Doing her best to make the most out of life's adventures, Mary's plan never included paying off student loans by cleaning up other people's mess at Gurst International. But when that mess gets deeper and darker than her wild imagination can conceive, Mary finds herself in over her head in a world she's far more involved in than she knows. Her only road to safety is traveled in the passenger seat next to a man who has spent half his life imprisoned and most his life fighting for it, while an underground war and its killers close in on them.
Mary believes in taking all the worth and happiness one can get out of life in order to live free. Ash has lived his life for freedom without knowing what it means. Mary is caught in the run for her life, and Ash in the power of his enemies and the binds of his demons, when they embark on the greatest adventure they've ever known—the one that could lead them to freedom, acceptance, and, maybe, to love.
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About the Author
Annie Buren was born in New Jersey and currently lives in Pennsylvania, where she is married to her writing and chocolate. She enjoys writing and reading all genres of fiction, but her interest is held primarily by romance and all its sub-genres. When she's not covered in ink, she takes care of Little Guy, her pet air plant, who has been around long enough to witness the atrocities to more demanding plants and has since learned better. A writer for fifteen years, "In the Wind" is her debut novel.