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Working at home alone, a fall gale howling around the rafters, Amy jumps when an object suddenly strikes the window behind her. Whirling around, she see a woman's rain-streaked face staring at her through the dark glass. Amy freezes. No! This can't be possible! There is a movement off to the side. Stunned, Amy watches a pale hand slide down the glass leaving long streaks of crimson.

Almost immediately her life shatters. Something sinister shadows her now. Her young son suddenly disappears. She is catapulted into a world she knows nothing about . . . a place where a killer rules, where her life is in constant peril, and where she believes her son has been taken.

To find Jamie, Amy must dislodge a killer who hunts her relentlessly. Sheriff Dallas Wayburne's investigation parallels Amy's. They are thrown together in a race against time.

WINTER'S DESTINY is an edge-of-the-seat thriller - love story set on the rugged Pacific Coast of Oregon where the story reaches a spectacular conclusion.


A Thriller you won't put down

In a heartbeat, a single mistake can alter everything . . . and suddenly you realize . . . life will never ever be the same. 

Soul Fire is an emotionally charged story of one girl's fight to overcome the horrors of bullying, her endeavor to right a wrong, and how her exuberance for life along with tender young love, loyal friendships, and having a good family help her survive. 

​What Readers Say...

"I can tell y​ou it was a great read...especially if you like Catherine Coulter, Lisa Gardner or Iris Johansen!"​

"Anyone who loves a good mystery grab this book & buckle up for an exciting read. Fast, furious & heart pounding good."

​"OMG...if my eyes would've permitted as well as time, I would have read it straight through. It kept my attention from page one."


What readers say...

"I laughed, I cried, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading this engaging story!"

​"I was captivated from the first page!"

"AMAZING. That's all I can say. This book was wild and crazy but still so true and real."



​Nancy Allan