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A Ride Home - eBook  -     By: Pamela Howell
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Title: A Ride Home - eBook
By: Pamela Howell
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781490858982
ISBN-13: 9781490858982
Stock No: WW73906EB

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All college student Kayla Hartley wants is to go home for Thanksgiving, but moneys tight since her father died. Shes homesick and, whether she wants to admit it or not, still grieving. Out of desperation, she accepts a ride from a stranger whose name she finds on a ride board at college.


Despite her roommates warning, Kayla gets into the car with Mark Lawson, a handsome cowboy, who charms his way into her heart.


But is he too attractive for his own good?


Its 800 miles across an unforgiving, barren landscape from San Angelo, Texas, to her hometown in Arizona, and as night falls and the road becomes more desolate, Kayla begins to wonder if shes made a mistake, a terrible one that might cost her dearly.


A wreck leaves them stranded in the rugged Trans-Pecos region of West Texas. Kayla suffers a concussion, and the car is no longer drivable. The nearest town is one hundred miles away. Its dark and getting cold. She thinks theyre alone.


Shes wrong.


Having grown up in the desert, Kayla knows its dangers. Sandstorms. Flash floods. Gila monsters. And rattlesnakes and other predators, like coyotes. But, as Kayla soon finds out, the most dangerous predator in the desert is human.


And hes close.


Very close.

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