Welcome back to Virtue Falls, Washington, where one woman is being held captive by her own delusions. . .
The survivor of a college dorm massacre, a woman accused of her lover’s murder, Madeline Hewitson is haunted by ghosts and tormented by a killer only she can see. She’s living in a nightmare, and fears no one will ever understand—nor believe—her until, one night, she crashes her car into her neighbor’s house. There she finds Jacob Denisov, a military veteran who exists in his own world of darkness and self-destruction. Jacob recognizes a kindred spirit in Maddie, and wonders what she fears more than herself. Has someone caught her in a twisted labyrinth of revenge, redemption, and madness? With Jacob’s help, Maddie might just find a way to fight back when her imaginary killer takes form. But will she be strong enough to triumph—or is she up against no more than a shadow, an illusion…that is watching Maddie’s every move?
“Smart, dramatic…with unexpected twists, psychological tension, and emotional depth.”—Kirkus Reviews on Christina Dodd's Because I'm Watching.
About the Author
Christina Dodd is the author of many New York Times bestselling romance novels, including the Virtue Falls series. She has won numerous awards: Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart and RITA Awards.
Praise for Because I'm Watching
“Two emotionally damaged characters find hope, self-forgiveness, and love in this exquisitely crafted, modern version of Gaslight that hooks readers and keeps them mesmerized until the end. A chilling and gripping tale, beautifully done.” –Library Journal (starred review)
"Romantic suspense favorite Dodd heads back to Virtue Falls for another smart, dramatic mystery that will keep readers flipping pages until the very end, with unexpected twists, psychological tension, and emotional depth. The traumatic back stories of the main characters set up a trail of believable misdirection and heart-stirring romance, while secondary characters add dimension and continuity to the vivid and entertaining world of this compelling series. Another Virtue Falls winner." —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“Scary, sexy, and smartly written, Because I’m Watching is Dodd at the top of her game.” —Booklist (starred review)
"Readers are in for a real treat...This incredible author offers up many twists and turns which will sound something like an Alfred Hitchcock narrative, as the two main characters are caught up in a world of oddities, creepiness and revenge. This is the third book in the Virtue Falls series and, if possible, the best yet!" —Suspense Magazine
"Intriguing...An engaging cast of Virtue Falls locals adds depth and multiple subplots." —Publishers Weekly
“From the opening page, Dodd reels readers into this eerie and darkly suspenseful tale that will remain with them long after they finish the book! A creepy classic.” —Romantic Times (4.5 star Top Pick review)
Praise for Obsession Falls
“Dodd delivers another white-knuckle tale of romantic suspense...The plot’s twists and turns are handled with a positively Hitchcockian touch, while the brilliantly etched characters, polished writing, and unexpected flashes of sharp humor are pure Dodd.” —Booklist (starred review)
“This one is impossible to put down. A remarkable, mesmerizing series.” —Library Journal (starred review)
Taut and enthralling, with romantic and supernatural embellishments that intensify the drama. —Kirkus Reviews
This gut-wrenching tale of determination and survival is amazing to read...This is one you won't soon forget! —Romantic Times (Top Pick)
“Christina Dodd mixes a chilling cocktail of suspense and romance…With enthralling characters and an intriguing and imaginative premise, this is a spooky, nerve-stretching read that is sure to please Dodd’s many fans.” –BookPage
Praise for Virtue Falls
A winning read. Intense and suspenseful, with touches of romance, humor and mysticism. —Kirkus Reviews
Megatalent Dodd returns with a truly stunning work of mystery, danger and romance. —Romantic Times (Top Pick)
“Dodd slowly ratchets up the suspense level to the breaking point, while introducing readers to the diverse and quirky characters…a nail-biting book.” —Booklist
“The characters are flawed, three-dimensional, and compelling.” –Library Journal