Sadie Dawson thinks she has the perfect life until Christmas Day, when accusations and misunderstandings throw her life into turmoil. Terrified, she flees her boyfriend's wrath. Lost in a Montana snowstorm and desperate for refuge, she's taken in by four quirky guys on their annual holiday ski vacation.
As wounds heal, Sadie wonders if she will ever be able to escape the clutches of her wealthy and determined boyfriend. Just when her heart settles, she finds herself abandoned by the one person who swore to protect her for a religion she doesn't understand. She must discover who has her best interests at heart and who she can trust . . . before it's too late.
I've been sittin' here all night with you, And I've been been say-in' things
And though they're all true, They're not the ones need saying
So I'm sittin' here right next to you. I'm only askin' that you will see through
This game we both are play-in'.
And if you'll take the time In only reading my mind,
You could break down these walls I can't get through.
If you look past the words to what I'm sayin'
Look past the words to what I mean.
When you look past the words you'll see me achin' For the right time to tell you what I feel.
Now we're sitting here, two best friends Oh, how I want you to understand.
I know I should stop and say it.
Now we're sitting here too close for friends, And then you look at me and hold my hand.
Oh, why, why can't I say it?
Now I'm sitting here, next to you, Needing you, loving you,
Wishing you would be here knowing what all I feel.
How can I tell the truth Knowing you might not feel all the things I do.
When I look past your words to what you're sayin',
When I look past your words to what you mean,
When I look past your words I see you aching
For the right man to tell you what he feels. So I'll tell you how I feel.
Against the odds, Sarah Augustina Dawson survived the wrath of Guillermo. But not without a price. Forced to leave her beloved Montana behind, she and Josh are on the run.
Within the warmth of the South, Sadie is determined to find peace and conquer her past, even if only in her mind. But Guillermo can't let go. He's still orchestrating, hunting, and devising ways to exact his own kind of justice. When the law swings in his favor, he's ready to end the feud that started the moment Josh walked into Sadie's life.
"Only Rebecca Belliston can start off a story with the main character's funeral
and turn it into a happy ending. You will keep turning the pages of this book
long into the night anxious to find out what happens next!
Loved. Loved. Loved. It! Didn't want it to end!"
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This sequel to Sadie is intense. Belliston did a good job taking the reader on a very emotional journey of guilt, grief, fear, want, rage, and ultimately redemption. I couldn't put the book down near the end. It got so tense and scary. Bravo!
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