Cancel anytime. Three cases - two missing persons and one apparent suicide - are pushing PI Jessie Cole and crime reporter Ben Morrison closer to the edge. Private investigator Lizzy Gardner believed in law and order once. But after losing a loved one to a killer and watching too many vicious predators game the system and walk free, she's traded flawed justice for perfect vengeance. And those who do - including his father, imprisoned for a shocking crime - are stirring disturbing memories given up for dead.
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Cancel anytime. Three cases - two missing persons and one apparent suicide - are pushing PI Jessie Cole and crime reporter Ben Morrison closer to the edge. Private investigator Lizzy Gardner believed in law and order once.
But after losing a loved one to a killer and watching too many vicious predators game the system and walk free, she's traded flawed justice for perfect vengeance. And those who do - including his father, imprisoned for a shocking crime - are stirring disturbing memories given up for dead. Then Jessie is sidetracked by a surveillance request from a suspicious husband.
An ordinary case, until the cheating wife and lover are found murdered. Life for private investigator Lizzy Gardner will never be the same. He's in a coma now, and Lizzy is being forced to make a decision she might not be able to live with. But a string of deaths has forced her to get back to work. While they appear to be unrelated accidents at first glance, a closer look shows they all have something in common. In another life, before human traffickers murdered her husband and stole her children, Faith McMann was a wife, mother, and teacher.
Now she has become Furious, a merciless avenger on a deadly mission to retrieve her young son and daughter, no matter the cost. Twenty-one years ago, Carol Fullerton's car was found abandoned by the side of a California highway. The teenager hasn't been seen or heard from since, and the case has long since gone cold. Now Carol's mother is dying. But before she draws her last breath she wants to know, once and for all, exactly what happened to her daughter Six months ago, Diane Kramer emptied her savings account and vanished.
According to her sister, the only clue is her obsession with a charismatic weight-loss guru. When you search for the missing, there's no telling what you'll find. PI Jessie Cole learned that painful truth firsthand when her sister disappeared. Now a new case will test Jessie and Ben once again. The year is Familiar objects become a blur as she is swallowed in darkness. Suddenly Alexandra is standing in the middle of Central Park, but she has no time to ponder on the wondrous powers of the stones or the amazing sights before her When her publicity stunt is revealed, he becomes enraged by her deceit and dangerously unhinged.
When her friends mysteriously begin to vanish and damning evidence points to Madeline, she turns to private investigator Lizzy Gardner for help. All but Lizzy Gardner. She is determined to bring this psychopath to justice before he has the chance to claim another victim. Escaping from a madman should have been the end of her nightmare. Instead it was only the beginning Lizzy Gardner was just seventeen when she was kidnapped by the psychopath known as Spiderman, a serial killer terrorizing her California hometown.
Imprisoned and tormented for months, Lizzy narrowly escaped with her life and Spiderman vanished without a trace. But if she thought he would forget her, she was dead wrong. Faith McMann comes home to a nightmare: her husband is killed and her son and daughter are taken. Although the intruders leave her for dead, she survives.
Crippling grief and fear for her children make life unbearable. Until her anguish turns to anger The happy life Faith McMann knew as a wife, mother, and teacher was destroyed when vicious criminals murdered her husband, kidnapped her children, and left her for dead.
After paralyzing grief, fear, and despair, there was nothing left for her to feel But striking a staggering blow against a brutal ring of human traffickers was just the beginning of her uphill battle. Ten years ago, PI Jessie Cole and reporter Ben Morrison each suffered a tragedy that changed their lives - and now these two strangers are about to share a nightmare.
For Jessie, who makes her living finding missing persons, no case has consumed her more than the disappearance of her younger sister, Sophie. But left alone to raise Sophie's daughter, she realizes that solving the case has become an unhealthy obsession. After taking out a covert facility run by the Commission, a deep-state syndicate, Nathan Stone has made powerful enemies.
But the organization wants payback. They instruct him to neutralize journalist Mark Mahoney, to whom Stone had previously leaked documents about the Commission and their deadly conspiracy. Now, Nathan Stone has a choice: neutralize Mahoney and kill the story for good, or lose the only family he has left When seven-year-old Lucy Ross is snatched from the carousel in Denton city park, Detective Josie Quinn joins the frantic search.
Unfortunately so did the killer, vanishing without a trace into the vast wilderness. Growing up, Jill Garrison never daydreamed about having the perfect wedding. Instead, she dreamt about having a baby. Boy or girl, it didn't matter. Determined to realize her lifelong dream of having a baby, Jill spends years searching for a company CryoCorp that provides high-quality donor sperm. She doesn't waste any time moving from New York City to California to start over. And she keeps her appointment with CryoCorp.
She may never have the wedding or the husband, but nothing is going to stop her from having a baby. She's tired of everyone telling her what to do. The baby she's carrying is hers and hers alone. Nobody can take that away from her. Or can they? What did you love best about Having My Baby? Good book. Fun to listen. Excellent narator. Who was your favorite character and why? The main character. He is the man every woman dreams of. Which scene was your favorite? I don't know.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry? I like this book. It's real fun to read it. Any additional comments? Easy to read. Should have listened to the sample, my mistake. Really would have been mad if I had wasted a credit on this, got it on the cheap sale. The story itself wasn't so bad, predictable but sometimes I'm in the mood for a romance like this one.
But the narration was so annoying I could hardly finish it. Every voice had some kind of gravelly note to it, and the voice of the little girl I could hardly stand at all.
Will never listen to another book by this narrator. Too bad as the story itself was ok. Jill never expected to work so hard for the one thing in life she wanted. She never expected to have that one thing belong half to someone else. She never expected that someone else to want to be so much a part of her life.
She never expected her life to go the way that it was going. Now she has a dream, a wish, a hope, and a pray all at her feet. There were no real standout points for me in the audio, narration, or even the story. It was something to pass the time and enjoy a story while doing it. Absolutely loved Sarah narrating. She really brought the book to life! I would defiantly recommend this book.
Narrator was pretty good. Was a pretty uncomplicated story with a not so surprising ending. The story was cute The dialog was so cheesy and the characters didn't' seem real. I can't put my finger on it but it reminded me a lot of the stories on the fan-fiction sites or on other amateur writing sites.
What made the experience of listening to Having My Baby the most enjoyable?
Having My Baby
All he wanted was a couple of ibuprofen and a few minutes to himself, but the moment he walked through the side door, what he got instead was a high-pitched shrill that pierced his skull and made him forget all about the pain in his right knee. Bypassing the kitchen, he made his way toward the noise, favoring his bad leg now that no one could see him. The awful sound was coming from his old bedroom. He opened the door, frowning when he saw a portable crib in the middle of the room, the room he planned to sleep in tonight. He leaned over the crib. The baby looked fine: No horrible smells. Nobody bothering it.