Read Before the Dawn (Killer Instinct, #2) Online Free - 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?
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August 15, 2017
4 Frozen Stars
Seven years ago, someone was killing women; attractive young women. But before killing them, the perp tortured them and then put them alive into a freezer to froze their bodies. They named the perp "Iceman". Only one of the perps’s victims survived. Now after these years, some simil...
December 12, 2017
I respect the hell out of women, who fight back, who don't give up, who not only survive but repulse!
July 26, 2017
Cynthia Eden knows how to write second chance romances I adore. “I couldn’t see past him, when I looked at you.” Her voice had become a whisper. “And I’m sorry for that. You were the person I needed most back then, and you were the one I pushed away the hardest.” Dawn Alexander has loved Tuc...
July 28, 2017
4.5 stars - Romantic Suspense
Cynthia Eden writes tortured heroes and heroines, sadistic killers, and creeptastic, dark suspense really well. Even though I had a strong feeling about who the killer was for most of the book, it was still a twisted, gripping read that kept me on edge. I'm looking fo...
July 26, 2017
I feel like a broken record when I say that I love this author's books and one thing I can count on her is to give me a strong bada** heroine and an awesome hero too.
A heroine who can save her own a** and save the hero's too if needed.
As long this author keeps writing I'll keep buying and readin...
July 26, 2017
"Everyone faces the darkness sometimes. It’s just easier when you know you’re not alone in those shadows."
A escrita dessa autora é viciante! Mais uma vez não consegui parar de ler!
Apesar de ser narrado em 3ª pessoa, curti muito a narrativa, assim como gostei no primeiro livro!
August 18, 2017
Cynthia Eden’s Killer Instinct series focuses on FBI Agents that have had up-close and personal relationships with killers. Their dark pasts provide a unique perspective into the minds of killers, making them better at catching them. Or so they hope.
FBI agent Tucker Frost found out his brother,...
May 16, 2017
Three and a half
This started with such an incredible idea that I immediately felt thrown into this story. It's very hard hitting and so twisted that there's a moment or two when as a reader I really questioned who really is the bad guy! Then the story moves forward in time and we catch up with th...
July 21, 2017
Cynthia Eden can write romantic suspense with the best of them. I loved reading this book and want to dive right into more by her.
The Good: The opening sequence was written so well. It captured my attention exactly as it was meant to do and made me want to keep reading. The momentum continued thr...
August 21, 2017
Ms. Eden has a method to her writing and darn, it works every time! She combines thrilling suspense with intense emotions and sizzling chemistry into stories that a reader cannot put down or walk away from after the last word. I should know because I just spent this past weekend reading...