When the phone rings, Logan know immediately he shouldn’t answer it. But answer it he does and by then it’s too late to take it back.
Now all his plans to disappear for good go south when he’s forced to go back to the home he can’t bear to return to–and face the ghosts he’s so desperately been running from– in order to protect what’s left left of those he loves.
At first look, Tess’ life seems absolutely flawless.
She has money, influence, and a devilishly handsome husband who dotes on her.
But, deep down, Tess isn’t happy with any of it, and she quickly discovers that there’s a steep price to pay for her seemingly perfect existence – and that things on the surface are almost never what they seem.
Over and over again, the images — mere pieces of what happened that day — flashed through Tess’ mind. The gun in her hand, a man bleeding and writhing in agony on the ground, and her missing mother’s utterly terrified face. Desperate to get far, away, she fled and eventually nestled into a remote corner on the island of Cuba, convinced that no one would ever come looking for her. But she was dead wrong.
Here we see a younger, more vulnerable Logan Alexander, desperate to make up for the mistakes of his past and struggling to take care of his brothers in the wake of his parent’s untimely death. He fights to keep his head above water while working a low-wage job, but his prospects for improving his situation are slim since he has no skills to speak of.
Except for one.