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Tye Dompier was the man that every girl wanted: from the white columns of his family’s mansion to his handsome face, he had it all, money, charm, a wild light in his ice-blue eyes. He charmed pretty Angie Thornton the day she moved to Moon Lake, Mississippi, and set eyes on him.
But Angie was young and innocent too young to get involved with a man as serious as Tye.
So she refused his advances and learned the hard way that refusing Tye Dompier was a dangerous mistake.
On the shores of the languid, fogshrouded lake, Tye came to stalk Angie and when he trapped her, there was no one to hear her cries.
And no hope of Justice in a county his family had run for generations.
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