alexander, the only girl who got away from the infamous "Iceman."

It's Tucker's up close and personal experience with evil that's made him perfect for Samantha Dark's experimental profiling division in the FBI. And when women start turning up murdered with the same MO used by the Iceman, Tucker is sent back to Louisiana to investigate.

Seven years have passed since the night that Tucker faced down his brother...and since he last saw Dawn, his one-time lover. But as Tucker and Dawn grapple with a desire that never died, they must also face the shared shadow from their pasts. Both have the same question--has Jason Frost come back from the dead to hunt again? And this time, will he succeed in killing the victim who got away?

Book Info

  • Original Title:Before the Dawn (Killer Instinct #2)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.4 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:9780373803217
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  • Publisher:Published July 25th 2017 by Harlequin Books (first published July 24th 2017)

Content

CHAPTER ONE

    “I’M GOING TO teach you to like pain.”

    Dawn Alexander felt the tears trailing down her cheeks. She could only stare at the man who stood above her, a man with a face that was so heartbreakingly familiar, and shake her head.

    Her hands were tied behind her back. The rough hemp rope bit into her wrists. She’d strained to break free for hours, and the rope had sliced into her wrists as she struggled. Each ankle was bound to a chair leg.

    And Dawn was in hell.

    He smiled at her. A smile that was wide and charming. A smile that flashed the dimple in his left cheek. “Right now, you don’t understand how good the pain will be. You still cry out when I hurt you.”

    He’d hurt her plenty. The nightmare wouldn’t stop.

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Sonya · 12-10-2018

Awesome read


Salti · 12-10-2018

Never bored to read this series


niki · 12-10-2018

loved the book, really good


ARIA · 12-10-2018

long book but a good read


u. · 12-10-2018

(still) oh, my..


Flor · 12-10-2018

Oh it was good and fun to reac!




Salti · 12-09-2018

Finally it's the end...So goood