It started with a winning lottery
ticket, and could end with her death.
Despite her estranged fiancé raving that it’s a waste of money,
Maren Padgett decides to try her luck and buys a lottery ticket with the
last few bucks in her wallet. What could it hurt? What Burke Shavet
wasn’t expecting was for Maren to actually win. With dollar signs in his
eyes, he starts making big plans for the big winnings, contrary to Maren
begging him to slow down. She’s uncomfortable with how fast he’s moving,
with good reason.
She should’ve trusted her instincts. Pushing a spur of the
moment trip to the Grand Canyon, Burke had it all planned out…
Maren owes her life to the people living at the bottom of the canyon. Especially to the mysterious black-haired man named Thann who rescued her. The problem is she doesn’t remember why her life was in danger to begin with. She can’t remember anything actually. But slowly, her memories are returning, and no one is happy with what she’s recalling.
Warning! Contains lumpy soap, a shopping spree, a heavy load, an Oscar-worthy performance, five hundred million reasons, white water, petroglyphs, and a devastating act that brings two people together seeking justice...and love.