When she was just a child, Jade’s mother stole her away from her father and descended into the cultish world of The People of Joy. But her mother dies, and Jade is trapped for years of horrific treatment and abuse by members of the cult who now control her.She finally escapes but has to live on the run, hoping the cult never finds her—because they’ll stop at nothing to keep their secrets safe. Living on the streets, and always on the move, Jade turns to art for salvation and for survival.When a painting of his vanished wife surfaces, Sam Cochrane knows the artist has to lead him to the girl he’s never stopped searching for—his long-lost daughter Jade. He hires friend and ex-cop Luke Kelly to help find her. Soon Jade and her father are reunited, but as Luke and Jade grow closer and finally begin to feel safe, little do they know of the danger the news of her miraculous return puts her in…
Photojournalist Tory Lancaster has taken the photo of her life: not one that brings her fame and riches, but one that triggers her memories—bad memories.Abandoned as a little girl and bounced from foster home to foster home, Tory has finally found love with Brett Hooker, an investigator for the Oklahoma County District Attorney's Office.She has no memories before the day she came home to an empty house, but the crowd photo she took, with the old man and his distinctive tattoo, sets off nightmares and glimpses of a past she has refused to remember.When her dark thoughts start taking over, to the point of madness, Brett is her lifeline to sanity and they both know that she must remember in order to forget.
Clay and Frankie LeGrand are deliriously happy newlyweds. But when Frankie suddenly disappears, Clay must deal with his broken heart, as well as his change in status from respected construction foreman to prime suspect.Then, as suddenly as she had disappeared, Frankie is back. Clay finds her at home in bed, just where he left her two long years ago, as if nothing has happened.There are sinister clues: a tattoo on Frankie’s neck, needle marks on her arm, and a powerful man who has been trying to control her since childhood. But though her memory is lost, the part of her that matters most—her will to survive—is not. Wherever she has been, she has still found her way back to Clay. But can they recover the safety and security they both deserve?
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