After reading RJ Kaiser's "Squeeze Play", I began to look for his books - and this one did not dissapoint. A story about a lady named Stephanie running from bad guys who wants her money and were involved in dirty dealings with her husband. All the things a great book needs - interesting characters, scary bady guys, a hero who's a non-hero, and a pretty older lady who doesnt know how pretty she is - and needs a little help in figuring it out. Try it out - it was a great read.
Stephanie Reymond was just another lonely woman trapped in a miserable marriage. Now she's running from ruthless killers and is wanted by the FBI. Her husband, her sister and her best friend are dead-- murdered for a thirty million dollar fortune. Her fortune.
After Stephanie's husband is killed, she discovers that she has inherited millions. Stephanie feels that she did not really know her husband as good as she thought. Stephie decides to go on a vacation to the Caribbean and discovers that she is being followed. Later she finds out that her husband was stealing money from a powerful group of people. Stephie has to run Jack Kidwell, her only new friend on the island, who I feel is kind of a slime. She has to find a way to appease these dangerous people before she is bait for the fishes.
Stephanice Reymond was jist another lonely woman trapped in a miserable marriage.Now she's running for her life from ruthless killers and wanted by the F.B.I.
From back of book:
Stephanie Reymond was just another lonely woman trapped in a miserable marriage. Now she's running from ruthless killers and is wanted by the FBI. Her husband, her sister and her best friend are dead--murdered for a thirty million dollar fortune. ........Her fortune.
Alone and desperate, she flees to the Caribbean in search of a place to hide -- and to reclaim her money. She needs help and Jack Kidwell reluctantly offers it. He's an ex-con -- a man with nothing much to live for. But he's got a boat and a soft spot for beautiful women. especially ones who can pay.
Now Stephanie has entered a partnership with the most unlikely of allies. She's not convinced that Jack even cares if he lives or dies, and she certainly isn't sure she should trust him. But as they race the killers to the money, she knows, that her only choice is to trust -- or be killed.