When it was over, Kate Dalton, vowed to abolish the phrase “if only” from her vocabulary and make peace with what they did to survive.
But on that June morning when the black car thundered down the road, reviewing her regrets was as much a part of the morning routine as sipping a second cup of coffee at her desk in the corner of the farmhouse kitchen.
I am already wondering just what it is they have to survive and exactly how drastic is the action they need to take to ensure that survival, if they need to make peace with themselves when it is over?
This is the second book in the Kate Dalton suspense series and is the sequel to the intriguing, edge-of-the-seat read, ‘An Uncertain Refuge’.
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