Flash by Jayne Ann Krentz EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Ann Krentz
- Genre: Contemporary Romance Fiction, Billionaire Romance, Romantic Suspense
- Publish Date: 7 September 2020
- Size: 2 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
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Jasper knew that he was in trouble because he had reached the point
where he was giving serious consideration to the idea of getting
His attention was deflected from the dangerous subject less than a
moment later when he realized that someone was trying very hard to
At least, he thought someone was attempting to murder him.
Either way, as a distraction, the prospect was dazzlingly effective.
Jasper immediately stopped thinking about finding a wife.
It was the blinding glare of hot, tropical sunlight on metal reflected
in the rearview mirror that got Jasper’s attention. He glanced up. The
battered green Ford that had followed him from the tiny village on the
island’s north, shore was suddenly much closer. In another few
seconds the vehicle would be right on top of the Jeep’s bumper.
The Ford shot out of the last narrow curve and bore down on the
Jeep. The car’s heavily tinted windows, common enough here in the
South Pacific, made it impossible to see the face of the person at the
wheel. Whoever he was, he was either very drunk or very high.
A tourist, Jasper thought. The Ford looked like one of the rusty
rentals he had seen at the small agency in the village where he had
selected the Jeep.
There was little room to maneuver on the tiny, two-lane road that
encircled tiny Pelapili Island. Steep cliffs shot straight up on the left.
On Jasper’s right the terrain fell sharply away to the turquoise sea.
He had never wanted to take this vacation in paradise, Jasper
thought. He should have listened to his own instincts instead of the
urgings of his nephews and his friend, Al.
This was what came of allowing other people to push you into doing
what they thought was best for you.
Jasper assessed the slim shoulder on the side of the pavement.
There was almost no margin for driving error on this stretch of the
road. One wrong move and a driver could expect to end up forty feet
below on the lava-and-boulder-encrusted beach.
He should have had his midlife crisis in the peace and comfort of
his own home on Bainbridge Island. At least he could have been more
certain of surviving it there.
But he’d made the extremely rare mistake of allowing others to talk
him into doing something he really did not want to do.
“You’ve got to get away, Uncle Jasper,” Kirby had declared with the
shining confidence of a college freshman who has just finished his first
course in psychology. “If you won’t talk to a therapist, the least you can
do is give yourself a complete change of scene.”
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