By Charles McRaven
Landing in Charlottesville, Virginia, itinerant girl carpenter Wesley Whitestone scores the ideal job with the ideal boss, the restoration of a historic plantation house. But she stumbles onto a drug operation run by the owner and his family, and the violence escalates. She's joined by an unlikely companion, and together, they evade determined, deadly hunters. What follows is a prolonged chase scene, from Virginia to Arkansas to Missouri, Kentucky, Georgia, and back. She's aided by receiving occasional otherworldly 'messages' that guide her. Throughout their travels and travails, she spices the adventures with appropriate literary quips, from her 'useless' college major. Wesley is tough, competitive in a man's world, capable of strengths she didn't know she possessed. But she's also quite open to romance, as long as it's on her terms.