Three, Four ... Better lock your door

Three Four Better lock your door It was supposed to be a night of fun pleasure lust and pain for Susanne Larsen when she agreed to meet with a stranger from a SM chatroom She met him for dinner that later led to casual anonymous s

  • Title: Three, Four ... Better lock your door
  • Author: Willow Rose
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  • Page: 429
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  • It was supposed to be a night of fun, pleasure, lust and pain for Susanne Larsen when she agreed to meet with a stranger from a SM chatroom She met him for dinner that later led to casual, anonymous sex at the hotel room at the local inn.But someone else showed up in the room and suddenly it was no longer a game Zeeland Times star reporter Rebekka Franck and her phoIt was supposed to be a night of fun, pleasure, lust and pain for Susanne Larsen when she agreed to meet with a stranger from a SM chatroom She met him for dinner that later led to casual, anonymous sex at the hotel room at the local inn.But someone else showed up in the room and suddenly it was no longer a game Zeeland Times star reporter Rebekka Franck and her photographer Sune are covering the case for the news paper and soon they find themselves deeply involved in a story of terrifying horror and ugly secrets Three, Four Better lock your door is a thrilling Scandinavian Mystery novel from the International Bestselling author Willow Rose It is the sequel to the International bestseller One, Two He is coming from you

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    1. Willow Rose Never failsJust like the first in this series, Three, FourBetter Lock Your Door has you on the edge of your seat or holding your stomach hoping to not vomit.s, some scenes certainly churned my stomach. But reading Willow's books is something I just can't NOT do.

    2. This is tough, I'm torn because I liked the 1st book, despite some of the grammar/syntax issues. However, I've found this one painful to read for a variety of reasons, all of them personal. My first clue that I was not as engaged in this story was the fact that I keep putting it down to read fan fiction or anything else that could engage my mind fully.The timeline indicates that the story takes place two years after the 1st book but there has been little if any character development. That combin [...]

    3. The OCD in me can not stop a series once I start. These would be more pleasant if the author would just have someone proof this a little. P.S. she really portrays Denmark as Sodom & Gomorrah.

    4. I read book #2 in the Rebekka Franck seriese main character is a newspaper journalist and in this book investigated a series of murders that occurred in a small Danish town. I had not read book #1 in the series, so I'm not sure how much I missed by not knowing more of the back story, but overall it was a decent read. There were a lot of editing issues for me some cases it was mis-use of words, in other cases it was bad punctuation (quotes in the wrong place/missing, commas used incorrectly, etc) [...]

    5. I got this book before reading the first one so I can only go by what all transpired here and not the connection between the first book & this one. I did enjoy this book immensely. It was very well written and the killer was truly a scary person, scary I think because there have been and will be, killers like this one anywhere in the world at any time. The best thing and a very ironic thing was how cool the reporter- Rebekka was; she wasn't your stereotypical reporter who is constantly in pe [...]

    6. I'm still not sure about this author, so far all the books are too similar and too easy to figure out who the killer is. Of The OCD in me won't let me stop the series, I just keep hoping her books get better. As far as the proofreading goes I have yet to read a kindle book that has not had a lot of mistakes.

    7. Three, Four Better Lock Your Door is the second novel in the Rebekka Franck series by Willow Rose. Rebekka is still the small-town newspaper stringer forced to be content with reporting on small-town politics and gossip She has time to take care of her daughter in the family home where she lives with her dad. Nothing shocking has happened in two years. Her office mates Sara, office staff, and Sune, photographer, are characters we have met in a previous work.Anna was the first to die. She had met [...]

    8. This is the second book in the series, and I have to admit, I'm feeling a little bit ambiguous about the series at this stage and I'm not sure if I will continue reading them. Ms. Rose picks up the action two years after the first book's events take place, and a new serial killer is stalking the streets of Denmark, murdering in a supposedly random manner, and Rebekkah Franck in reporting the story and with the help of her photographer Sune outsmarting the police in regards to catching the killer [...]

    9. "A Killer You Never See Coming"Willow Rose, often called "The Queen of Scream," writes exciting horror stories. Again, this one takes place in Karrebaeksminde, Denmark and will thrill and chill you. There's a psychotic killer on the loose and Rebekka Franck and her photographer, Sune, take on the task of gathering as many facts as possible to be published in the local newspaper. Rebecca is now considered a star reporter when actually she's a devoted investigative journalist. She spends little t [...]

    10. 3.5 starsThis second book in the Rebekka Franck series starts with what appears to be a stalking scene that turns deadly. I finished that part with a huge eye roll - taking it at face value, it seems rather implausible. In spite of that, I kept reading to see how it would be explained. As the body count rises, there seems to be a missing piece with each murder. I did figure out those missing pieces pretty quickly, including the identity of the killer; a fact that would usually have me struggling [...]

    11. Another superior plotWillow Rose has proven on a consistent basis her command for story telling. The plot was filled with intriguing characters, surprising revelations and I truly feared for Rebecca to escape death. An excellent story but it contained some editing issues. All in all Willow is indeed the queen of scream but not for the faint of heart. Join the club. I highly recommend and salute anything. Written by this author.

    12. For a journalist, the main character sure doesn't have much intuition about people. The killer (who I guessed right from their first scene in the book) practically has a flashing neon sign above their head and she still doesn't even twig anything is off. Just trusts everything they tell her, even when it is easily verifiable. The plot itself was ok but a tad predictable and there were one or two moments which made me uncomfortable with how a character who is overweight is characterised.

    13. Three, Four Better Lock your door.The book is worth a rating of 10! Willow Rose writes with detail, derring-do and dash,which makes for a marvellous story!Three, Four is of a murder so vile you won't believe it but it's happening, and again reporter Rebekka Franck is on top of the story.I'm already recommending Willow Rose's books you can bet your bippy I'm telling about this one!

    14. The suspenseful mystery of “Three, Four…Better Lock Your Door” was a book I couldn’t put down. Its forty-four short chapters with timely clues had creepy, horrific elements of a serial killer in Denmark. Although there was need for further editing, this story held my interest to the end and had me cringing a few times. My assessment was based on a free e-book.

    15. DNF @8%I was just not engaged in the story. First of all, I found it hard to believe that the victim never saw the woman follow them from the restaurant and into the hotel room, nor did she notice her standing in the GLASS SHOWER watching them. With an unbelievable intro like that, there was no point in continuing the story for me.

    16. I just finished reading the 2nd seriesAmazing! I just finished the 2nd book of this series & again I couldn't hardly put it down. Again, it kept me guessing & at the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next. I loved it! 😊

    17. Quick read and enjoyable. The ending was a bit differentn't want to give it away. Interesting story about a detective, reporter, photographer and the medical or should I say field of pshychiatry.

    18. A quick read with an interesting premise, this novel was one of the early books of this series I missed so it filled in a few blanks for me concerning Rebekkah and Sune's relationship. I'm still not sure about the character Rebekkah - for a smart investigative reporter she sure is dumb when it comes to hopping into bed with any Tom, Dick or Psychopath.An easy read but not one of the author's best.

    19. 'Three, Four Better Lock Your Door' was a great addition to this series. I love the story line and how it plays out. Rebekka sure knows how to find trouble. And she's real good at solving problems. Sune is such a great friend and he can be counted on. I can't wait to read the next book.

    20. Excellent seriesI've fallen in love with Willow! I'm reading every book she's written. So young but an excellent writer. She's definitely becoming one of the best there is! Keep writing Willow, I'm reading a book a day and don't want to run out any time soon!!!

    21. Another One Bites The DustOnce again, I enjoyed everything about this story. I can't wait to get to the next. I would recommend this series to anyone.

    22. Normally I would give a 3 b/c even though I guessed very close to the beginning who did it and all, I still couldn't put it down, hence the 4.

    23. Good bookYou people should just read this book yourselves and write your own review on this novel yourself and I really enjoyed reading this book very much so. Shelley MA

    24. Love itI live vicariously through the complex characters of Willow Roses books. I have found her writing terrifyingly brilliant. I always look forward to reading this author.

    25. Willow keeps you hanging onto every word.This is her second book in the series, cannot wait to read the next one.Your mind is always working on solving the puzzle.

    26. So I love these books, and the plots are fun, but they definitely need more editing. Besides that, the book is wonderful.

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