Running Out of Fear
Michelle Matthews can’t keep running when her past catches up with her. Unfortunately, someone wants her dead and she’s on the run again. Only this time she’s stuck running with the very man who caused her to run in the first place.
Jake Collier has too much to worry over than to be concerned with Michelle’s concerns. Women are dying of drug overdoses, his ex-wife, included. As the lead DEA agent on the case, it’s up to him to investigate rumors of a sex slave/drug operation that’s floating around after a website advertising the ultimate night of pleasure in graphic display is discovered. Jake believes the attempts on Michelle’s life are somehow related to his current case and whether Michelle wants his help or not, he’s not about to let her out of his sight.
When another fiery attempt sends the two into deeper cover, hurtful truths about their pasts come out. Neither is guilt free. At this point, both Shelly and Jake wonder the same thing. Even if they do survive, can they find enough forgiveness in their hearts in order to love again?
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Sandy Loyd considers herself a Western girl through and through. She was born and raised in Salt Lake City and has the opportunity to work and live in some fabulous places in the US, including South Florida. She now calls Kentucky home, where she writes full time. As much as she loves her current hometown, she misses the mountains and needs to go back to her roots to get her mountain fix at least once a year.
To date, she’s published six books. The first four are contemporary romances, pulled from various memories from the antics of friends when she was single—back when they were looking for that someone special to spend their life with, out of the thousands to choose from. She has two romantic mystery/suspense/thrillers. Her latest Running Out Of Fear is set in south central Kentucky, close to Mammoth Cave. Check it out. It’s free on Amazon January 10h & 11th.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I wanted to write something that utilized the Kentucky landscape and lakes. It’s a beautiful area and I tried to come up with a story that was heart felt and thrilling.