A romantic mystery from Mara Jacobs, the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Worth Series.
I could tell you my name, but then I'd have to kill you.
Forced to live in seclusion, my only contact with the outside world is with my online chat buddies. I give out different screen names with every person except one. Confessor. To him, and only him, my name is Blackbird. He is my soul mate. At least online.
I make a living buying and selling used computers. Usually I ignore the stuff that's left by the previous owner, but the desktop picture on my newest acquisition stops me cold. The face of the man who killed my father twenty years ago. The man who sent me into hiding.
I start digging through the machine, telling Confessor about my every move. Except the part about wanting to avenge my father's murder.
A dead body gives me the perfect excuse to leave my nest and head to Tennessee to find the murderer, and to reclaim my life. I find myself torn between two men, and pining for my mysterious Confessor. And just when I think I've got things solved, my past is revealed, throwing my plans of vengeance into chaos.
Will I fly free, or have my wings clipped?
About the Author
After graduating from Michigan State University with a degree in advertising, Mara spent several years working at daily newspapers in Advertising sales and production. This certainly prepared her for the world of deadlines!
She writes mysteries with romance, thrillers with romance, and romances with…well, you get it.
Forever a Yooper (someone who hails from Michigan's glorious Upper Peninsula), Mara now splits her time between Las Vegas, the Copper Country, and the East Lansing area, where she is better able to root on her beloved Spartans.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I don't usually read 1st person stories, but this book was great. It had everything I like in a book. There was suspense and enough romance to make you feel good. The sparks between Blackbird and Confessor keeps you on edge, then for Raven to meet Will just blew my mind. I have to say this author really knows how to keep your attention. This book is well worth 5 stars. I can't wait for another book in this series.