Overland

Overland

by Ramcy Diek
Overland

Overland

by Ramcy Diek

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Overview

A Dramatic Suspense Thriller

 

Skyla Overland is proud to work for Overland Insurance, the company founded by her grandfather. Besides one nerve-wracking insurance fraud case in the past, her sheltered life is uneventful and just the way she likes it.

Until one day, everything changes...

 

Skyla and Troy, the manager at Overland Insurance, are the last ones to leave the office. In the empty parking lot, Troy takes her in his arms. Why would he ruin their easy-going friendship by kissing her, especially since he knows she's dating Edmond? Left alone, Skyla hurries to her car, puts on her seatbelt, and glances in her rearview mirror. The face of a stranger grins at her from the backseat. "How nice to see you again," he hisses close to her ear.

 

Regaining consciousness, Skyla finds herself on the backseat of her own car, with her hands tied behind her back. Is she getting kidnapped? Who is he? And where is he taking her?



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940164690809
Publisher: Ramcy Diek
Publication date: 11/10/2020
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 565 KB

About the Author

Ramcy Diek fell in love with the United States during her travels with her husband. They visited all the states and landed in California where they resided for five years.

Circumstances took them back to The Netherlands, but they both missed the U.S. They packed their bags and crossed the Atlantic Ocean once again. This time, the Pacific Northwest became their new home, where they built up their business and raised their two sons.

During this time, Ramcy also made a slow transition from reader to multi-genre writer. Her debut novel Storm at Keizer Manor received multiple awards. This inspired her to spend more time doing what she loves most: writing stories.

Her second and third novels, Eagles in Flight and Overland are published in 2020, and will soon be followed by many more.

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