It’s a wild ride going south. Come along. Once you’re there, you’ll find yourself immersed with a biker gang, a beautiful young woman, and a mysterious dude. Escape is the plan. Survival is the ultimate goal. This fast-paced suspense novel will have you hanging by a thread. But hang on, it’s worth the wait. See what others are saying about the book on Amazon Reviews:

What recourse does she have? She’s married to a violent, jealous man who swears he’ll kill her rather than let her go. And he happens to be a cop, who has the means to find her wherever she runs. She concocts a plan to disappear, faking her own death, and hit the road with a potentially dangerous gang of bikers. Don’t make plans once you start reading this. You won’t want to put it down. Dennis Carrigan, author of Memphis 1873

This is the first that I have read of this author and I was mesmerized. Amazon Customer

Well written with a believable plot. The subject matter is timely. People should not live in fear. The statements about the drug war are spot on. Amazon Customer

This was entertaining to read but also highlighted a very important problem that is so often hidden! Amazon Customer

A frightening and exciting story of a hell-on-earth existence, a marriage destroyed by a psychotic husband, and the unintended consequences when, in desperation, the abused wife decides to fake her own murder and disappear into the world of motorcycle gangs. Hang on to your seat while Susan Wilson takes us on a spellbinding journey into the dark, criminal world of outlaw bikers, as Alana Dupree discovers life, hope, and true love in a most unlikely place from a most unlikely hero. James Boatner, author of Red Pawn

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About Susan MIlls Wilson

Susan Mills Wilson is a native of North Carolina where she writes romantic suspense. She is the leader of the Charlotte Writers Club Mystery Critique Group and a member of Charlotte Writers Club. Subscribe to Susan’s blog at www.susanmillswilson.com.
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