"He's going to find me," Sarah whispered. "He's going to find me before you do."
One wrong step in Los Angeles leaves Alex Pascal scarred and traumatized, unable to continue the career she loves.
In England, a drunk driver shatters Sarah Kent's family.
For Sarah, leaving England to explore the North Cascades is an opportunity to regain her health and her confidence, while Alex has already abandoned LA to make the mountains her home. Drawn to the beauty and history of Desolation Peak, Sarah is hiking alone when a storm leaves her stranded. Determined to track her down, Alex heads into the wilderness, never anticipating the terrible danger she will face. Because Sarah is already running for her life, fleeing from a ruthless criminal with a mission to complete and nothing left to lose. With everything stacked against them, neither woman expects to survive, let alone fall in love. All they have to do now is find a way out.
©2013 Cari Hunter (P)2017 Bold Strokes Books Inc
I stutter stepped in the beginning. I don't handle violation well. This thriller, thankfully, spared me from that. Instead, this is an excellently written and narrated story of two strong women strengthened further by their individual pasts, intertwined present, and future filled with hope for brightness and light.
WOW! What a great listen. You will not stop once you start. Excellent story. Excellent narration. Some people will find the violence against women hard to take. But it is necessary to the plot and does not detract from the quality of the story.
A great story of love and survival, beautifully narrated by Nicola Victoria Vincent. Cari Hunter's writing is both tender and exciting and Nicola Victoria Vincent brings to life both the harsh environment and the array of characters, all of whom are so well defined. She is lovely to listen to and the characters are a real treat. I am happy to see that both narrator and author are doing more books together as they make a great team and long may that continue! My only slight criticism is a technical one: There is not enough space at the end of chapters before the next chapter heading but obviously this must be down to whoever produced it. The last line of each chapter is meaningful and the impact of that is significantly diminished if it rushes into the next chapter. That aside, I highly recommend this book and cant wait to listen to more. Fantastic!
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