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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

Even in the barren wasteland of urban decay new green life is possible. In nature and in love, that which can be, somehow finds a crack, a corner or ledge and grasps its chance of life.

A woman on the run from domestic violence with no one but her vulnerable and damaged teenage child as a companion, lives in isolation and fear. While her hand to mouth scenarios are played out in the shadow of a threatening suspense, a story of crime and love unfolds around her. She cannot risk her child. Her own longings for love and romance have to take a poor second place. When the fallout from a prison break, a hero rescue, and a murder mystery crash through her door and into her need and loneliness, it is no longer a crime story. It is a question of when love in itself is a crime and how far a woman will go in its name and for those she loves.

©2013 Emma Calin (P)2014 Gallo-Romano Media

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A very enjoyable read.

A short story about a woman who takes a chance, with a twist at the end!

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Crime and Love

On the run from a abusive husband with her troubled teenager they move right into a prison break. What happens now?