What's in a Name?
Running for the wrong reason can still get you killed.
Kelli Carpenter has changed her name, her appearance — her life — to avoid being connected to a crime she committed in self defense years ago. But just when she thinks she has nothing to fear, handsome stranger Blake Windsor shows up.
He claims to be the handyman her boss sent to help complete the project she’s working on — Camp Getaway — a place where inner city kids will get respite from concrete and drive-bys. Without Blake’s skills, the refuge won’t be completed on time. Against her instincts, she accepts his help.
Blake Windsor, a corporate executive, begrudgingly returns to the blue-collar construction lifestyle he vowed to leave behind, hoping doing his boss this favor will advance his career. The woman he meets bears little resemblance to the woman he’s supposed to find, but something about her mystifies him, and he continues his deception in order to learn more about her.
When someone makes an attempt on Kelli’s life, she runs — but she takes Blake with her. Keep your friends close but your enemies closer is her philosophy. And Kelli is convinced Blake knows something that will link her to her former lover’s death, ending her life as she knows it.
About Terry Odell (Colorado Springs, Colorado Author)
From childhood, Terry Odell wanted to "fix" stories so the characters would behave properly. Once she began writing, she found this wasn't always possible, as evidenced when the mystery she intended to write turned into a romance, despite the fact that she'd never read one. Odell prefers to think of her books as "Mysteries With Relationships." She writes the Blackthorne, Inc. series, the Pine Hills Police series, The Triple-D Ranch series, and the Mapleton Mystery series, as well as a scattering of short stories.
Her short story collection, “Seeing Red” won the Silver Falchion award. You can find her high (that's altitude, of course—she lives at 9100 feet!) in the Colorado Rockies—or at her website.
You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and BookBub, and she’d love to see you at her blog, Terry’s Place. For sneak peeks and exclusive content, sign up for her more-or-less quarterly newsletter. You can also be notified of new releases via her Amazon page.