Fate, Chance and Circumstance
A prisoner in her own home.
Held captive by someone who was supposed to protect her, who’d taken an oath to protect all innocents.
When Avery Asher’s policeman father is finally sentenced for the neglect and abuse he put her through, she takes it as a sign that things are about to change for the better.
She spends the next two years enjoying her freedom, learning to trust again. Learning to live again.
But as with all good things, they come to an end sooner or later.
When one insignificant act of stupidity turns into one of the biggest mistakes of her life, it sends her reeling.
Suddenly events from her childhood come rushing back to haunt her.
Things are happening all over again, only this time it’s much worse.
You’d think witnessing a murder was simple. You report it, testify, and move on.
Unfortunately, accusing a policeman of murder when no one believed her the first time isn’t something Avery can do.
Now on the run for her life, she enlists the help of an acquaintance Eli Kindred. A man of questionable background who seems to specialise in kicking ass, as well asevading all of her probing questions.
Not that Avery cares much at the moment.
If she survives the week, she’ll make it her personal mission to crack the mystery of Eli Kindred.