Killer Dreams (Iris Johansen)
Sophie Dunston is a researcher in sleep problems/sleep terrors etc. Her son also suffers from sleep apnea and terrors. She is trying to rid him of these terrors. But she has a secret past, a secret that could kill her.
Enter into her life is Matt Royd, unpredictable, ruthless and dangerous.
It seems he may be her only choice to stay alive, she must trust him it is her only change at survival. When her sons life is in danger, she moves forward with Royd to uncover the hidden truth and stop a madman before he destroys more lives.
A very good book and keeps you quessing about what is going on until the end.
Another great thriller from Johansen. Excellent read.
If we still had cable, I'd be able to watch a Lifetime movie instead of reading something like this. All the author's standalone books are very cheesy and formulaic, but I like to keep one or two around for when I need to shut my brain off. This was not her best in terms of suspense, and also because the hero is referred to as Royd. Very, very poor choice: âOh, Royd!â
This book was very good kept my interest read it in two days dang talk about a great story weaver...I will be reading more of her books...very soon..this copy is in no shapr to go anywhere though so is being donated to a local hospital...
Really enjoyed reading this book. Always keeps you turning the pages to read more.
Someone is watching. He's a shadowy figure from out of her darkest fears and he hasn't forgotten her. In one shocking moment of violence, he'd shattered Sophie's world forever. But the nightmare isn't over. Sophie was supposed to die the first time around, but fate intervened. This time he'll make sure that not even a miracle will save her.
Matt Royd is a wild card---- hard, cool, merciless---- and the man chosen to protect Sophie. She will have to trust Royd because she has no choices left. Because the bogeyman haunting her dreams is all too real and he's on the hunt again. Because the nightmare he's got planned for Sophie won't end when she wakes up screaming. It won't end. EVER.
Spell-binding--made me want to read it all in one sitting. True Iris Johansen style.