Cyber Crime Series: Closure-Forbidden-Obsessed
Gripping FBI Crime… Agent Jessica Resario’s compulsion to protect teens from online predators only puts her life into
the hands of a serial killer. Old ghosts, secrets and an inevitable attraction to her boss, Tom, send her on an emotional roller coaster. Jess has mysteries of the past to solve and a serial killer to catch. Perhaps then she can confess her love…
In this sequel to Closure, Agent Jessica Resario continues to deliver spine-chilling seminars about internet predators. A seminar one night introduces her to the Bennetts’. They believe their teenage daughter has a stalker and is in danger. One desperate man forbids Jess to love another man. Another desperate man preys on a naïve teen. Both put Jess back in the line of fire and once again her life is put into the hands of a serial killer.
The FBI cybercrime series continues after Jess shoots Trevor Marshall in her kitchen. The man responsible for three murdered teens in the Bay area, her parents and her adopted daughter’s parents. Ten years before he stalked her without her knowledge. Her father kept it from her to protect her and sent her to the west coast for college. Marshall murdered her parents in his attempt to find her. Ten years later he’s successful but Jess is a compelled
FBI profiler who hunts internet predators. SSA Jessica Resario thought her life had settled; now there’s more
at stake. She stepped down as the team’s leader to be with her family and SA Mike Turner is promoted. A postcard shows up on her doorstep with the same three words used by Marshall - I Crave You. Mike promises to discover how it was leaked from the sealed case. When another postcard turns up at Jess’s beach house, Mike takes the team to the east coast. Only half the team makes it to the beach house. Old ghosts, secrets and with more at stake; Jess is determined to end this obsession and protect her family.
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