See How She Dies by Lisa Jackson

See How She Dies

Fear is just the beginning . . . London Danvers disappeared almost twenty years ago. The youngest child of hotel tycoon Witt Danvers--and the only child with his second wife, Kat--London hasn't been seen since. Over time, many women have claimed to be the long-lost heiress. Adria Nash is the latest. But from the moment Zachary Danvers sees her, he believes Adria is different. For one thing, Adria looks just like Zachary's former stepmother. For...

Details See How She Dies

TitleSee How She Dies
Release DateNov 27th, 2018
GenreRomance, Romantic Suspense, Mystery, Fiction, Suspense

Reviews See How She Dies

  • Barbara ★
    The fact that the hero (yeah right) had sex with his step mother just grossed me out. The added fact that he also knowingly had sex with his step-sister (same father) was just too much for me. I just couldn't get past the yuck factor though the author tried to get past this fact in the last chapter. LAME!!!And don't even get me started on Nelson, Jason and Trisha. What a bunch of money-grubbing assholes. Not a likable on in the entire bunch. They...
  • Brodiebert
    you know it's bad when you are composing the bad review in your head while you are still listening to it.The only good thing about this book was that I didn't know 'who dun it?' until the end, that's the only thing that kept me hanging on. SPOILERS AHEADFull of plot holes -they can't do a DNA test to see if she is London because the parents are dead, yet the siblings are alive and kicking, so they could have easily checked them. Also if you're go...
  • Nancy
    Yuck. How is this rated so high. Narrator good but story is just so weird and unbelievable. And Judy yuck. Gave up around 60%.
  • MuchAdo
    (the identity of the villain is not revealed. Spoilers concern more the 'convtroversial' -for some- relationships in the book)I must say that I find all those 'outraged' reviews really really amusing. For I always thought that one reads RS for the darkness and the ambiguity, and for having a peek into the forbidden, the repressed, the unconfessed. If you don't want the darkness of sexual desire to drive the story, then don't read (or write in) th...
  • Alasandra Alawine
    Possibly one of the stupidest plots ever. Adria Nash shows up claiming to be London Danvers who was kidnapped from her very wealth family as a child.Her half-siblings of course are convinced she is yet another fake even though she bears a strong resemblance to their Step-Mother Kat. Jason (the eldest) hires a private detective to dig up dirt on Adria and uncover the truth. And Zach and Adria fall deeply in love with each other, which is sickening...
  • Steve Center
    This book is a romance novel. A cheesy romance masquerading as a suspense thriller.
  • Jorran
    Cannot finish this book.
  • Ashley Macdonald
    It took me a while to finish this and I really only enjoyed the ending and beginning out of the whole book. However, even the parts I enjoyed were a little forced. I found the middle of the book so damn boring, it was a struggle to keep reading. I know it’s not how the story goes but I feel like Adria did have options for paternity tests even through using any of the other Danvers’ DNA.I felt like things just jumped around a little too much a...
  • Kate
    it was on okay mystery-lots of red herrings to keep you guessing. But the half sister and brother have sex throughout and there is lots of incest with the stepmom and son and it just grossed me out I have to say. It could also have been about 75-100 pages shorter and wouldn't have hurt the mystery.
  • Taylor Fenner
    Review to Come
  • Heather
    Awful, just awful. Couldn’t keep going. Far too much sappy emotional romantic angst between family members. Gross. I didn’t realize this was a romance novel, are they all like this? Ugh, awful. Barely a thought crosses anyone’s mind that doesn’t involve sexual desire and lust and greed, so the characters are god-awful boring. I can’t fathom how anyone gave this novel 3+*s. Awful.
  • Peggy
    I really liked it you got Andria tneli, girl taken at age 4 froma very wealthey family. Now 20 years later she returns to clam her birth right.Only to fall in love with her half broutner. The big mystry is hopig one of them is not realted. There is mystry here and some who done it. Zac and Andra do find there answer and it an't like you think. Ver very good book I loved it from the frist page. 1/279/2013
  • Tanya
    WOW...What a great book! I was a little grossed out by the relationship of the main character and her interest, but since it happened more towards the end of the book, there was no way I was going ti stop reading it! =)
  • Lillian
    just okay story. I am annoyed by all the typos, though - don't authors have editors and proof readers anymore?
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  • Chana
    Sex and nonsense, but readable.
  • Sam
    This book was bad. Like, I hate read it because I was 200 pages in and I couldn’t stop bad. There are editing errors such as one place where there’s a 1 instead of an uppercase I. This book has been republished twice, how does that get missed???Also, can we talk about how the major plot point is IS IT OR IS IT NOT INCEST? Like, you can tell the author is coming from a romance background, but there is nothing sexy about a hot sex scene with he...
  • Judi Mckay
    Only 2 stars for this and that’s because the overall plot was a good idea, albeit one that didn’t achieve its potential here. I thought it was a thriller; the back cover description seemed to confirm that and my library was pushing it. In fact it was more of a bad romance novel. I only read to the end because I wanted to find out how she’d write herself out of the love plot she’d created, and even that felt a bit contrived when it was rev...
  • Andrea
    3.5 stars for entertainment value.Mystery about an heiress who was kidnapped at a very young age and was never recovered. After a deathbed confession from her adoptive father, Adria believes that she might be the missing woman and goes to confront her relatives. In these days when every reader is aware that a couple of cheek swabs would settle the matter out of hand, it seems there's much ado about very little, despite the bazillion-dollar inheri...
  • Karolina
    An intriguing novel that explores the complexity of love, and delves into the darkest spaces of familial relations. The novel does a very good job of catching the readers attention and makes us feel different emotions as the plot unfolds. Jackson manages to bring life to each of the characters, and although there are quite a bit of them this only adds to the story, due to the fact that the plot is propelled by interpersonal relationships. The mai...
  • Lindsey
    Oh my. While this was probably not the worst book I've ever read, and I did actually finish it - I just couldn't handle the plot line. It was like a bad 70s/80s soap opera that has jumped the shark. I mean, the love interests are potentially brother and sister!!! Seriously, in a real situation like that you most certainly would WAIT until you knew for sure whether you were brother and sister or not before you fall in love with each other. Beyond ...
  • Rachel Lowisz
    This book had a very original plot, but that’s where the good parts of the story end. To try and make finishing the book more bearable, I made up a drinking game. Take a shot any time: - the word “sensual” is used- the author uses a word incorrectly- we get to hear in great detail how a male is becoming aroused- the phrase “looks so damn much like Kat” is used- you think you’re going to puke from all the cheese- incest or a weird sexu...
  • Keisha
    I have read several Lisa Jackson books and I usually enjoy her books. This one was completely different. The characters were not likable and the whole will they won't they with two characters who thought they could be half brother and sister took me all the way out of enjoying this book. Were we always supposed to think that they weren't half brother sister so we wouldn't be creeped out by their mutual attraction? If so, it didn't work.Hard book ...
  • Tiffani Erickson
    This book has been more about how everyone is fantasizing about the stepmother and wanting to bed her and less about the missing girl and what secrets she has and why someone wants her dead. I'm so intrigued about the murder-suicide of the stepmother and why someone wants her dead and yet none of my questions are getting answered and I'm halfway through the book. After finishing, the only good part was the first and last 2 hours of this 17 hour a...
  • Phyllis
    Fairly interesting mystery but wrapped in a "love" story. Very wealthy family's father dies and leaves half of his estate to a daughter that was kidnapped 20 years ago and presumed dead. When a girl turns up claiming to be the long lost daughter, all hell breaks loose.there are "instant" sparks between her and her half brother (that's the love story) but the how and why she disappeared is more interesting.In the end she gets the cowboy.
  • Patty
    Ok, so I really liked "You Will Pay", so I decided to read "See How She Dies". They were so similar in plot line that it made me wonder if she uses the same premise for all her books. Rebellious sons with hateful fathers, screwing their stepmothers, brothers who hate each other and don't hesitate to brawl with each other and then the person doing all the killing is most of the bad stuff is mother's and stepmothers. I hope the next book proves me ...
  • Jennifer
    Ok , I want to be clear (I Love Lisa Jackson ) but this was a hard read for me . Maybe a DNA test could have helped . It was a good story maybe the editing could have been a little better at cutting some of the repeated stuff out . It was a little too long . Not my favorite but not the worst I have read . Maybe went a little too far with the step mother affair it !
  • Chris Birdy
    If this story was set in the south or southwest, I'd swear it was written by Sandra Brown. A long lost heiress comes to Portland to claim her birthright. Being the major beneficiary of her father's estate makes London a target for her treacherous siblings. All but one scheme and plot to get rid of her, and that one falls in love with her. What a mess!