Beth witnessed a crime by the mob in L.A.. The FBI has her in protected custody and after 3 times failing her, She goes back to The Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky. She knows her kin folk and the good folks will keep her safe.
She stays in a cabin with Ryal, who has been the love of Her life as long as she can remember. Everyone is on the watch for any outsiders and she feels relief just being there. With the dusty backroads, small shacks, genuine folks, beautiful mountains, trees and water falls makes her feel alive again.
But the Pappas who are the rich mobsters, if You will, find out where she is and they come a calling. But those mercenaries have nothing on The Hillbillies from Beth’s Family and Friends. One by one, The mercenaries are taken out by pure ingenious ways by people on that Appalachian Mountain.
It is a story of a tragedy that turns into redemption, a story of love, and a story of how people of the Appalachia’s truly take care of their own.
You can never put down a book by Sharon Sala once Youpick it up. By the time You read the first page and start to turn it to the second, your hooked. And She will take You on a roller coaster ride with Your emotions and by the end You want to know these people. You feel as though You were there, with the characters and You miss them.