By Sharon Sala
Her "father's" deathbed confession unearths that Holly's actual father used to be probably the infamous serial killer referred to as "The Hunter," and that her mom gave Holly as much as store her lifestyles. however the Hunter used to be by no means caught—and Holly's mom easily vanished.In seek of her prior, Holly leaves either her domestic and Bud Tate, the good-looking ranch foreman she's afraid to like, horrified through the data that the blood of a wicked killer could run via her veins. Haunted, pushed, she searches for The Hunter and hopes her mom used to be wrong.But her seek results in a bad fact not anyone can have imagined, or even Bud's choice to stick with and safeguard the girl he loves is probably not sufficient to avoid wasting Holly from the terrors of a prior develop into current.
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The roast she’d put in the oven a couple of hours ago was done, as were the vegetables she’d put in with it. She’d just taken a chocolate pie out of the oven and set it on the counter to cool. The meringue was a thing of beauty, with the peaks browned lightly to a golden perfection. Now all she had to do was make a salad and the meal would be ready. She glanced at the clock. It was half past seven. The sun had already set. She walked out onto the back porch to look toward the barn, then beyond to the stables to see if she could see Bud’s truck.
She didn’t answer. The only thing she was capable of at the moment was tears, and Bud knew enough to let her cry it out. He’d been a young man, barely out of his teens, when he’d come to work for Andrew Slade, but over the years he and Andrew had become best friends. He’d adored Andrew’s girls from the start, and they’d returned the feeling. He wasn’t sure when he realized his fondness for Holly had turned into something more. Holly was twenty-five now, finally old enough for his thirty-nine years.
She walked out onto the back porch to look toward the barn, then beyond to the stables to see if she could see Bud’s truck. No luck. She shivered as a blast of cold air whipped around the side of the house. Spring was here, but Montana weather had yet to catch up with that fact. She had turned to go back inside when she heard the sound of an engine and saw the lights of Bud’s truck coming out from behind the barn. Instead of going inside, she wrapped her arms around her waist and waited for him to reach the house.
Blood Trails by Sharon Sala