R.J. BoydFiction, Crime, Thriller, Romance
Sarah is a struggling single mum who is nearly struck by lightning. The experience comes with the image of a clock telling a specific time. That image becomes a reality as she pushes a handsome man out of the way to buy a lottery ticket. Perhaps though, her destiny lays with him and not with the outcome of the lottery draw.
Suzanneâ€™s twenty year marriage to Jack was over. He was in love with her best friend. While walking in a violent thunder storm to clear her head, she remembers Troyâ€™s hidden love letter. Inspired by its recovery, she sets out to pursue the fantasy of a lost love, only to discover that fate has a way of dealing its own hand.
Kristyâ€™s cat, Misty Blue, is dying. To escape her heartache, she goes to a hypnotist show and ends up as one of the subjects. She embarrasses herself when she sits on a handsome strangerâ€™s lap, to kiss and cuddle him. She is a rural journalist. He works for an animal welfare organisation. Their paths would cross again.
In a sequel to, â€˜Justice is Personal,â€™ Jamie Wells continues his quest to get justice for his sister Laura. Since the inquest, he had executed two of the three surviving suspects. Now heâ€™s pursuing the last man. His quest for justice would see him form an unlikely alliance with a female investigative reporter, to hunt down other sexual offenders.
Forty years ago a young woman had been gang raped and murdered. Five years ago there was an Inquest into her death, with a finding of insufficient evidence to commit anyone to trial. The gang had gotten away with murder. But a chance encounter with one of the suspects, by the brother of the dead woman, were about to see events turn full circle.