Trust. Joyce McCloud has reason not to trust her own judgment or men. Look at the losers she's hooked up with in the past. She has the bruises and broken bones to prove it. The last loser, who was so polished in public, politically and powerfully connected, seemed so wonderful - until he tried to rape Katie her fifteen year old daughter. Now her daughter doesn't trust her Mom's judgment either.
Trust. Misplaced again as the two women watch a conniving truck driver murdered in cold blood. His only crime they could see was that he'd helped them escape from the pedophile.
Trust. Katie's sure her Mom has misplaced it again but what choice do they have with the killers' bullets hitting the pickup? Joyce's begging and the killers' bullets convince Jeff Parker to drive away.
Trust. Jeff Parker doesn't feel it for the two women who have come into his life in a hail of bullets. He can't feel it for any stranger because he's still mourning the loss of his wife at the hands of a drug addled driver.
Trust. More deaths put the three on a race for their life. Evidence points the police and a drug lord in their direction. Escape lies on horseback across a Montana wilderness with the killers and police a step behind. On the other side of the mountains, fate tosses Jeff into the clutches of the hated drug lord. Now Jeff faces a deadline to deliver the killers to him.
Trust. Three people who have had trust kicked out of them must now learn to trust themselves and each other while the pipeline beckons in the background with its answers and possible salvation.
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