From USA TODAY bestselling author Colleen Coble comes a news series set amid the gorgeous lavender fields of Washington state--but the beauty masks deadly secrets.
Shauna McDade is single mom to a five-year-old son after her husband was killed in a climbing accident. Her aerial photography business is on the verge of bankruptcy after a string of mechanical failures that don't seem coincidental. She recently took pictures for an environmental study and noticed a dark spot in the Juan de Fuca Strait. Her pictures created a furor when it was discovered that the runoff is coming from one of the largest lavender growers in the valley, a family business inherited by Shauna's estranged cousin.
When her mentor and business partner is murdered, Shauna realizes that she's in danger too. Fearing for her son, she turns to the only ally she has. Nate Bannister was her husband's best friend--and is the person she blames for his death. Nate is only too happy to try to assuage his own guilt over Jack's death by helping her in any way he can. But the lavender fields are a shroud for something much darker, and these are secrets that someone will do anything to keep buried.
"Incredible storytelling and intricately drawn characters." --Brenda Novak, New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author on Twilight at Blueberry Barrens