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Veiled Deception by Amy Romine
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Veiled Deception

by Amy Romine

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Eric sat through a barrage of unneeded attention for a simple flesh wound. After what seemed like forever, the doctors released him. It was early evening when Eric stepped onto the sidewalk. He saw several messages waiting for him and he began to listen to them when Adam pulled up with the car.
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“Either you are going to be with her, or you’re not. If you choose you’re not because of some sense of duty or honor, fine, great, whatever, but then you need to stay away. You need to disappear because you are hurting her more than you are helping.”
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She had become his prey. His plaything. The one he desired the most, but someone wanted her more.
Her resilience fading, Rebecca fights to remain strong against the man trying to destroy her mind and her life. Without the solace of Eric’s arms, Rebecca’s will to recover from the relentless blows wanes as she begins to break. Eric, forced to face his own choices, races to end the nightmare before the woman he loves is completely torn apart.
Just when they think the worst is over, the game and the stakes change.
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