An escaped prisoner. A woman running from her past. National news coverage is the last thing Sara needs. She managed to break the chains of domestic violence and start over, but is she strong enough for this? As she's unwillingly thrust into the center of attention, Sara knows she has more to fear than just the escapee. What if HE finds her?
Best-selling indie author Becki Willis loves crafting stories with believable characters in believable situations. Many of her stories stem from her own travels and from personal experiences. (No worries; she's never actually murdered anyone).
When she’s not plotting danger and adventure for her imaginary friends, Becki enjoys reading, antiquing (aka junking), unraveling a good mystery (real or imagined), dark chocolate, and a good cup of coffee. A professed history geek, Becki often weaves pieces of the past into her novels. Family is a central theme in her stories and in her life. She and her husband enjoy traveling, but believe coming home to their Texas ranch is the best part of any trip.
Becki is on the Board of Directors for Authors School of Business and has won numerous awards, but the real compliments come from her readers. Drop in for an e-visit anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.beckiwillis.com.
After experiencing the fear of the unknown when an inmate escaped in our community last year, I drew upon my own feelings of apprehension to tap into what my character would feel. Sara's story is quite different from my own limited experience. Sara was directly involved, no matter how unintentionally, in this edge-of-your-seat domestic thriller!
Keep Your Doors Locked
“Breaking news from the Channel Five News Center. This just in, an inmate has escaped from the Roscoe Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison system. Details are still forthcoming, but it is believed Thomas Ramon Bernard, 47, sneaked aboard a delivery van to exit the facility. Once beyond the gates, Bernard overcame the driver and hijacked the van, abandoning it some forty miles away. He was last seen on foot near the rural community of Maypole in Apple County.
“Residents in the area are instructed to stay in their homes with their doors locked and to alert authorities if they see anyone or anything suspicious.