Sometimes the wounds you don’t see
hurt the most.
One night, Jillian Connors returned home to find items taken and her brother, Wesley, missing. Given his history with drug addiction, the police believe he has relapsed and is behind this robbery. Then the phone calls begin. Someone is looking for him and Wesley owes them fifty-thousand dollars. Jillian’s mission is simple. Find her brother before they do. When she hires Sonoran Security for assistance she is shocked to find out that Ian, her former boyfriend, has returned from two tours in the Army and has been assigned to her case. But Ian has changed. Every time she looks in his eyes, all Jillian sees is wariness, distrust, and hurt.
Ian Randall fled to the military and two tours in the Middle East to escape the pain of the break up with Jillian. War was rough, but adjusting to civilian life had been tougher. Struggling with PTSD, Ian hopes working for Sonoran Security will be the much needed fresh start he seeks. Now, Ian must deal with his reawakened feelings for Jillian as they embark on a frantic search to find out what is behind her brother’s disappearance and bring him home before it too late.
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