Fleeing an abusive husband, Hayley returns to her childhood home, an old farmhouse with an ugly past. Alone and penniless, she fights memories of her brother's death and of the boy she loved and never forgot. Even the land itself—hostile, thorny, unforgiving—seems against her. Then she realizes someone else is on the land, someone who doesn't belong, with secrets to protect and murder on his mind.
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About the Author
Brandi Midkiff lives on a 500-acre rural property in South Central Texas. She has worked as a visual artist and as a semiprofessional musician in a Celtic/folk band. She is married and has three homeschooled children. She maintains a blog about writing and rural living at mountainlaurel.wordpress.com/.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
After the second chapter I realized why this book was so familiar. I had seen the movie along time ago. Almost every thing is the same, except the names, but the movie came out in 1991 on lifetime. I guess the writer watched the same movie. Oh well I still gave it one star for trying.