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Noelle St. Claire is on the run. She jumps at every shadow and cringes at the loud noises. The bruise on her wrist aches as she sits on the bus headed….somewhere. It doesn’t matter where. She just has to go.

Meanwhile, her father, a wealthy and high-powered defense lawyer, and her ex-fiancee have no idea where she has gone. She only left a cryptic message for her father saying she was ok…but was she really?

Her ex-fiancee, Michael, seems to be acting peculiar. Does he know something?

Noelle finds her way to Rick Spencer’s ranch in Colorado. Against his better judgment, he allows her to rent a room in the main house – his house. Being a Christian establishment, his hesitancy is only natural because of his polished reputation. Having a single woman stay in his house would be inappropriate, but he seems the broken, brittle look in her eyes and takes pity on her.

Noelle begins a journey to find herself and piece together fragments of images haunting her dreams. What happened to her? Why is she running? Will she ever stop shaking uncontrollably?

I loved this book! I cannot tell a lie. I picked it up two days ago and just finished all 382 pages about an hour ago. It was a very satisfying read and I look forward to picking up more of Ms. Heitzmann’s novels.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Bethany House Publishers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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