Some call it a 500-year event. For three solid days, it rained. It rained like it had never rained before. It was a pounding, unrelenting rain—a rain that turned Nashville’s roads into streams and turned rivers and creeks into raging killing zones. For the first time, Mark Rollins’ technology was failing him. He was supposed to be keeping Ann Sims safe; but, blinded by the massive storm, he couldn’t even find her when he needed to most.
There was something different about Ann Sims. She wasn’t just beautiful; her figure was like those of the women in pictures men painted on their war planes and pasted inside their lockers. Women like Sims often lead lonely lives or make poor choices in men. She was smart, a lawyer, about to inherit a fortune, married to an abusive husband that she wanted to divorce—and she had a secret. So did the old decaying mansion that she, as a lawyer, was preparing to auction off for its heirs. The secrets were deadly—the kind that gets people killed.
And then there was the wine, a wine to kill for!
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