A new neighbor...or a stranger next door?
Under-the-radar FBI agent Deacon Ross is on a mission of vengeance. He is in Winchester, Tennessee, to get it. After years away from home, Cecelia Winters is back to find her father's killer. She's faced with a hostile town fraught with danger - then she meets her new neighbor, Deacon. With two cases colliding and desire blindsiding them, will the search for the truth cost Cece and Deacon more than a future together?
About the Author
DEBRA WEBB is the award winning, USA Today bestselling author of more than 130 novels, including reader favorites the Faces of Evil, the Colby Agency, and the Shades of Death series. With more than four million books sold in numerous languages and countries, Debra's love of storytelling goes back to her childhood on a farm in Alabama. Visit Debra at www.DebraWebb.com or write to her at PO Box 176, Madison, AL 35758.
I love it when stories tie together charatures. This story takes place in Winchester TN. Debra Webb has written many books on a few different families living in that town. As always the stories are filled with excellent charatures who endure all sorts of family drama. This story involves Cecelia Winters who was convicted of murdering her father at 18 and sentenced to 8 years in prison. After serving her time Cece comes back to town to accomplish only one mission. To find out who really killed her father and clear her name. To Cece her father was evil. To his followers he was revered or feared. After his death her older brother Marcus took over where her father left off as the new leader of what they called their church. Her younger sister has shunned her and her younger brother is strangely missing. Cece is trying to resume a normal life while she plans her strategy. However, she first has to deal with attempts to stone her, burn her house down, and being physically threatened by an old boyfriend. When a stranger who now lives next door, Decon, steps in to save her. However, Decon isn't who he says he is and may have an ulterior motive for saving her. Can she trust Decon or is he just as duplicitous as her brother and sister who lied sending Cecilia to prison. Thank you NetGalley and Debra Webb for allowing me to read this ARC. This is my honest opinion great book!