When denial mixes with obsession, it’s a recipe for disaster …
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Olivia Marshall’s life was idyllic until it all came crashing down ten years ago. Now, she’s looking for a way out from under the crushing reality of the past, and to escape the man who won’t let her forget it.
However, when Jake McCloud careens into her life, Olivia dares to dream of a better future, with him.
But someone else has other ideas …
Nick Moretti saved Olivia’s life all those years ago. They both lost everything that night, and he’s determined not to lose her too. In fact, he’s hell-bent on salvaging what remains of their shared tragedy, hell-bent on making her face him and their past.
But most of all, he’s hell-bent on keeping her where she belongs.
But it’s not going as planned.
Because Olivia is now more emboldened than ever after a trip to Cancun exposes Nick’s selfish agenda, and kicks open the door to something dangerous inside herself.
All the while, Jake grows increasingly frustrated with Olivia’s secretiveness, pushing her to the breaking point. He says he wants everything, even what she’s worked so hard to forget.
She knows what she wants; whom she wants.
But is it already too late?
Jake now knows everything Olivia never wanted to tell him, and he’s desperate to find her. He’s desperate to prove to her that their love can heal her past.
Nick is still blind to his role in creating the dangerous young woman Olivia has become. And he’s dismissed her threat of what will happen if he chases after her.
Will running away free her from her tragic past?
Or make her its next victim?