When Loughlin O’Neil came across the accident he didn’t know who the girl in the car was but she interested him and that interest dragged him into a web of violence and intrigue. She was on the run and he soon found himself running with her. They had to clear their names, but being in custody would not give them that chance.
She thought he was abducting her and he knew that someone was trying to kill her. His heart went out to her in her plight and instead of turning her in to the police, he decided to protect her. It took a while but they soon found out that they were in the same situation and it was a situation that he had to figure out.
The fact that she was a tall redheaded beauty was part of it, but her innocent fear was what drew him to take her under his wing. He was living with his own problems and could barely spare the time for her, but when he looked at her he knew there was no way he was going to abandon her.
Men were trying to kill her and while they ran they didn’t know why…until a picture on her phone opened up a whole can of worms. How could a man who was supposed to be dead turn up in a picture on her phone?
People were killed and they were the first suspects that the police wanted to talk to, but he knew he couldn’t be taken into custody without putting her life in danger. The police were tracking them and the killers were tracing them and all they to rely on was each other and his ability to stay hidden in the mountains.
Hiding in the mountains was not going to clear their names so he had another plan, a plan that involved finding a man who was long dead. They both had problems, she was running from the past and he was running from the present and that drew them together in an intense love, but would they live long enough see anything come of it.
|Publisher:||Robert O' Hanlin|
|File size:||228 KB|
About the Author
I was born in Canada but spend much of my time roaming the Sonora Desert of Arizona, which is truly a place to inspire a writer. I write in the Western genre inspired by the great Western writer Louis L'Amour. My stories are fiction with a mixture of real history and I hope you enjoy reading them.