The Woman Trapped in the DarkBlink, Texas Trilogy (Volume 3)
J. D. Mason
St. Martin's Griffin
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St. Martin's Griffin
St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781250052278336 Pages
The Woman Trapped in the Dark is the propulsive third novel in J.D. Mason's contemporary trilogy about unforgettable love, scorching desire, and dangerous secrets.
Marriage can be deadly.
People disparaged their relationship. Enemies tried to tear them apart. But even so, Abby Rhodes and Jordan Gatewood fought hard to be together. Now, they are looking to settle into a life of married bliss. But sometimes the greatest threat stems from the person you trust the most.
Someone is hunting Abby. She has been taken prisoner, held captive by those who would stop at nothing to destroy Jordan. Now he must figure out how his dark and murky past holds the key to finding her.
Every moment, hour, or day that these people keep her locked in this place slowly robs Abby of any hope she has of surviving this nightmare. She wants to believe that Jordan will save her, but it doesn't take long for Abby to realize that it's up to her to find a way out of this terrifying ordeal before it's too late.
Wave My Own Pride
“BACK THEN, HE WAS AS DUMB as a rock.” Lars Degan laughed. “Young and pretty as a peacock, but stupid. I did like him, though. Truly, I did.”
His son, Brandon Degan, stared quizzically at his seventy-nine-year-old...
Praise for The Woman Trapped in the Dark
"Chock full of unexpected twists, turns, secrets, and spirits plus a healthy dose of redemptive love." - Kirkus on Seducing Abby Rhodes
"A heart-pounding and terrifyingly awesome story!" - RT Book Reviews Top Pick on The Real Mrs. Price
“Readers are taken on a phenomenal journey that elicits gasps when the bombshell hits. Mason pens another astounding work.” —RT Book Reviews on Crazy, Sexy, Revenge
“Taut, suspenseful and unforgettable. Run, do not walk, and get this book!” —Zane, New York Times bestselling author on Beautiful, Dirty, Rich
“Mason's characters create an addictive drama with universal themes of laying claim to family--and to the truth.” —Publishers Weekly on Beautiful, Dirty, Rich