A cold case leads to present danger
Charlie Farmington has been blaming herself for her stepsister Lindy's unsolved murder for 15 years. Then, through the twinkling lights and pine-scented air of a Montana Christmas, she glimpses Lindy - alive - standing on the street. Shocked and afraid, Charlie turns to the only person she can trust to help her: Westly "Shep" Shepherd, her first love, who knows all of Charlie's secrets...except one.
The intriguing girl Shep fell hard for has become a breathtaking woman - and now that she's back in his life, he'll do whatever he can to help her uncover what really happened to her sister. But when Charlie finally reveals the secret that ripped them apart all those years ago, Shep realizes how much danger is still lurking. For the truth about that night isn't just dark - it's deadly. And their second chance together could end before it's even begun....
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- Denise Power
Good story line
The concept was good but most of the characters were shallow and immature. The voices for the characters were terrible.
Not what I have come to expect and enjoy from this author.
- Patty King
It was a good story with suspense, romance, and good characters. I really like the narrater’s male voice but cringed at the female voice. It was so whiney! Sounded like a whiney 10-year old. I’m not being ugly and I really liked his other voices. But the female voice was irritating.