Could you forgive someone for killing your child–even if it was an accident?
Two years ago, Freya Wilson accidentally hit an Amish man with her car, killing him instantly. She left him and drove away, terrified her violent ex would locate her using his police connections if she turned herself in.
Adam Lapp, the victim’s brother, left the Amish after his brother Robert’s death to become a police officer at Covert Police Detectives Unit and seek justice for his brother’s death. After getting some information from a witness, he makes it his personal mission to track down the mysterious woman in the silver car who killed Robert and left him dead in the street.
He wants to make her pay.
When Freya tells him the truth, he doesn’t arrest her as planned. He expected the woman who killed his brother to be heartless and cruel. He never expected her to a timid, kind, and beautiful woman who is running for her life from a controlling ex who wants her dead.
He didn’t expect his heart to want to forgive her and get to know her more.
When Freya asks him to take her to his family so she can also tell them what happened, he agrees.
But when Freya meets Robert’s parents Hannah and Aaron Lapp, along with his widow Maria, will she have the courage to say what she came there to say, or will she crumble?
Will she find hope in the ashes, or just more darkness and sorrow?
Bonus: Includes an excerpt from Ashley’s upcoming novel Amish Under Fire, the sequel to Undercover Amish!
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Ashley Emma wrote her first novella at age 12. She wrote her first full-length novel at age 14 and self-published it at 16. Before that, she made books out of printer paper and staples.
She wrote eight full-length manuscripts before the age of 25 and is now a best-selling full-time author. (Many more titles coming soon!)
Ashley has a deep respect and love for the Amish and wanted to make sure her Amish books were genuine and realistic. When she was 20 she stayed with three Amish families in a community in Maine where she made many friends and did her research for her Amish books. To read about what it was like to live among the Amish, check out the Ashley’s Amish Adventures books.
Her bestselling book Undercover Amish received 26 out of 27 points as a finalist in the Maine Romance Writers Strut Your Stuff novel writing competition in 2015. Its sequel Amish Under Fire (coming soon!!) was a semi-finalist in Harlequin’s So You Think You Can Write novel writing competition also in 2015. Two of her short stories have been published online in writing contests and she co-wrote an article for ProofreadAnywhere.com in 2016.
She judged the Fifth Anniversary Writing Contest for Becoming Writer in the summer of 2016.