Its an epic conclusion you won’t be able to predict. On the run, Milo and Mercy have taken sanctuary in the one place Milo feared; his fathers estate in Mexico. Joining the Saints was the only way to ensure Mercy’s protection but it comes with a price. Trapped day after day in the compound Mercy fears she’s traded one prison for another. Milo’s reluctance to tell her why they are truly there mixed with her fear makes for a ticking time bomb inside our Ghostgirl. Milo will have to face his worst fears once she detonates.
Mercy’s stuck in a gilded cage once more. Clouded in secrecy, Milo doesn’t tell her where he goes at all hours of the night, only that it’s to protect her. But if they are supposed to be against the world, she needs to know the truth. She loves Milo but she can’t be kept caged anymore. After following him one night, Mercy ends up right wear she feared; back with Papa and in the hell she first escaped. But his time she’s seen the world and can see the between the lies they tell. This time Mercy is determined to break the cage, not just out of it.
A final secret within those walls will tear everything Milo and Mercy believe apart. Mercy has to have the strength she’s always fought for whole Milo has to have faith in her abilities. Salsbury perfectly switches their two responsibilities this story. Mercy’s own strength and beliefs is what instills them to survive while Milo’s unwavering faith in Mercy backs their every decision. Filled with moral quandaries and blurring the line between right and wrong, Saint delivers another powerful message about personal faith and fighting for the truth.
Milo sold his soul to the devil to save an angel.
Now he’s after revenge.
There are worse prisons than the lush estate of a notorious drug smuggler in Mexico. Mercy lives out her days alone and hidden from the world, but her sleep is riddled with nightmares of the muti and all the boys and girls just like her who weren’t lucky enough to get away.
If the people who kept her as a child are in Mexico, is it possible she could find them?
What starts as vigilante justice unravels a web of human trafficking deeper and darker than Milo and Mercy could’ve imagined. When she comes face-to-face with the people she once considered family, she proves she is far from the Angel they raised her to be.
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Before I started writing all I did was read. There wasn’t a contemporary romance out there that I wouldn’t pick up. One day I realized a lot of stories I was reading seemed to follow the same formula. I got frustrated with predictable outcomes and unimaginative story lines and decided that rather than scour the Internet for the kind of story I wanted to read, I’d just write it.
When I published my first book I didn’t intend to write more than the one. If I could sell six books to six people I didn’t know I considered myself a success. But that first book sold well over six copies and I knew I couldn’t stop there.
I was bitten by the writing bug and have poured my soul into every novel I’ve penned since. Some of my books have become USA Today Bestsellers, New York Times Bestsellers, and Fighting to Forgive won a RONE Award. I couldn’t be more proud of where my writing has taken me.
I live in Phoenix with my husband and two daughters where I’m lucky to be able to do something I love and still be home to juggle carpool, field trips, and fifth-grade homework.
When I’m not writing, reading, or spending time with my family I can be found on any of the local mountain trails hiking, or at the gym when the desert temps become unbearable. I love being outside, beach vacations, and spending time with friends.