Pros: Absolutely fantastic conclusion to the trilogy; it had a lot to live up to and it pulled it off
Rating: 5 out of 5
It all started in If You Hear Her when Lena heard screams behind her house at night. She knew what she’d heard, but almost no one believed her except a state cop, Ezra King, who was taking a leave of absence from his job after an injury. Once a dead body finally showed up it wasn’t long before the small town’s population turned against one another and accusations flew, ultimately resulting in one of Lena’s friends, Law Reilly, and his friend Hope, being implicated in the crime. To make matters that much worse, Law gets severely beaten in an attack and it appears that Hope is the one who attacked him.
In If You See Her, small-town golden boy lawyer Remy Jennings has to somehow straighten out this mess while dealing with his growing feelings for Hope. Unfortunately, Hope’s abusive ex-husband now knows where she is and is determined to haul her back home with him. Meanwhile, there’s still a killer out there somewhere.
If You Know Her makes a perfect conclusion to this romance/suspense trilogy. Nia, the cousin and only family of the murdered girl, returns to Ash, Kentucky because she can’t let her cousin’s disappearance go. She’s sure the small-town cops aren’t doing enough to find out who did it, and she’s equally certain that they’re dealing with a serial killer who not only will strike again, but already has. She finds an unlikely ally in Law, who not only buys into what she’s saying, but is willing to help her prove it. He just doesn’t want to see her get hurt along the way…