Special Agent Steven Thatcher has a lot on his hands. Not only is there a serial killer on the loose, stalking area high schools, but Steven's teenage son Brad is suddenly acting up and failing in school. His schoolteacher, Jenna Marshall, is also worried about Brad. As their conversations about the troubled teen increased and grow more intimate, Jenna and Steven soon find they're falling for each other, though they tread cautiously as both carry hidden wounds of their own. Their situation turns even more dangerous when Jenna finds herself on the twisted path of the serial killer Steven is investigating.
Steven is one of the agents from Karen’s book Don't Tell, six months later his family is still trying to cope with the emotional trauma Rob Winters inflicted when he kidnapped Stevens youngest son. A girl is murdered and another one goes missing, Steven knows he is dealing with a serial killer that won't stop until he is caught. When he finds out his son is failing chemistry he meets with Jenna, Brad’s teacher. They have an instant connection; Jenna has problems of her own. She is failing a star football player, she refuses to give into the threats from people to get him back on the team and now the serial has his sights set on her. This book was just as good as her last one; the characters were once again realistic with great personalities. The story line was interesting and creative without being ostentatious. The suspense in this novel had me reading this book in one sitting to find out who the killer was. Have You Seen Her is another great book from this author and I can't wait to get my hands on her next book.