Torn is the 4th book in the LOST series and I was excited to read it. I always wondered about Victoria and what her deal was. What makes someone want to be an forensic anthropologist? Why is is she so much better with the dead than living people? Does she purposely shut people out or is it something she's used to doing? Then you have Wade who has always been Victoria's protector of sorts.
When a case they are working on takes them to Savannah, Georgia things get complicated and dangerous. Victoria will soon know what it feels like to be stalked and hunted and the betrayal will cut deep when she finally figures out who the killer is. You never really know someone until they show you who they truly are. Sometimes by then it's too late.
Cynthia Eden has always known how to write a great tale and keep me dangling on the line. I'm completely addicted to this series and Victoria and Wade are just two more characters that have found their way into my heart.
At the end of Torn you will get to read a sample from the 5th book in the series, Taken.
In New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden’s latest novel featuring the Last Option Search Team (LOST), one agent’s investigation entices a killer into making her his prey.
PARTNERS . . . FRIENDS . . .
Forensic anthropologist Victoria Palmer has always been better with the dead than the living. Shutting down her emotions, she lets few people in. But then Victoria’s latest investigation takes her and agent Wade Monroe to Savannah, Georgia. Handsome, dangerous, and more than ready to play dirty on any case, Wade weakens Victoria’s aloofness with just one glance.
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Wade knows their recent cases have pushed Victoria beyond her limits. But her skills are crucial to finding a college student who went missing five years ago. Victoria is able to determine she was murdered, and that the killer is still on the loose.
And when the vicious murderer targets Victoria, Wade must do everything in his power to protect her . . . because he refuses to let a woman he loves be torn from him . . . again.