Remington McKinney has led a sheltered life. For thirteen years, she’s had only her uncle, her four older cousins, and the mountains of West Virginia for company. She’s almost twenty-one, and she’s finally at college and free to experience everything she's been missing out on.
Until the nightmares start.
Nightmares she hasn’t had since she was eight, when her father died and her uncle took her in. Nightmares that suggest her childhood wasn’t what she’d always believed, that her father wasn’t a sedate tax accountant, wasn't a nice man at all.
The truth about her past will threaten everything she thought she knew about herself, and her past isn't the only place secrets lurk. The man she's falling love with, a man who makes the nightmares fade, isn't the person he's pretending to be.
**This is a full-length novel, which can be read alone or as part of the series.**