Burned Too Hot (Val Ryker #2)



A SERIAL ARSONIST Someone Is Setting Fire To The Town Of Lake Loyal, Wisconsin, One Building At A Time And Police Chief Valerie Ryker, And Her Former Love, Assistant Fire Chief David Lund, Have A Hunch Who S Behind It A SPECTER FROM THE PAST Serial Killer Dixon Hess Almost Destroyed Val S Life, Along With Everyone Close To Her He S Vowed Revenge But How Can His Influence Of Evil Still Be Spreading When He S Safely Locked Up In The County Jail AN INNOCENT CHILD The Link Is A Kidnapped Toddler Hess S Son And Some People Will Stop At Nothing To See Father And Child Reunited Even If That Means Burning Everything To The Ground From Nationally Bestselling Romantic Suspense Author Ann Voss Peterson Comes The Second Novel In The Val Ryker Thriller Series, Following Her Hit Pushed Too Far Burned Too Hot Is A Superior Follow Up To Pushed Too Far, A Gorgeously Rendered Portrait Of A Perfect Little Town Shaken To Its Core By The Evil That Men Do Peopled With Characters You Ll Love, Villains You Ll Fear And Hate, This Book Has It All A Stunning And Simmering Summer Blockbuster Blake Crouch, Bestselling Author Of The Wayward Pines Series Burned Too Hot Is Approximately , Words LongBurned Too Hot (Val Ryker #2)

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  • 360 pages
  • Burned Too Hot (Val Ryker #2)
  • Ann Voss Peterson
  • 12 October 2017

10 thoughts on “Burned Too Hot (Val Ryker #2)

  1. says:

    This is the second book in the Val Ryker series A small town detective is hiding a big secret MS She is facing a firebug, a serial killer, and a search for a missing child All the while she s trying to deny her feelings for David Lund and her current symptoms.Now she has to find a missing child, and protect her niece from the man who claims to be her father At the same time, the firebug keeps burning buildings, each onedeadly than the last.The series is definitely a thrilling read T This is the second book in the Val Ryker series A small town detective is hiding a big secret MS She is facing a firebug, a serial killer, and a search for a missing child All the while she s trying to deny her feelings for David Lund and her current symptoms.Now she has to find a missing child, and protect her niece from the man who claims to be her father At the same time, the firebug keeps burning buildings, each onedeadly than the last.The series is definitely a thrilling read The characters are all a little damaged, but relatable My only regret is that next book is only coming soon.If you like a thriller set in an isolated town in winter, you ll love this one

  2. says:

    This book was good and interesting, and the plot was quite complex, but it didn t seem forced It did keep the reader interested and anxious to see what was going to come It kept the reader guessing There was some inconsistency in speaking of Emily s boss , in that the boss was sometimes referred to as he and sometimes she I expect that that was intended to keep the reader guessing, but I think it would ve been better to use different verbiage I do wish that we had an unsexed pronou This book was good and interesting, and the plot was quite complex, but it didn t seem forced It did keep the reader interested and anxious to see what was going to come It kept the reader guessing There was some inconsistency in speaking of Emily s boss , in that the boss was sometimes referred to as he and sometimes she I expect that that was intended to keep the reader guessing, but I think it would ve been better to use different verbiage I do wish that we had an unsexed pronoun, but that s not the author s fault I appreciate that the plural they was not used The incorporation of Val s problems due to MS was interesting, but I have no idea how realistic it was I have MS, and I am aware of that different people s experiences can be totally different It was fun to see one interpretation of the possible experience represented.My one complaint was that the ending seemed very abrupt When I first read the ending, my thought was What just happened Is it over I had to go back and reread the last three chapters, putting myself in a different frame so that I could put the right inferences and attitude on what was happening When I did so, it didn t seem quite as wrong, but it was still quite abrupt.Overall, it was a great and satisfying book I truly enjoyed reading it, and I really liked the plot twists

  3. says:

    A FIVE STAR T H R I L L ER WOW..this is a super sit on the edge of your chair THRILLER..action never stops, so get your drinks, snacks, comfortable chair, and get ready for non stop action, page after pageLove this series

  4. says:

    Again excellent, and I didn t guess the perp I do think, though, that Chief Valerie should have been a bitsuspicious of her ex claiming to be her niece s father Dixon Hess continues to be a monster Just starting book 3

  5. says:

    I am loving this series Interesting characters Plenty of mystery, drama and a romance in a thriller I like the envolment of all the citizens of this small town to help solve the events thst occur in each book Will be starting book 3 tonight to see how they get the killer.

  6. says:

    An arsonist is running around setting fire to different places throughout the town of Lake Loyal, Wisconsin While Val and Lund are attempting to restore order, Val receives a cryptic threat from Dixon Hess who is behind bars All this culminates into a police thriller where Lund and Val work entirely too hard and should probably take a vacation So yeah, I didn t find this one too suspenseful or thrilling I could see the elements there and I was blitzing through pages at certain points but it An arsonist is running around setting fire to different places throughout the town of Lake Loyal, Wisconsin While Val and Lund are attempting to restore order, Val receives a cryptic threat from Dixon Hess who is behind bars All this culminates into a police thriller where Lund and Val work entirely too hard and should probably take a vacation So yeah, I didn t find this one too suspenseful or thrilling I could see the elements there and I was blitzing through pages at certain points but it all just felt off I began this series due to the crossover between Peterson and Konrath and I may have been expecting agruesome and grotesque body of work This was similar to the Jack Daniels series except the relationship between Val and Lund played aimportant role to the crime and violence I can t fault Peterson for writing something that doesn t connect with me but I can say that this work is a bit of a disconnect from what made Konrath s books great With the pros, I would say the writing was good It was easy to follow and you could truly feel what this fictitious town is like The evil in Hess was palpable and the push and pull between Lund and Val was done well The twist and turns were sometimes predictable but there were also some that caught me by surprise The flip flopping between viewpoints was done well Oftentimes writers mess it up by trying to get too complex with the switches It was a good book that has left me anxious to read the final part of the series The conshmmmm.The names and roles of the side characters became a bit confusing at times I found myself x rayingthan once to remember who the person was that hadn t made an appearance in 100 pages That s all I can really think of The book is worth a shot If you like it, you like it If you don t, you don t You can t say that the writing is terrible though The book is well put together and is definitely an interesting read

  7. says:

    Time to move on to book 3 to see what happens next.

  8. says:

    Spine tingling, on the edge of my seat, leaves me breathless However, while it is all these and , I should have realized that it is really a trilogy orThe antagonist continues on and on Somehow, this super psychopath manages to make women fall for him so he can then torture and kill them They risk their lives to serve him in what ever way they can He does not disabuse them, until it is too late Then, Police chief Val Ryker has problems of her ownmedical, family, and love life Spine tingling, on the edge of my seat, leaves me breathless However, while it is all these and , I should have realized that it is really a trilogy orThe antagonist continues on and on Somehow, this super psychopath manages to make women fall for him so he can then torture and kill them They risk their lives to serve him in what ever way they can He does not disabuse them, until it is too late Then, Police chief Val Ryker has problems of her ownmedical, family, and love life all serve as distractions that get embedded in the struggle for justice This story suddenly ends with the bad guy out of jail and on the run and Val trying to protect all she loves If I had known it was a Saturday matinee type book, I probably would not have started it I quit reading Patricia Cornwell s Kay Scarpetta novels, because of that mastermind criminal storyline which always has the protagonist fighting for life

  9. says:

    Raging FiresLake Loyal Police Department hired their first female police Chief of Wisconsin, Valerie Ryker who finally succeeded in the capture of a horrific killer, Dixon Hess Grace her young but very intelligent niece, worked with her on his record, and came across information that led to his convictions of murder and maybe rape An interesting mystery that has several twists including Val and the Assistant Fire Chief have a romance that can t continue, the main problem to solve of someone is Raging FiresLake Loyal Police Department hired their first female police Chief of Wisconsin, Valerie Ryker who finally succeeded in the capture of a horrific killer, Dixon Hess Grace her young but very intelligent niece, worked with her on his record, and came across information that led to his convictions of murder and maybe rape An interesting mystery that has several twists including Val and the Assistant Fire Chief have a romance that can t continue, the main problem to solve of someone is setting fires, and no leads to the suspect who it might be the firebug

  10. says:

    The second book in the Ryker Lund series Dixon Hess, who has been found guilty of the murders from the first book, is in the local jail awaiting sentencing At the same time someone has been setting fires in the town, one of which proved fatal A two year old boy and a 12 year old girl have gone missing, someone from Ryker s past has shown up unexpectedly, and her niece Grace has been the subject of a chilling promise sent to Hess by an unidentified fan How many will die before those responsib The second book in the Ryker Lund series Dixon Hess, who has been found guilty of the murders from the first book, is in the local jail awaiting sentencing At the same time someone has been setting fires in the town, one of which proved fatal A two year old boy and a 12 year old girl have gone missing, someone from Ryker s past has shown up unexpectedly, and her niece Grace has been the subject of a chilling promise sent to Hess by an unidentified fan How many will die before those responsible for this wave of trouble are finally caught

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