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Download The Lullaby Girl Angie Pallorino #2 Mobi Ú 380 pages ¹ Loreth anne white ç Detective Angie Pallorino took down a serial killer permanently and according to her superiors with excessive force Benched on a desk assignment for twelve months Angie struggles to maintain her sense of iDetective Angie Pallorino took down a serial killer permanently and according to her superiors with excessive force Benched on a desk assignment for twelve months Angie struggles to maintain her sense of identity if she’s not a detective who is she? Then a decades old cold case washes ashore pulling her into an investigation she rec This book is a winner This book is the second book in the Angie Pallorino series This is such an excellent series If you haven't put this series on your list yet I suggest it It is a great thriller series I loved The Drowned Girls and this one is just as good This book starts up where the first book left off Since she killed the serial killer The Baptist Angie is now on disciplinary action and is demoted She now has an office job for 12 months She doesn't like her new job at all She loves being a detective She has a haunted past with a lot of memories She takes her anger out on Maddox A child's foot shows up on shore and it puts her into an investigation that she recognizes as personal There is a sex trafficking ring and Maddox realizes he has than Angie's emotional state to worry about Angie is looking for answers and doesn't give up to solve her case and almost risks her lifeI just love the author's writing style It just flowed so well I thought the first book was darker than this one I just loved this book It is so gripping and kept me turning the pages I just love Angie's character She just never gives up She makes a lot of wrong decisions and she is flawed from her past This book does have some twists and turns which I just loved This is a fast paced story There are so many secrets I can go on and on about how much I loved this book but I cannot come close to the justice that this book deserves It's a little dark and a little gritty but a very entertaining read This series is a must read for serial killer fans It will keep you up late and it is so hard to put down I highly recommend this book for Serial Killer fansI want to thank Netgalley Montlake Romance and the author for the copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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Gie’s emotional state to worry aboutDriven and desperate to solve her case Angie goes rogue risking her relationship career and very life in pursuit of answers She’ll learn that some truths are too painful to bear and some sacrifices include collateral damageBut Angie Pallorino won’t let it go She can’t It’s not in her blood EXCERPT It affected us all you know finding that bleeding and mute toddler inside She was a beautiful child that pale complexion the long dark red hair and that tattered little pink dress with frayed lace A pause We all thought someone would come forward to claim her instantly that she had to have some family who was missing her But no one did not a soul No mother presented at Saint Peter's with injuries later The other hospitals in this health care region reported nothing suspicious either It was a mystery An absolute mysteryTelltell me about the child Angie said her voice husky Her mouth had been slashed open by a sharp weapon it had sliced through both the upper and lower lips on the left side of her face She was bleeding copiously from the wound Blood saturated her dress the bassinet She was clutching the Teddy we'd placed inside like a lifeline Blood soaked the Teddy as well She was in shock grey eyes like saucers And she made no sound at all As though she was beyond crying and had perhaps been that way for a long time beforeTHE BLURB Detective Angie Pallorino took down a serial killer permanently and according to her superiors with excessive force Benched on a desk assignment for twelve months Angie struggles to maintain her sense of identity—if she’s not a detective who is she? Then a decades old cold case washes ashore pulling her into an investigation she recognizes as deeply personalAngie’s lover and partner James Maddocks sees it too But spearheading an ongoing probe into a sex trafficking ring and keeping Angie’s increasing obsession with her case in check is taking its toll However as startling connections between the parallel investigations emerge Maddocks realizes he has than Angie’s emotional state to worry aboutDriven and desperate to solve her case Angie goes rogue risking her relationship career and very life in pursuit of answers She’ll learn that some truths are too painful to bear and some sacrifices include collateral damageBut Angie Pallorino won’t let it go She can’t It’s not in her bloodMY THOUGHTS The Lullaby Girl by Loreth Anne White is a fast paced action packed read The storyline is complex without being complicated the writing punchy the characters interesting There is romantic content and reasonably explicit sexual content both of which are handled well and integral to the plot This is the second book in a series the first of which The Drowned Girls I have not yet read I probably should have as there are references to the content of that book throughout The Lullaby Girl But at no point when I was reading did I feel lost or out of the loop there was enough explanation of past events given to make everything clear The Angie Pallorino series is one I am going to follow with interest including going back to read the first book And at the end of The Lullaby Girl is a teaser for the third book in the series which has whet my appetite for A good solid ☆☆☆☆ read Thank you to Montlake Romance via Netgalley for providing me with a digital copy of The Lullaby Girl by Loreth Anne White for review All opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own Please refer to my Goodreadscom profile page or the 'about' page on sandysbookadaywordpresscom for an explanation of my rating system This review and others are also published on my blog

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The Lullaby Girl Angie Pallorino #2Ognizes as deeply personalAngie’s lover and partner James Maddocks sees it too But spearheading an ongoing probe into a sex trafficking ring and keeping Angie’s increasing obsession with her case in check is taking its toll However as startling connections between the parallel investigations emerge Maddocks realizes he has than An 475 stars New game New rules This was going to be her new life Hands down Angie Pallorino is one of my favorite lead characters She never played the victim card even though there were many reasons to wallow in pity and play that hand “I am not a victim” She leaned forward gaze drilling into his “Let’s get that one thing straight Officer Pietrikowski I’m a survivor That’s special victims one oh one” She paused waited for him to blink “You don’t call them victims to their face You don’t give them the burden of that label Then again you’ve probably never worked sex crimes or with special victims have you?”At the 23% mark this book sent me on a rollercoaster ride of emotions when a certain judgement was finally declared against Angie Yes it was a kind declaration and beyond fair based on her actions but my heart was shredded for her Okay so Angie was hard headed ruthless when there was a puzzle to be solved and she didn’t have that pack mentality She was imperfect in every way but I loved her resilience and hunger for truth love for the hunt and the way her entire identity was wrapped up in the detective lifestyle She’s one of those characters whose thoughts I didn’t mind skipping around in and watching as her moods shifted She didn’t exactly play well with others but she was a woman working within a male dominated field and her fellow co workers were chomping at the bit to see her fail The antithesis of a female doormat and fully non compliant from a management standpoint Angie had some noticeable TSTL moments brought on by impulsivity but what’s that saying? Go big or go home? Well Angie didn’t spend much time at home Her anger issues and rebellious attitude trickled down to affect every part of her life and she did not disappoint in keeping me glued to this book LovedI liked Maddocks in The Drowned Girls but I loved him in this installment He didn’t stonewall Angie even when she unleashed a slew of verbal hits He didn’t lash out or become combative Yes Maddocks made errors in regards to his relationship with Ginny but he became unselfish after prior experiences taught him to make amends and move forward While Angie gave him plenty of chances to exit their relationship he saw something so invaluable within her spirit that made him want to preserve their friendship and fight for her It was than just Maddocks needing to save her from herself Of course he recognized that Angie was in denial about certain things and overwhelmed with the massive roadblocks that life kept throwing her way but I loved that he loved her fighting spirit instead of being intimidated by her He knew just when to place his dominance card at the top of the deck and just when to shuffle it down to the bottom ▣ I also loved that the side characters weren’t depthless nitwits with short lived singular purposes No the side characters like Dr Jacob Anders were colorful and intriguing with highly interesting specialties Honorable mentionThere were insightful pieces sprinkled in about the nature of the relationship between Angie and her former partner Hash Hashowsky Those bits shed light on what contributed to Angie’s psychotic break which initially manifested itself in The Drowned GirlsOne last thingDetective Kjel Holgersen on Master Jack duty? Absolutely priceless▣ Oh and Leo Dear I cannot wait for your downfall so I’m celebrating in advance ▣ EnjoyedNetGalley ARC generously provided by Montlake Romance in exchange for an honest review