Jamey Marcum committed crimes in this undercover operation. Allee Jones was his victim. Despite saving her life, Jamey's guilt is overwhelming.
When Allee becomes pregnant, the two decide to raise the child together. What Jamey begins to realize is Allee has debilitating anxieties that often become violent.
Neither can deny the desire they have for one another, but Jamey's guilt and Allee's problems threaten to tear them apart.
Can she forgive him? Can he accept her outbursts? Can they reconcile their problems to have a future?
About Anna Hague (Indianapolis, Indiana Author)
In Anna Hague's other life, she freelances as a sports writer, and has worked in the newspaper business for twenty-five years.
Her and her husband of thirty years live in central Indiana with three parrots, a dog and an occasional foreign exchange student.