Monster in the Closet

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Monster in the Closet

The Baltimore Series

Monster’s are alive and well in our world. They may not be the monsters under our bed that scare little kids but they do exist. From the time she was little Taylor had to live with the knowledge that her father was a monster that could not be trusted. When new information comes to light she has to decide if she has the courage to face him and figure out what kind of a future she wants with him and his new family.

While this is going on you have a scared little girl who has witnessed the death of her mother by someone she could always trust and love. When that person comes after her and her sister the adults that are trying to help her have to ban together and protect them. Let’s not forget Ford, he's a handsome devil who is a great protector and loves looking after Taylor.

I love how Monster in the Closet gives you different points of view. You got to see how different characters felt and what their opinion on what was going on. You have new characters as well as few old ones and that brought the book together and made it great. I recommend this great read.

Book Blurb for Monster in the Closet

The New York Times bestselling author of Every Dark Corner returns to Baltimore, where a father-daughter reunion puts innocent victims in the sights of a stone-cold killer…

Baltimore PI Clay Maynard routinely locates missing children for clients, but his own daughter—stolen by his ex-wife—has eluded him for years. Until she turns up right under his nose…

Since she was a child, Taylor Dawson believed the lie her mother told her: that her father was a monster. But now she has a chance to get to know the real Clay while doing real work as an equine therapist, which includes helping two girls whose mother was brutally murdered. She might even find something deeper with her boss’s handsome son, Ford Elkhart, whose eyes are so haunted. But just as Taylor feels her life opening up to new family, work, and friends, a danger lurks in the darkness—one that will show Taylor the face of true evil…

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2017 4.50