Everything that was lost will be found again.
Jubilee PD Officer Wiley Pope thinks he's ruined things with Linette Elgin. He hasn't seen or heard from the local nurse since their first date went disastrously wrong. But when Wiley walks in on a bank robbery with Linette as one of the hostages, his training and protective instincts kick into full gear. A heroic bullet to his armor-protected chest is enough for Linette to forgive Wiley's past mistakes and be willing to begin anew.
While his love for Linette grows daily, Wiley finds himself in over his head when a murder investigation is linked to Pope Mountain. If that wasn't enough, a woman from Wiley's father's past abandons her seven-year-old daughter at the police station in an attempted money scheme. But the minute the woman signs over her parental rights, Wiley and Linette welcome the wary little girl into their family and show her what real love looks like.
Praise for New York Times bestseller Sharon Sala's thrilling romantic suspense:
"Emotionally wrenching, sensually appealing, edgy and suspenseful, and hopeful and endearing."—USA Today for Going Gone
"Vivid, gripping...this thriller keeps the pages turning."—Library Journal for Torn Apart
"Skillfully balancing suspense and romance, Sala gives readers a nonstop breath-holding adventure."—Publishers Weekly for Going Once
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About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Sharon Sala has 135+ books in print, published in six different genres—romance, young adult, Western, general fiction, women’s fiction and non-fiction. First published in 1991, her industry awards include the Janet Dailey Award, five-time Career Achievement winner, five-time winner of the National Readers’ Choice Award, five-time winner of the Colorado Romance Writers’ Award of Excellence, the Heart of Excellence award, the Booksellers Best Award, the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Centennial Award in recognition of her 100th published novel. She lives in Oklahoma, the state where she was born. Visit her at www.sharonsalaauthor.com and www.facebook.com/sharonsala.