Cutting a deadly swath through the midwest, a killer finds pieces of himself in the victims he chooses. From the author of BLOOD AND GUILT, "Exit Lines" tells the story of what happens when a killer reaches the end of the road . . .
Contains some language, violence, and sexual situations.
Evie Owens was born in Japan (she's half Japanese), but grew up on a dairy farm in Upper Michigan. She's waited tables and tended bar, which makes her a very good tipper, but writing is her passion. She's written historical romance, contemporary romance, contemporary paranormal romance, young adult paranormal romance, and numerous short stories (some of them, also, paranormal--in case you're looking for a theme). Mostly she writes the stories she wants to read.