lethal lies picks up where deadly silence left off, with heath, ryker, and denver are still on the run from cobb and madison and they're still searching for the copper killer and keeping their heads above water.
anya best is at the center of the copper killer case. her fbi agent, loretta, dies trying to solve the case. she's got a background in criminal psychology and knows just how to push his buttons. and so when she announces that she's engaged to heath and the new location of his p.i. agency—conveniently close to the killer's latest attacks—on national television, well, she has a plan.
anya pushes all of heath's triggers, or really the one, woman in danger. he can't stay away from her and she's right that she is the key to cracking the copper killer case. but as heath and his brother's dangerous past begins to close in on them and things with the copper killer escalate, the tension hits a breaking point—and all hell breaks loose.
but the one thing that heath can focus on is keeping anya safe. she's gotten so far under his skin that there's no chance this fake relationship isn't becoming something real. even if it is insanity to connect with someone so viscerally when the world around them is blowing apart and coming together in the most horrific way.
what anya and heath go through will leave physical and psychological scars, but in each other they find safe haven. their moments of connection might be the calm in the eye of the storm, but those moments are powerful, meaningful, life-changing.
everything they endure leads up to what will be the thrilling conclusion to this series, twisted truths. i for one can't wait.
**lethal lies will publish on may 16, 2017. i received an advamce reader copy courtesy of netgalley/grand central publishing (forever) in exchange for my honest review.