With the killer at her heels, Claire has no choice but to leave Carter in the dark. She can’t risk his safety just because she misses the sound of his voice… But will the run of Claire’s life be worth it in the end? Or will her past catch up with her no matter how hard she tries to escape it?
Looking around the inside of my car – a light blue 2010 PT Cruiser, another extravagant gift from Kate – I grant myself a moment to comprehend the magnitude of the loss of my old life. There are a thousand memories of Carter’s and my friendship in this car; road trips, drive-in movies and a plethora of shared experiences. I choke back the sob that longs to break free of my throat and make myself breathe. I know I have to get out of the car and make my way to the train station, but I’ve never wanted to do anything less. I feel shielded in here, like even if Liam is right behind me, he can’t get to me. I know that’s foolish, but this car has been my sanctuary for the past twelve hours and I’m not ready to let go of my security blanket just yet.
When tragedy strikes her family several times, she finds herself questioning God and her beliefs. She fights with the temptation of giving up on hope and her life. Will Linette be able to remain strong through this tragic time and lean on the Lord for support or will she lose her faith?
About the Author-
About the authors-
Allana Kephart has been making things up and bending people to her will from a very young age. She loves animals and reading and spends a large amount of time thinking up ways to torment her characters. She shares a brain, a love of coffee and the color purple with her alter ego/best friend/co-author, Melissa Simmons.
Melissa Simmons is an avid reader who married her soul mate and is the proud mother of a spoiled cat. She spends her days helping promote independent authors and doing what the voices in her head tell her to. She shares a brain, a love of coffee and the color purple with her alter ego/best friend/co-author, Allana Kephart.
Wow. I am stunned by this incredible book. The Escape is a new story from these ladies and it wrangled me in and kept me hooked.
Claire and Carter have been best friends for a lot of years. They have share almost everything. Claire hasn’t told him that she has been seeing someone–an older someone. When he bails on a date, Claire uses the skills that Adam, Carter’s older cop brother, taught them when they were younger.
Sometimes what we see takes us off of one path and dropkicks us down another one.
Claire has no choice but to run. I love the way this story is played out. Carter and Claire have a relationship that will withstand the obstacles that are being thrown at them. I’m excited to see where the ladies go with this series.