Published: May 22, 2011
Words: 69,061 (approximate)
Hunted since before her birth, Jessica Baxter relies upon the protection of her father to keep her safe from harm. What neither of them knows is that her father has his own dark legacy bequeathed by a father he never knew. The bonds of family are tested as the fate of two Earths, each a shadow of the other, rests upon the hunted becoming the hunter.
Eric’s dreams were shattered when his wife was taken from him by a reckless driver on a snowy Alaskan road. All that remained was his newborn daughter, Jessica. Uprooting to provide a safer life for his child, Eric moved back home to northern Michigan.
Thirteen years later with Jessica raising the bar in everything she does, darkness returns to the Baxter’s life in the form of a crazed gunman. Surviving the assassin and seeking answers, Eric has to dig into the secrets of his deceased wife’s past and find his own father that he never knew.
The answers are beyond belief – until the next hunter shows up with orders to kidnap Jessica and take her back to the world he came from. In order to protect her Eric has to push past sanity and reason to embrace his own dark legacy.
, parallel worlds
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on April 30, 2012 :
Not bad. Story concept and plot well done, but grammar could use improvement as well as idiomatic usage which tends to be hokey. E. G. use of "manly", in my opinion, should have been left out, or if the author insisted on an adjective, then an improvement at least would have been "masculine".
Story ending suggests author may yet write a sequel and I would be curious to see how he gets father and daughter out of their respective pickles.
(review of free book)