Hell on Wheels (Sensation) Paperback – Import, March 31, 1995
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Cait Sawyer ran away from the mental hospital that her step father had her in. Cait knows that he is responsible for her mothers death and now he is trying to kill her, but make it look like she was crazy and suicidal. Cait saw a chance to escape and she ran to the café hoping that someone would help her. Unfortunately, the hospital staff, doctors, her step father, and the authorities find her at the café, but before they catch her she manages to slip out the back door.
The last thing that Shay wanted to find when he got back out to his truck was the crazy woman from the café. Shay knew she was trouble and he wanted no part of it, but he knew that if what she said was true than he could not turn her in either.
Shay and Cait learn a lot about themselves and each other on there road trip. Unfortunately, their time together may be a lot shorter than they thought. Cait's step father has no intention of letting her or anyone who tries to help her live. Very interesting and captivating story. It's not often that you read a romance novel that has a handsome trucker as the leading male character. I would love to read about Shay's brother-in-law, Rick Jarvis.
Unlikely Hero - Shay McKittrick: A moody trucker with miles to go - and one hell of a curvy detour in his way! Cait Sawyer: A desperate woman with nowhere to go - and one tall, husky trucker to take her there ... When a half-frozen barefoot woman, soaked to the skin, walked into the Amber Hills cafe one night, trucker Shay McKittrick knew she was trouble. But the ice-cold lady with the warm brown eyes later became his trouble when he found her huddled in his big rig, desperate to make a quick getaway. And Shay had a feeling that he and his scared-to-death stowaway were headed down one long, bumpy road ...