THE GEORGIA FELL SERIES
I see a slim arm in the long grass. Its palm is turned toward the sky, hot-pink nails chipped and caked with black dirt. Recognition hits me like a wrecking ball. It’s my sister. I desperately shake her, even though I know. Her blue eyes are cold and vacant.
Fresh out of military PD and with nowhere to go, Georgia Fell is forced back to her Michigan island hometown to face painful memories of the night she left ten years ago, betrayed and broken-hearted. But when a frantic text has her racing to a run-down bar on the isolated tip of the island, her heart shatters to find her sister dead on the ground, purple bruises covering her slim, beautiful neck. The police rule Rachel’s death an overdose, but Georgia knows that cannot be true. She let her little sister down in life, and she won’t do it in death.
Rachel’s best friend is keeping secrets about what happened at the bar that night, but gaining the trust of the wary teenager is going to take time. And when the girl goes missing, it’s time that Georgia doesn’t have. She has no choice but to turn to the one person she’s been avoiding since she returned to the island. Lincoln McNamara’s searing hazel eyes are bad for Georgia’s sanity, and seeing him as a doting single dad is even worse for her heart. But he was one of the last people to see Rachel’s friend before she disappeared.
Can Georgia trust Lincoln, knowing what he’s capable of? As past heartache wars with new desire, can she trust herself? With an innocent girl’s life on the line, does she even have a choice?