To See The Sun
You never know when I might play a wild card on you!
To See the Sun is Peg’s debut novel, released January 2012
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Pregnant and widowed hadn’t been part of her “happily ever after” dream. And now, someone was trying to kill her . . .
Erin Macintyre never expected to be a widow and a new mother in the same year, anymore than she expected mysterious notes, threatening phone calls, and a strange homeless man who seems to know all about her. The thought of raising a child without a father is daunting enough—worse when you have no idea who might want to harm you. Put an old flame into the mix, and her life begins a tailspin into a world she never knew existed.
When P.I. Clay Buchanan, stumbles upon Erin at her husband's gravesite, he’s totally unprepared for her advanced pregnancy. Her venomous reaction at seeing him, however, was predictable. But Clay can’t let her distrust, or his guilt, get in the way—not when he has evidence that proves Erin’s life is in danger.
With few options left, Erin begrudgingly accepts Clay’s help . . . and it just might be her undoing.
List Price: $12.99
Paperback: 356 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (January 6, 2012)
AND NOW...THE FIRST CHAPTER:
This was a great book. Peggy Phifer wrote a story that completely pulled me in from the beginning. I did not want it to end at all.
The characters were believable and I loved the interplay between each of them.
I can’t wait until the next book in the series comes out.
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