Have you ever done something, especially online that you wish you could take back? I did it recently where I repeated something I heard and it got really messy with claims of slander. The truth is at one time or another, we all do it. Put our foot in our mouth. Most times we believe we are justified. Someone hurt us, someone had the wrong information... you get the picture. But often those oh no!'s can turn into a bigger mess.
Audrey Flynn's latest release features just such a big mistake. #FakeNews even and now the heroine must escape the US while things die down. This gripping tale will have you staying up to find out the big ending!
Chicago schoolteacher Lucy Shepherd has the world at her feet. Due to marry the ambitious politician Jason Palmer, in what promises to be the society wedding of the year, she is mere weeks away from joining the wealthy and powerful Palmer clan. But when she discovers that her fiancée has been sleeping with countless other women, Lucy exposes him online in a fit of anger. The repercussions are far, far worse then she could have imagined, and she is forced to flee for her safety.
On the other side of the world, she finds work at a small farm school on the centuries’ old Mountain Shadows wine estate in South Africa. Lucy and the estate’s owner Josh de Lange are fiercely drawn to one another. But the long shadow of Lucy’s past threatens their love. For there are powerful enemies on the other side of the world, the kind that refuse to let sleeping dogs lie.
Can the love between Josh and Lucy withstand the vengeance of the Palmers? When everything she holds dear is threatened, Lucy has a bitter choice to make...
…the car behind her put on its high beams, dazzling her vision all the while creeping closer. Lucy hugged the side of the road and put her arm out, signaling the sedan to pass, but despite there being no oncoming traffic, the sedan infuriatingly refused to overtake her.
“Oh, for God’s sake. What the hell do you want?”
Friday night, probably a bunch of drunk teenagers.
For a few minutes, the car eased off and Lucy felt her breathing return to normal. Bunch of idiots.
The turn-off to the farm was only about a half a mile now. From behind, the sedan suddenly surged forward, fast enough to bash Lucy’s bumper. The impact caused her pickup to fishtail dangerously. She managed to bring her vehicle under control, and hands gripping the steering wheel, she instinctively pressed her foot to the floor.
As she sped up, the car behind her receded and she glanced at her phone.
Got to get hold of Josh. But at the speed she was traveling, she didn’t dare take her hands off the steering wheel.
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