Caught Between Good and Evil
Both her parents, although they lived apart, lived behind the law. It had a lot to do with influencing her dream of becoming a police officer to help the victims of crime. With determination, her dream came true. But her dream to find a man that would love her seemed unreachable. It was on a trip to South America to visit her mother that she couldn't believe her eyes. Sitting there in her mother's apartment was the most breathtaking man she had ever seen. When she shook his hand, shivers went thru her body. He, in turn, couldn't take his eyes off of her. Love at first sight? Should she believe in such? When he found out what she did for a living, a police officer on drug patrol, it shook him up: but he knew he had to be careful that she did not find out what he did for a living. He had searched all his life for his dream woman and there before him, he was looking at her. After years of dating, she finally found out what he did for a living, and that the police and FBI were after him, she had to make a quick decision. The police work fast, the FBI work fast, the bounty hunter, Bloodhound, works fast, she had to decide what meant the most to her: her love or her job. She also had to decide fast.
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