Cover Designer: Robert Barrett
Becca and Hunter plan a future without knowing their past...
Few people know the entire truth about Becca and Hunter's connection. Even fewer are living. One is in hiding, and another is closer than they think. They're still no closer to knowing everything. Hunter gets a piece of his old life back while Becca still longs for all the answers.
One terrifying night brings consequences....
Someone doesn't want them to find the answers and will go to dire lengths to keep the past hidden. The question is, who? With so many people involved, which one of them would go to the extreme to make sure they never know?
The hunter becomes the hunted.....
With the one person hiding who started the whole thing, everyone is desperate to find her and gain the truth or keep her silent forever. It's only a matter of time....
The final installment of the Masterpiece Trilogy is full of triumph, mystery, romance and so much more. Prepare for the twists and turns as Becca and Hunter make their way to forever.
Rushing inside to get her camera, she went to work, pushing real life's pain and struggle out of her mind. It wasn't working this time, but it was still a good distraction.
Someone rapped on the door.
“I'll be out in awhile!” Becca called.
“I'm not waiting awhile. I'm coming in right now.” Hunter said from the other side of the door before opening it.
She continued to take pictures from different angles, focusing on the snowflakes.
“Bec, we need to talk about this... What are you doing?”
“You'll see.” She continued to take pictures.
Hunter waited for a few minutes. Once Becca set the camera down, he pounced, circling his arms around her. “Bec-”
“I'm not apologizing. Maybe I should, I don't know, but I couldn't take another moment in there. Why did this have to be today? Why couldn't we for once, enjoy a first together with happiness?”
“I know. I wanted that more than anything, too. I pushed him. He showed me the text and I made him tell me what he knew. Maybe I should have waited-”
Becca put her fingers against his lips. “Don't you apologize either! We shouldn't have to keep being sorry for wanting to know the truth, or for saying what we feel. Isn't that what you always tell me?”
“It is.” Hunter stared back at her.
“I'll be down in a little while. I just need a little time to calm down. I'm so angry, Hunter. There's too many secrets and so much pain. Just when I think it can't get worse, I'm proven wrong. I can't stand it!”
“I know.” He drew her closer, running his fingers through her hair. “This one hit me hard, too.”