As a journalist and her crew hunt for the story it quickly becomes clear the story is hunting them.
We hopped on the phone with Austen after he returned from a golf game to get the latest on his relationship with Chelsea, how it feels to watch it all back, and why she’s all his friends can ask about.
Plus, he let us in on his friendship with Shep, how he really feels about bro code, and if he thinks he’s ready for marriage.
Being from Idaho, I can honestly say that the author, Rachel Gibson, has taken some creative license here.
Boise is not really a hot bed of murder, let alone a place you would typically find a serial killer. Sun Valley or Couer D'Alene or perhaps even Lava Hot Springs would have been a bit more believable.
I had to laugh when Detective Quinn asked Lucy if she had recently vacationed in Pocatello. But again, I give the author credit for taking some creative license and knowing that the book is fiction, I was able to put my realistic ideals behind me and I thoroughly enjoyed the book.