Snapped: The Complete Series Synopsis:
5 friends. A killer within. WHO WILL SNAP?
In nine weeks Charlie Miller's life goes from absolute perfection to gruesome tragedy. All it takes is one night, one blade, and her boyfriend, best friend and new friends all either end up as suspects or dead.
But Charlie's world of pro football golden boys, law school domination and New York City nightlife crumbles long before sudden death. Nate Westcott, a pierced, tattooed, charismatic lawyer, is a man she can’t have—but a seductive danger she can’t ignore. He’s cocky, infuriating, brilliant and wrong, making her question whether she really is the good girl she wants to be or more like the selfish killer everyone thinks she is.
And her body wants him in ways she’s not supposed to crave.
Despite her desire for it to be how it was during college, Charlie's changing, and so are the friends she thought she knew. Everyone she cares about is at risk because one of them has darkness lurking beneath, and if Charlie wants to survive, she must find that single, poisonous soul.
Because they want Charlie out of the way. And to succeed, they'll kill.
Start at the beginning. Question them all.
“You did good, kid,” my lawyer said, rubbing my back as I bent down. “Don’t let them scare you. They have nothing.”
“They think I did it.”
“Yes, but they don’t know for certain you did it. They can’t prove you did it. All things they need if they want this to go anywhere. And all that happened in there? That was a ruse, I’m sure of it. They have something, info or evidence they feel is quite the whale, but not big enough to stand on its own. They needed you to freak out in there. Confess so they could shut their book tight. Which means…” She clapped her hands together. “I get to go a diggin’. And won’t that be fun.”
“What could they have?” I said, rising. “It makes me sick to think they could pin this on me—makes me question everything about fairness, about what’s right—because I didn’t kill anyone, and every day they’re getting closer to saying I did.”
“I won’t let them. So don’t insult my skills by worrying you’re going anywhere but to your luxury penthouse tonight. Straighten out, buck up, because I’m just getting started.” A smile crept over her features, more feral than beautiful. “I do love a good fight.”
I hoped some of her arrogant, confident energy was oozing into me by osmosis. “Okay. You’re right. I’m out here, aren’t I? I’m not stuck in there because they couldn’t arrest me.”
“Precisely! Now smile big. No, that looks like you’re clenching something between your butt cheeks. Less teeth. There, good. Because now…” She looped an arm through mine. “We get to marvel the media. Wait, changed my mind. Don’t smile. Be sad.”
She led me to the doors and into the fray of cameras, where on the outside I held onto her, but inside, I was holding my own.
Ketley Allison is a twenty-something (maybe almost thirty-something) author who believes that supernatural love shouldn’t stop at eighteen. She began her career by writing books as birthday presents for her friends (with her friend as the main character and opposite a super sexy lead, of course) before ending it in order to walk down a path she thought she was supposed to follow.
The writing bug never left her—and, in fact, would often bleed into the official papers she was supposed to write—so now Ketley’s putting down her suit and finally following her dream. While her friends are no longer the stars of her books, she still throws in bits and pieces of them into each and every one of her characters.
As a result, her books tend to focus a lot on friendships as well as love, because let’s be honest, friends are what really get you through—especially when your epic love turns into epic heartbreak.