From Mara Jacobs, the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Worth Series.
I could tell you my name, but then I'd have to kill you.
Forced to live in seclusion, my only contact with the outside world is with my online chat buddies. I give out different screen names with everyperson except with one: Confessor. To him, and only him, my name isBlackbird. He is my soul mate. At least online.
I make a livingbuying and selling used computers. Usually I can just ignore the stuffthat's left on the machine by the previous owner, but the desktoppicture on my newest acquisition stops me cold. It's the face of the man who killed my father twenty years ago. The man who sent me into hiding. The first time, anyway.
I start digging through themachine,telling Confessor about my every move. Except the part aboutwanting to avenge my father's murder.
A dead body gives me theperfect excuse to leave my nest and head to Tennessee, to find themurderer, and to reclaim my life. Once there, I find myself torn between two men, and pining for my mysterious Confessor. And just when I thinkI've got things solved, my past is revealed, throwing my plans ofvengeance into chaos.