Dallas Phillips refuses to believe her father committed suicide, even though things were tough on his farm and he was deeply in debt. When she hears he'd told a neighbor about an upcoming windfall, she grows suspicious, and her suspicion only deepens when she realizes someone is lurking in the nearby mountains after dark. For help, she turns to Trey Jakes, local police chief - and her former lover. As they begin to investigate, another mystery comes to light. Trey's mother is beginning to remember events from 30 years ago, something shadowy that happened in the mountains, and Dallas' father was there, too. Is what happened that night connected to his "suicide"? As they search for the truth, Trey and Dallas struggle to fight their attraction, but they may not be able to fend off another force - a killer who's more than willing to kill again to make sure old secrets stay buried.
©2015 Sharon Sala (P)2015 Recorded Books
Yes I would as this was a good story and the narrator did a great job reading the story.
I liked the two story plots- the book starts out with first plot- a group of kids who just graduated high school who saw something and then had a car accident. None of them could remember what happened that night. Note this is a continuing storyline and will NOT be finished until book 3. The second plot starts in 'current day' and is the story of Dallas and Trey two sweethearts who reconnect.
She does a great job narrating the book.
The ongoing plot continues in Book 2 "Cold Hearts" and available on audible and kindle. Book 3 "Dark Hearts" will not be published until March 2016.
I enjoyed the story. Plenty of emotion wrapped up in it. I especially liked the narrator. With some narrators, it takes me a good chunk of the book to get used to their voices, but this one was great from the beginning. I like the small town farm setting and the mystery aspect of the story. I recommend it to romantic mystery lovers.
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