Okay so the title isn’t the greatest and the play on words isn’t the wittiest, and maybe I could’ve written on a different topic, but the fact is, whether you write mysteries, crime novels, suspense, or romance, there’s going to be a bad guy. Fiction runs on them. They’re grist for the mill; fuel for the conflict. Someone has to be the bank robber, the stalker, the dog kicker, or the heart breaker. So lets make ‘em real, shall we?
But we don’t. And it’s that barrier within you that will make your bad guys good. Or maybe I should say, help you create a better bad guy.
Daniel Borden is a thirty–year–old government accountant who lives a quiet life and plays by the rules. But when events transpire that shatter his orderly world and a team of assassins mark him for death, Daniel must flee for his life.
While on the run, Daniel encounters Laura Sky. Carefree and easygoing, Laura is everything that Daniel isn’t. But when the killers assigned to eliminate Daniel find him at Laura’s bed–and–breakfast, gunfire erupts and the two set out on the run once again.
As they try to unravel the mystery that confronts them, they discover how tenuous life can be and how their very existence depends on the God who will never abandon them.