Don’t Stop Believing
Scott's in love with a former prostitute and stripper who runs her own adult entertainment empire.
That was going to be hard to explain to his pastor.
And now she's been accused of murder.
Scott Ehricson just watched Samantha Taylor get booked for murder. Turns out she was busted once for prostitution, and she owns a strip club, too.
You’d think he’d know more about his girlfriend.
He’s a new Christian, but hasn’t found anything in the Bible to cover this situation. And she was pretty clear about wanting him out of her life that day at the jail.
But the woman he loves is facing a lethal injection unless he can figure out who’s behind the threatening phone calls, slashed tires, and arson at her club. Did Victor Landis have something to do with it?
Is that why Landis ended up dead, with the murder weapon in Sam’s purse?
As Scott starts digging, he gets strange phone calls of his own. And who slashed his tires? Maybe Victor wasn’t the innocent visitor the cops thought he was.
Then there’s Sam’s bouncer, and the dirty looks he keeps giving Scott. People have learned the hard way that he gets protective of “his girls.” Is Scott going to learn the same painful lesson?
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