Marcia Tenant hadn't intended on changing her life so drastically, but her shortcut to the theater put her into the middle of a gangland killing. From that night forward her life, the thirty some years she'd lived so far, would be wiped out. Not by her demise but the witness protection program she was placed into.
Gino Cantori had threatened her life when he'd been hauled out of the courtroom, after she had testified against the major crime boss of New York. Her possessions were gone, to be donated to some charity no doubt. She was left with nothing but her new name.
Sean Weston, after surviving multiple gunshot wounds retires from the Portland, Oregon prosecutor's office to live in Avila Beach. He has minimal dreams but the one at the top of his list is to find a woman who will become his partner. His life on the police force and then the prosecutor’s office was not conducive to romance.
This is the story of their meeting and ensuing adventures at the hands of those that seek to harm Marcia in her new life.
I began writing fiction when I retired in August 2009. I’d been thinking about it for several months prior but my wife, Linda, suggested that I needed more of a hobby than golf. Golf in Vancouver, Washington, in the winter, is no picnic. I started writing love stories and soon moved to detective stories, then mixed the two. I write from three to four hours every day seven days a week. I even write on vacation.