Is it really over? Has Bernice left Evan for good, betrayed by his emotional infidelity and her own feelings of guilt, self doubt, and inadequacy? Is the misfit crime fighting couple finally accepting that love and sexual compatibility just can’t overcome troubled inner psyches and baggage from complicated pasts?
Not if Evan Wyatt has anything to say about it. He’ll stop at nothing to find Bernice and show her how important she is to his future, his sanity, his everything. Of course, he wasn’t counting on having to save her life and solve a murder in the process.
Bernice Hordstrom, meanwhile, is just trying to cope with getting up in the morning and minding her own business without pissing anyone off. When someone copycats a murder that is very personal to Bernice, she realizes she failed miserably on that front. So, on the run she must go, to hide from her past, from Evan, and from this stalker who’s decided to take Bernice out once and for all. She must disappear to whereabouts unknown. Bernice needs to be the woman in the wind.