Repressed (Deadly Secrets) by Elisabeth Naughton #bookreview

This is a romantic suspense genre book. 





Hidden Falls is exactly as Samantha Parker left it—small, insular, and prone to gossip. Eighteen years have passed since she witnessed her brother’s murder, but she’s still the talk of the town. Until a handsome child psychologist with haunting memories of his own arrives.

Dr. Ethan McClane isn’t exactly a newcomer. If it weren’t for his latest case, he’d never set foot back in Hidden Falls. Thankfully, no one seems to recognize him as the troubled teen from years past. Not even Sam, the delightfully sharp and sexy high school chemistry teacher he can’t stop thinking about.

When Sam and Ethan work together to help one of her students, sparks ignite. But Sam’s hazy memories of a long-ago night concern Ethan, and unlocking the repressed images reveals a dark connection between them. As the horrors of the past finally come to light, their relationship isn’t the only thing in danger. A killer will strike again to keep an ugly secret hidden. This time no one will be safe.


Pretty good book that I’ve read. The suspense is there, the romance is there and some naughty scenes is there.

Samantha is a Chemistry teacher at Hidden Falls. She’s there for a short while as she needs to sell off her deceased mother’s place. But she couldn’t find any buyers in the meanwhile. While she’s teaching at Hidden Falls, someone wants Samantha gone. At first, she thought the pranks are by her students but the scare and threats escalate that she fear someone might be coming after her. But why? You need to read it and find out. 

I have a good time guessing the perps and I enjoy the journey the author brought me to. 


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