Kellie Carpenter changed her identity after killing a former lover in self-defense. Hiding out in a remote location in the mountains of Washington State, Kellie was beginning to feel a sense of security until a stranger suddenly appeared.
Blake Windsor did not look the handyman type. Especially notable were his soft hands and well-manicured nails. Appearing out of nowhere, referred by seemingly trusted sources, Blake provided much needed physical labor on a project whose deadline was suddenly moved forward.
Kellie’s inner alarm was on high alert, but when her life was suddenly and violently threatened she surprised herself and Blake by taking him with her when she again went on the lam. Running from an enemy she could not identify, and increasingly afraid Blake might be involved, Kellie tried every trick she knew to stay alive. But, would it be enough?
Terry Odell is one of those writers that you know when you pick up their book; you will have a difficult time laying it back down. Her stories are well plotted, the characters captivating, and the climax exhilarating. What’s in a Name? is a true page-turner in every sense of the term and a difficult story to leave; the reader is well fed, yet hungry for more.
What happens when you're running for the wrong reason? Kelli Carpenter is afraid someone will connect her to the self-defense killing of a former lover.
Handsome stranger Blake Windsor shows up purporting to be a handyman doing much needed repairs at the wilderness jobsite where Kelli is working. Kelli's instincts tell her to leave, but without him, the project won't be completed on time.
When someone comes after Kelli, she runs—but she takes Blake with her. Keep your friends close but your enemies closer is her philosophy. And Kelli is convinced Blake knows something that will link her to her lover's death, ending her life as she knows it.