Sacrifices and Second Chances: Save Me [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Kendra Mei Chailyn & Jae-Lynn McKnight
eBook Category: Romance
eBook Description: What happens when you wake up and do not remember everything? Can one secret destroy a person's life? Drew Caldwell is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to the game of baseball but when it comes to his past, he has no idea. He was in an accident and after waking up, pieces of his past has been missing. He tries to ignore his feelings if incompleteness but cannot. Now he travels back to the small town where he grew up to find out what he's missing. Callie Harper has managed to build a life for her and her daughter. Now she is finally getting on with her life when in strolls the last person she expect, Drew Caldwell. Old feelings crops up and now her past is crashing down around her. She can't let him find out her secrets, because if he does, her life is over. Will Drew find out what Callie is hiding or will the secret remain just that a secret to be kept?
eBook Publisher: Red Rose Publishing/MC/IR, Published: 2007-09-20, 2007
Fictionwise Release Date: October 2007
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"Should you have taken that corner so fast?"
The road was wet and shimmered due to the streetlight. The windshield wipers danced back and forth landing with a clank on either side of the screen and the young man sitting beside the elderly driver hung on for dear life. The eighteen-wheeler veered around one corner from the highway's exit and the young man could feel the difference and unevenness of the truck as it attempted to straighten out. The teenager knew instantly that something bad was going to happen.
There was a horrible screeching sound that threatened to make him go deaf. The driver screaming at the top of his lungs caught his attention through his fear but the teenager was busy holding up his arms to shield his face.
Then nothing but darkness.
His feet beat against the pavement hard as he moved along the street. Glancing over his shoulder from time to time, he had to make sure he was still ahead of the action. His arms burned and his feet felt as though they were ready to fall off as he pushed himself to the limit. Ducking through traffic with horns blaring he took off down an alley, and when he emerged on the other side, he still didn't stop running. Making his way between a cluster of trees, he pushed his teenage body through a hole in the fence that tore through his skin but he didn't stop to check his wounds. The sirens were getting louder; they felt as if they were in his head.
He was about to duck across another street when two police cars pulled up before him trapping him. He skidded to a stop as police officers scrambled from the cars and pulled their weapons from their holsters and aimed them at him.
He knew that if he did anything wrong, even breathe, he was dead.
"Freeze!" they all yelled in unison and he lifted his hands in the air as the gun he was holding clattered to the ground and he collapsed to his knees.