Two Reasons to Run
by Colleen Coble
Gripping romantic suspense from USA TODAY bestselling author Colleen Coble.
A lie changed her world.
Police Chief Jane Hardy is still reeling from the scandal that rocked her small-town department just as she took over for her retired father—the man who wrecked her life with one little lie. Now she’s finally been reunited with her presumed-dead fifteen-year-old son, Will, and his father, documentarian Reid Bechtol.
A crisis looms.
When a murder aboard the oil platform Zeus exposes an environmental terrorist’s plot to flood Mobile Bay with crude oil, Jane and Reid must put their feelings for each other behind them and work together to prevent the rig from being sabotaged.
A killer targets her son.
Then the terrorist puts her son Will’s life on the line. Protecting him could be the common ground they need . . . but then ghosts from the past threaten to ruin Jane and Reid for good.
She’s got plenty of reasons to run. But what if she stays?
More danger and intrigue in the continuing saga of Chief of Police Jane Hardy and Reid Dixon.
In this story, Jane is hot on the tail of someone intent on destroying an oil rig out in the ocean. Only nobody believes her, and she’s not sure just what is going on.
The story also continues delving into the backstory of Jane and Reid, and gives more of their history.
I really loved Jane’s character and getting to know her better. She’s been through so many things. Now, she’s finally getting to know her son Will, and is determined to keep him safe at all costs. Which is why the terrorist threats against him have her so rattled.
I enjoyed reading this story, and look forward to reading the final book in the series.
This story is exceptional, and I did not want to put it down until I’d reached the end. If you enjoy mystery and suspense, you won’t want to miss it!
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