A teenager is missing, and Officer Katherine Ward is assigned the case, never expecting it to parallel her own kidnapping experience seventeen years before. In Skagway, Alaska, the usual crimes faced by the police department's small force are DUIs and missing bikes. With the chief in the hospital and one officer missing, they're not prepared for the kidnapping of a billionaire's daughter.
Misty Morgan thought running off with a college boy would get her father's attention. Now she and another teenager are praying for their lives.
Stuck in China, Misty's father knew his daughter was up to something, so he asked his longtime friend and a former fellow-Marine, Vince Nanini, to fly to Alaska and stop Misty. Problem is Vince arrives too late. The college boy is dead, Misty is missing, and the police aren't eager to let him help.
When Katherine realizes the same man who kidnapped and raped her years ago is the one holding Misty and the other teenager, the terror of those months in captivity resurfaces. Vince is the one who finds her drunk and in tears, and he's with her when she realizes the kidnapper has struck again. Together they must figure out where this man has taken three people, and they must find him fast.
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About the Author
Maris Soule was born and raised in California. She taught 7th- 12th grade art and math for eight years, but always had stories running through her head, begging to be written. After marrying and moving to Michigan, Soule quit teaching to raise their two children. With her husband's encouragement, she decided to try writing those stories down. So far she's had four mysteries (three in the P. J. Benson series and one stand alone) and twenty-five category romances published, several winning awards or being short listed. The Soules now live in Michigan in the summer and Florida in the winter. She writes a weekly blog on writing (http://marissoule.com/blog/ ) and is on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. For more information, visit her at http://MarisSoule.com.