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On the run from her violent ex-husband, Cassie Reeves will do anything to keep her son safe, even if it means turning to a man she betrayed a decade ago. John Tyler now hates her as much as he once loved her--but Cassie has no choice.
John's quiet life as a small town doctor in Seaclusion, Washington has no place in it for the woman he turned his back on ten years ago. But when Cassie and her son land on his doorstep, he can't turn them away. The longer she stays, though, the harder it is to remember why he stopped loving her.
With her ex-husband closing in, Cassie soon realizes that only she can end what he has started. And as John and Cassie's mutual attraction reignites, she vows to do anything to protect her son and grab the happiness that has escaped her for so long.
“Realistic portrayal of how sins of the past, whether our own or are parents, effect present day relationships. The emotions, the words said in anger, the holding on to something that happened 10 years ago. I felt like I was reading scenes out of real life not the make believe fairytale of a romance we normally read.” –Cindy, SnS Reviews
"This was a great story that really read true-to-life - a woman attempts to stay one step ahead of the psychotic ex that is stalking her and her son....This story took me all over the place. There was, of course, romance but there was also suspense and a bit of action and some humor.” – Marissa, Romancing the Book
“Wow...what a great book with lots of twists and turns throughout the book!! This book kept me in the edge if my seat from beginning to end. Loved the storyline and thought it was very well written. The characters had lots of depth and you really connected with them. I think Leanne Davis is a brilliant author.” –Tracy, Goodreads Reviewer
“I absolutely loved this book! The start of this book was full of suspense; I just couldn't believe it and I kept on reading…. This book is of suspense, love, finding and finally loving yourself. This is must read, and everyone will enjoy.” Zamantha, Goodreads Reviewer
“An ex-lover, an abusive ex-husband and a vulnerable young son--what's a girl with her own issues to do? She gathers her determination and gets the job done. Many emotional and psychological twists to keep a reader guessing until the very end.” –Vivian, Goodreads Reviewer
“This story is a roller coaster ride with so many ups and downs that the reader will not want to put this book down. The author lays out the story very well and adds secondary characters who add so much to the plot. I'm so glad that I already purchased the sequel; can't wait to read more of this author's books!” –DiAnn, Goodreads Reviewer
“I laughed and cried and fell in love with the characters. I did not want the story to end, and as soon as I finish this I am going to buy the next book in the series.” –Suzan, Goodreads Reviewer
Tears filled her eyes. Why was he doing this to her? Why prolong this? Why make her go through this terror? But she knew the answer. Precisely that. To scare the living daylights out of her. To prolong his control over her, to make her rue the day she’d ever met him. And fuck if he hadn’t succeeded in doing just that.
The slimy little bastard.
Cassie grabbed the door handle and flung it open. She refused to fall into the pathetic mass of nerves Marcus expected out of her. She refused to let a little rain and shadows make her become the weak victim Marcus thought she was. This was the same place that she, Luke, John, and Tim had explored in dazzling sunlight. It was the same place. There was nothing different, other than a little rain, and gloomy afternoon shadows setting in.
And Marcus Leary at the end of the path. At least she knew it. It wasn’t a surprise. And neither was the setting Marcus picked.
Cassie looked around. Why did she always assume Marcus knew her so well? Didn’t she know Marcus just as well? Didn’t she? Wasn’t her coming here as she had just as predictable as his sneaking into the house to scare her? To set up theatrics and smoke screens to play mind games with her? The weasel thought he could win because she’d be scared and shaken and beaten down to his will. Just as every other time with him.
Not this time however.
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