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Rae N. Harber

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As the Grave
by Rae N. Harber   

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Category: 

Romance

Publisher:  Self-Published Type: 
Pages: 

159

Copyright:  April 2, 2008
Fiction

A woman is forced to return to her hometown and face a man she hasn't seen in years, all the while being thrown into a murderers sick plot to make her his own.

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Cassandra Wilson left the town of Tucker, Alabama ten years ago with a vow to never return. She never imagined someone dear to her would be put in danger. Forced upon her home, Cassy knew she would have to face the man she left behind all that time ago. But when the fires of their heated past began to rekindle, she feared she would never be able to leave Nate Havoc again.

They didn’t realize a menace waited to claim her for his own. He watched his plans for her return unfold, all the while weaving his next sinister plot to force her into his arms. He would use any means necessary — lust, betrayal, and even murder.


Excerpt

For a moment everything slowed, then stopped, and she could only feel the bite from the edge of the note. Her mind flooded as she withdrew her hand, the little square in her palm.

On it was her name, written in scrawled, choppy handwriting.

The sound of her breathing echoed in her head before her heartbeat drowned it out, her hands working for what seemed like hours to open the simple thing.

All thought was drowned as she read the simple words, written in the same small, choppy style.

They’ll all die eventually
Come to me




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