Heather took the West Virginia Turnpike even though her family had warned her against it. But she didn’t care. She didn’t care about them or what they thought any longer. Having left home after she caught her fiancé with her sister, Heather is making her way to Boston to start her life over and forget herself in her work in order to forget her past. But as the car accelerates up a turn, her rage and anger bubbling over, she soon realizes that the brakes are no longer working. The thought of jumping doesn’t scare her, so done with what her life had brought her. She jumps from the car as it continues to accelerate up and over the edge.
Trent was in the woods again, trying to track down any signs of who, or what, had murdered the hiker in the woods. But with the hiker’s body strewn all over the forest, it was hard to get a good scent of the killer. But what Trent did see was a car flying off the edge of the road, the driver leaping right before it went over the side. Together with his sister, the make their way down to the road right as the ambulance arrives. But all it takes is one look at the woman to know that she is going to live, the sight of her drawing Trent closer, making him want to know more about her.
Heather wakes to the sound of growling, seeing a strange man in her hospital room. She is soon introduced to Trent, a local Bear who lives just outside of town with his family. His sister eventually makes a visit to Heather, offering her a place to stay till she can figure things out and find a way to make it to Boston. But the more time she spends with Trent and his family, the more she is liking the small town life. Even more so when Trent admits that there is a strong connection between them that he cannot deny any longer. But if they are going to be together, then he’ll have to figure out who is killing innocent people in the woods and trying to make it look like Trent is behind all the killings.
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