Edie Swann roars into Redbud on her motorcycle, nabs a
bartending job at the local hotspot and then sets about
avenging her father's death. For years, she plotted to make
the men who ran her father out of Redbud pay for their part
in his death. All she wants is to the men who were somehow
involved in the situation that ended with her father's
death. Then she can question them and maybe get real
But Edie doesn't plan on dealing with Redbud's determined
and sexy sheriff, Holt Drennan. And as for Holt, he may be
more entranced with the tattooed and spirited bartender
than he should be, but that doesn't mean he'll ignore
Edie's involvement in suspicious deaths.
Strong emotions pack a wallop in Solomon's latest romantic
suspense. You'll root for the little girl in Edie who just
wants to know what happened to her daddy, but you'll cheer
on the tough woman she's become and admire her determined
look for answers. Holt, of course, is a dreamy hero -- made
even more attractive by his devotion to his daughter.
Solomon delivers with her usual attention to detail and
Revenge. Edie Swann has
hungered for it since she fled her hometown as a little
girl. Now she's returned, ready for payback. Armed with a
list of names, she leaves each one a chilling sign that
they have blood on their hands. Her father's blood. What
happens next turns her own blood cold: one by one, the men
she's targeted start dying.
Drennen knows Edie is hiding something. She has a haunted
look in her eyes and a defiant spirit, yet he can't
believe she's a murderer. As the body count rises and all
evidence points to Edie, Holt is torn between the town
he's sworn to protect and the woman he's come to desire.
But nothing is what it seems. Long buried secrets begin to
surface, and a killer won't be satisfied until the sins of
the past are paid in full--this time with Edie's blood.