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In high school Bryce had fancied Evie, but she was a wild child and he was a good Christian boy. As the years passed Evie married Jack and Bryce became a State Trooper. One time when Bryce was called to a domestic at their house Evie had a gun on Jack. It turned out to be unloaded and Jack said she was a bit unstable. When she came to Bryce to report Jack missing, Bryce felt she could be behind it.
Evie wanted Bryce to believe in her. Her marriage was a bad one and Jack believed in mental cruelty. Evie worked hard for herself and her little girl.
The story is a good crisp tale, fast flowing and with rich characters. It is an inspirational romance with God a large part of the story. Bryce is struggling with his faith and is surprised that someone like Evie attends church.
The characters of Bryce and Evie form the main part of the story. Glynis, Evie's little girl is a delightful addition with her delightful lisp she can charm any reader.
When Jack's body is found and Bryce arrests Evie, she is scared and hurt that Bryce believes she could kill her husband and dispose of his body then carry on as normal.
Bryce is struggling to keep his feelings for Evie under control and do his job at the same time.
Meanwhile it is Evie who turns to God in her time of need and clings to the her faith that The Lord will see justice done and her name cleared.
The story has a lot of tension and so much undercurrents of electric feelings between Bryce and Evie to make it a very exciting read.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and highly recommend it.