With her spirit broken and her body hurting, Texas State Police Officer Bailey Moore is determined to return to the job—and find a way to heal.
Sheriff Clay Addy is haunted by the woman he failed. Bailey's return to the TSP reminds Clay of just how much she has suffered—and reminds him of how much he had wanted her. Still wants her. Even though he is not the kind of man she needs. .
But as they try to solve a series of homicides, someone from the past returns.
Someone who wants Clay to stay far, far away from Bailey.
At 17.5 years old, Liberty Ann is finally starting to slow down a bit. She's still been known to dig in the trash and blame Freyja, eat the kid's marshmallows before they can make it to the hot chocolate, and has been seen chasing the cat at 3:00a.m. (We've agreed not to mention Liberty sticking her head in kid's plate and stealing the hamburger that day...)
(We also agreed not to talk about the incident with the ducks recently.)
LIBERTY makes a few cameo appearances as Phil Tyler's dog in the Masterson County series.
Why did the monsters always come for the innocent?
Former Sheriff Zoey Daviess has moved on from her Texas State Police days. Now, her mission is to uncover her birth family's secrets and reveal the truth about the woman who sold Zoey’s siblings for cold, hard cash. Her search unearths more questions than answers.
To uncover these painful secrets, she must once again join forces with her former partner. Sheriff Murdoch Lake.
The past harbors more pain, fear, and turmoil than Zoey could ever have imagined. With each passing moment, the evil draws closer.
Can Zoey and Murdoch uncover the truth before she is forced to witness the loss of the people she loves the most?