wicked fallout

Convicted of six murders when she was just fifteen, the notorious Ryann Wilkanson hasn’t been able to act on her darkest, deadliest urges for twelve years. She’s exhausted her appeals and has little hope of ever getting out of prison and back to hunting.

Until a media-hungry legal team mounts a campaign to do the impossible—get her immediately released with a commuted sentence.

Forensic psychiatrist Nancy Clafin has mere weeks to evaluate Ryann’s current mental state against her grisly past to determine if she’s changed. But under the shadow of her own questionable history, it’s not easy to separate her personal life from her professional duty.

At least that’s what Ryann is counting on.

Behind the cold steel doors of a Colorado maximum-security prison, will Nancy find a cold-blooded killer or a newly redeemed woman determined to right her past wrongs?

Review

I found this an interesting read, I liked being back in this world but found it not really a sequel more of another way of retelling what we already knew with a little extra. It was an interesting way to tell the story but I found the ending so bad. It was awful, there was so many ways this book could have ended and this was just so meh. I enjoyed the first 90% very much, it was good to get inside Ryann’s head again.

I did find the fact that Lucas was only mentioned but not there annoying because he was a much better character than Bay-ou. I am still convinced that Lucas is a killer too, I would his story explored

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