Shelfari edited the description of Snap Me a Future Wednesday, October 13, 2010.
...a car drove by, lights intruding through the living room windows. She started to close the drapes. The beams exploded in a red roarflying glass and pain.
“Friggin’ reporter bitch,” a man’s voice screamed. “Next time write the truth about my friends, if you’re still alive.” Investigative reporter, Shelby McCoy, collapsed, a bullet near her spine. Twelve years later and still terrified by the moment, Shelby has fled newspaper work and heads the Public Relations Department at an arts mall in Mesa Vista, New Mexico. But she longs to overcome her fear and return to journalism. The man she loves, Benjamin Keith Andrews, and the man who loves her, Charlie Pearson, encourage her to do just that. She takes a safe assignment covering the arts for The Mesa Vista Times. But someone is stealing ancient pottery from area Indian ruins... While pursuing her love of photography, Shelby stumbles up a freshly looted site and, outraged, begins to gather facts. Even after a politically powerful man in the community threatens to kill Benjamin Keith if she releases the story, she is determined to expose the truth. With the looter’s knife to her head, can Shelby overcome her paralyzing fear? As his hostage, can she think fast enough to save herself and the man she loves? Or will another weapon shatter her life forever?