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China Blue

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He is haunted by a mistake he can't forget. In Ryan McKenna's rookie year on the police force, he makes an error in judgment that nearly costs a teenaged girl her life. He quits the force, spends half a decade living a life from the bottom of a bottle trying to forget the past. Eventually, he sobers up, becomes a private investigator and works to build a successful security business. But he never forgets the girl with the China Blue eyes. She is haunted by a past she can't remember. At fifteen, Kayla Walker wakes from a coma with no recollection of the brutal attack that lands her in the hospital. She spends three years in a state orphanage, attends college in Upstate New York and never returns to the City. She supports herself as an artist, renowned for the striking images she creates. But not all the images are for sale. The troubling ones are personal and reflect the awful memories still locked in her mind Together, they must work to unlock the past. When the man responsible for the attack on Kayla is released from prison, Ryan steps into action. He intends to warn Kayla but cannot. She's still suffering from amnesia. Ryan does something better. He insinuates himself into her life waiting for the moment when her memories catch up with her present. What he doesn't anticipate is the intensity of the attraction between them and the immediacy of the danger they face.

Genre: General Fiction

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