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Just when life is going her way, Molly discovers secrets don't always stay in the past...
Molly Bates has had to grow up fast--too fast. She’s finally in a good place, both emotionally and financially, when she meets shy yet sexy Ryder Sheppard and starts to believe love could be in her future. But that happiness is short-lived when her past comes back with a killer vengeance.
Ryder Sheppard falls hard and fast for the sultry Molly. When he realizes just how much trouble she’s in, he doesn't waste a second devising a way to save the woman he's falling in love with. This war veteran quickly learns facing your enemy is one thing, facing a psychotic killer is something else entirely.
Moving to Hope is the second book in the exciting Rolling Thunder series. If you like sizzling sex scenes, adventure and over-coming life challenges, you’ll love PJ Fiala’s page turning series. Start your exciting journey today.
I was born in Bridgeton, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. During my time in Missouri, I explored the Ozarks, swam in the Mississippi River, played kickball and endless games of hide-and-seek with the neighborhood kids. Spending summers in Kentucky with my grandmother, Ruth, are among my fondest childhood memories. When I was thirteen, my family moved to Wisconsin to learn to farm. Yes, learn to farm! Taking city kids and throwing them on a farm, with twenty-eight cows purchased from the Humane Society because they had been abused, was interesting, to say the least. I learned to milk cows, the ins and outs of a breeding schedule, feeding schedule, the never-ending haying in the summer, and trying to stay warm in the winter. During our first winter in Wisconsin, we had thirty-six inches of snow from one storm, and we were snowed in for three days! Needless to say, I wasn’t loving Wisconsin. I’m married with four children and three grandchildren. I have learned to love Wisconsin, though I still hate snow. Wisconsin and the United States are beautiful and my husband and I travel around by motorcycle seeing new places and meeting new people. It never ceases to amaze me how many people are interested in where we are going and what we have seen along the way. At almost every stop we make, the locals will ask us where we’re headed and offer advice on which roads in the area are best for travel and seeing the sites. They are also more than willing to share what others before us have told them about great rides and the best scenic routes to take. I come from a family of veterans. My grandfather, father, brother, two of my sons, and one daughter-in-law are all veterans. Needless to say, I am proud to be an American and proud of the service my amazing family has given.