Author: H.L. Anderson
Genre: Romantic Thriller
Theresa Kent is a wife, mom, and hardworking nurse living in rural Colorado. Life is good until her increasingly despondent, unemployed husband suddenly snaps—his vicious attack leaves Theresa fighting for her life as she tries to escape the insane version of the man she loves.
Ryan Tucker appears to have it all, except he’s been merely existing, not living, for the the last three years. His emotions get a much needed jump start when he rescues Theresa from the torment her life has become in just a matter of days. Ryan feels an instant and fierce desire to protect this stranger that fell into his life.
Hanging over their heads is the knowledge that Theresa’s husband is still out there, hunting for her.
Can two broken souls be repaired, or will the demons of the past and present come between the repressed love that grows between them?
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The phone buzzed. Theresa flinched, almost dropping it. She pressed the message icon and saw a web link from the same number Sergeant Medina had called from. She clicked it, pulse increasing as the video loaded.
She clenched her jaw, not breathing through most of the three-minute video. It was him. It was definitely him. She recognized him even through his haggard appearance. His greasy hair had grown longer and he had a patchy beard. She couldn’t see his eyes in detail, but felt sure they were glazed over with insanity. The video had no sound, but she heard his voice in her head as she watched—his crazed voice, so full of rage.
Holli Anderson has a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing—which has nothing to do with writing, except maybe by adding some pretty descriptive injury and vomit scenes to her books. She discovered her joy of writing during a very trying period in her life when escaping into make-believe saved her. She enjoys reading any book she gets her hands on, but has a particular love for anything fantasy.
Along with her husband, Steve, and their four sons, she lives in Grantsville, Utah—the same small town in which she grew up.