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When Rachel and her family make a routine stop and become the targets of a violent assault, their summer road trip descends into a nightmare. Only the intervention of a stranger saves her life, and as they flee the crime scene, she wavers between fear and self-preservation. Can she trust him? Can she afford not to? Short-tempered and wholly impatient with her, Eric was somehow connected to it all, but he’s her key to surviving in a bleak new world. The first step in doing this is running as fast, and as far, as she can.
Moving forward in a dissolute whirlwind, Rachel has just one goal: to forget that day, by any means possible. But as her tangled connection with Eric deepens, she can’t quite forgive his role in it. She can’t forget his ties to the person responsible. And she can’t let go of the anger that begins to take root, leading her into a dangerous quest she might not come back from.
In What Remains is a dark and gritty novel of loss, love, and survival in a time when everything familiar is gone.
I’ve been writing stories almost as long as I’ve been reading them. I tend to lose myself in books, and I reread the great ones over and over again. My Kindle is pretty much always with me, which I love because I get to take my favorite books wherever I go. Aside from reading and writing, I love to travel and eat and play. I don’t love cleaning or attending to adult responsibilities. I live in the Midwest with my husband and our outgoing extrovert of a daughter, and my day job is in banking.