Avery Stone thinks she's on the right track in life. In her late twenties, Avery has a job at a local newspaper, a car, friends and a boyfriend. She thinks Christian Gable is the perfect guy until she is convinced by her best friend Emma that he is cheating. However, Avery's reality is shattered when she finds out he's actually a domestic terrorist hell-bent on destroying her beloved Portland Oregon and is willing to kill anyone who gets in his way. And Avery Stone just got in the way. To complicate things there's a serial rapist on the loose and when a warehouse explodes with an unidentifiable corpse inside, everyone thinks its Avery's body. It's decided the only way to save her life, is to let everyone think she is dead. With no one left to turn to, Avery calls a bartender with a crush on her and asks him for one tiny favor To save her life. James, an ex-Marine, with ties to Portland's local police department proves to be far more than simply a bartender. James and Avery devise a plan to do what the police and the FBI have failed to do Bring down Christian Gable and his gang of terrorists. Now they just have to find him.
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