FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHORS OF YESTERDAY'S GONE AND WHITESPACE COMES A NEW THRILLER — 12.
At 6 p.m. on a Wednesday in October, a gunman will enter Goldman's Diner and commit one of the worst massacres the small coastal town of Palm Isles, Florida has ever seen.
Twelve hours earlier: twelve lives are on borrowed time, unaware that death is coming, or that their paths will collide in one tragic moment.
A young waitress and mother fights to protect her daughter from her violent estranged husband. Little does she know that a greater threat looms under her nose.
A cop is forced to decide between his job and his marriage.
A bullied teen with an abusive father is down to one friend when his world suddenly crumbles around him.
An old man struggles to hold onto his memories and do one last thing to honor his wife. But in doing so, he will have to reveal his darkest secret.
A cook with a shady past attempts to stay on the straight and narrow, until he gets a call which forces him to choose — his family or his honor?
So many of these free books aren’t worth the time to read them. This was a fast-paced, intense story that allowed you to connect with the characters. Well worth your time.45
So many emotions from one extreme to the other while reading this book! I totally felt like I literally knew all the characters and could feel exactly what they were feeling at all times. I rarely feel that when I am reading a book and felt compelled to leave this review, especially after reading the epilogue and author’s notes. Kudos to you both 👏🏼55
Didn’t think I would like story with a lot of other stories in it. Love it. True to life what happens in families and school. Will read the other books by these authors.55
This writing duo has go me hooked ready to find another in this pandemic, really got my mind focused on something else. Love always leaves me wanting more55
The character development and movement through the story was outstanding! I would have rated it higher, but the poor grammar and incompetent proofreading detracted from the story.45