Catch Harris is a troubled man. During a powerful winter storm, he witnesses the shocking abduction of his waitress, Hallie Baker, by a group of well trained men in the parking lot of a local diner. Reluctantly, he follows them to an isolated cabin just north of Lake Tahoe , where he discovers... read more
“Adrenaline rampaged through his body like a powerful surge of electricity, shorting his motherboard, wiping his organic hard-drive clean, leaving behind a single line of undeletable code; code that was hardwired into our basest, most primordial core, code that dictated every breath, every step, and had remained unchanged since the conception of time itself… Survive, no matter the cost. Kill or be killed. And here, on that primitive plain, there was no fear, no doubt, no guilt, no shame. All that was left was him, and them. A battle to the death—modern day gladiators, trading steel, blow for blow in a coliseum of ice at the top of the world.”
“Her words had a certain quintessential wisdom that made her seem wise beyond her years. A wisdom gained by surviving through terror and grief in the woods of humanity, enduring its prickly thorns and lashing vines, all the while learning life’s hard lessons with real, not imagined, experience. Intriguing as she was, Catch—and not for the first time—felt exposed in her presence, like she was staring straight into his soul with her electric eyes, turning him inside out in a way no one else had ever done before.”
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