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Writer Cari North thought she knew all there was to know about plot twists—until she stumbled across her ex-fiancé, Lance Morgan, digging a shallow grave in the Louisiana woods. After one horrifying moment of shared recognition, Cari knew her life hinged upon whether she could outrun Lance and the hurricane-spawned tornado that was barreling down on their heels.

Just when she thinks she’s lost Lance and heads for home, the storm throws in yet another twist that will change her fate—forever.

Cari’s house, her family—her entire life—have been wiped out by the storm. Badly injured herself, and knowing Lance will come after her, she trades clothing and ID with the near-identical cousin who’d been visiting and flees to Baton Rouge. While the world mourns Cari North, she begins an agonizing recovery as her cousin Susan—until Susan’s boss calls her bluff and finds himself drawn into her incredible tale.

Hunted by a man she once loved, sheltered by a man she hardly knows, Cari chooses to become the bait…and plots the twist of a lifetime to catch a killer.

©2010 Sharon Sala (P)2010 Audible, Inc.

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A good story

This was the first Sharon Sala novel I've ever "read" in any format. I enjoyed it enough that I know I will be seeking out some of her other books. The narration was fine also.

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  • Anna
  • Baton Rouge, LA, United States
  • 06-07-11

okay

the storyline was good, the idea was there but it didn't come together for me. plus some of the dialogue was painfully corney

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  • michaela
  • burien, wa, United States
  • 03-09-11

extremely predictable

too predictable. Plus, talk about a damsel in distress, sheesh. Most of Sharon Sala's women characters are the same, not to mention EXTREMELY similar story lines. How many of her women need to get injured and spend half the book in the hospital with a doting man to save her??