When One phonecall Changes Everything…
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When the phone rings, Logan knows immediately that he shouldn’t answer it. But answer it he does, and by then, it’s too late to take it back. Now his plans to disappear for good go quickly south when he’s forced to go back to the home he can’t bear to return to in order to protect who’s left of those he loves.
About The Book
Logan Alexander is in exile.
As the most gifted cracker on the east coast, he’s made a few of the wrong friends and even more of the worst kind of enemies.
When a job takes an unexpected deadly turn, he goes into hiding. If he can just manage to stay away, then no one else will ever get hurt because of him.
Or so he thinks.
One phone call is all it takes to change all of that. To change everything. Forever.
One phone call thrusts him back into a world he swore to leave behind, and back to the home he can’t bear to return to.
One phone call puts his family — what’s left of them — in the gravest danger possible.
One phone call presents him with an impossible job, a job he doesn’t want to do. But he must do it or face some dire consequences.
“A thrill ride that keeps you guessing!“
“Grabs your attention and keeps it until the very last word.“
“Hello, Logan. Long time no see.”
The voice on the other end is unmistakable.
And it positively freezes my blood.
Option one. I ignore the phone call.
It’s a little too late for that, seeing as how I’m already here. Do I want to take a chance and call Julian’s bluff?
I’m not a hundred percent sure he’ll make good on his promise. But I probably shouldn’t put myself in a position to find out.
Option one goes flying out the window with the butt of my Marlboro Red.
Ryan drops his voice but keeps his eyes locked dangerously on mine. “Where the hell have you been?” he asks through gritted teeth.
I’ve never been afraid of my brother. I’m not now.
But at this moment, this exact moment, I swear he’s going to hit me.