Three strangers, one fatal link
Fiction , Police / Detective, Crime
May 22, 2015
Dani didn’t say yes to his proposal. Now he’s gone. To prove her love to him she must find his killer. When an unknown twin brother and daughter show up & her other case heats up, two stories blend into one.
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Lieutenant Dani Castello lost her partner, lover and almost fiancé.
Detective Jake Santos lost a twin brother he only recently met.
Katie Granta lost her father two minutes after she met him for the first time.
Dani was told to take a vacation to get her head back in the game after her loss. But there is no way she can do that. Not with the killer still on the loose. Her life gets more complicated when Jake shows up. A man that looks exactly like the man she lost. A man she never met or heard anything about. If that wasn’t enough someone is killing teenagers and the only clue they have is they all have the same tattoo. A tattoo that was designed over forty years ago.
Jake transferred across the country to find the person responsible for taking his brother away from him. While he was only just getting to know his brother, he felt the bond that was missing all his life. Dani came up in more than one conversation as they were trying to get to know each other. Now that Jake has met her, he was seeing first hand why his brother fell head over heels in love with her. All he had to do now was find the killer before he falls for his brothers woman. If that wasn’t enough he has to find the niece he didn’t even know he had before something happens to her.
Katie ran away from home to protect her mother. She was alone until she met a boy that helped her learn how to survive on the streets. Just as the loneliness was starting to subside, her new friend was killed. If that wasn’t enough, it turns out that running away was all for nothing. She thought if she wasn’t around her mother she would be safe. But she was wrong.
Three people who never met are now fatally linked with a single goal in mind. Finding the person responsible for their loss. All they have to do is work through all the emotional turmoil that brought them together to reach their goal.