Sergeant Kenkorry thought he’d found the perfect hideout in a secret log house in the dark wilderness of Deadman’s Mountain. He’d been sought for atrocities against his fellow sergeants and many innocent civilians in his war-torn country of Korenith.
The sergeant, a fugitive and the subject of a worldwide manhunt, had remained in his mountain hideout until justice found him. A mysterious incident in the dead of night brought an end to the fugitive and his wife. His daughter escaped to the nearby town, while his son, Christopher, remained as a sole mountain derelict.
The end had justified the means when Christopher viciously kidnapped Savanna on the eve of her wedding. While Savanna tried to come to grips with her kidnapping, particularly her missed wedding, she’d striven to assume motherly responsibilities in the log house. It wasn’t long before love and romance sparked between her and her kidnapper.
Meanwhile, the true identity of her kidnapper’s father—the alleged, Hornett Brentkham, and his family—was unraveled when secret documents were uncovered in the log house. The hopes and dreams of the inseparable young folk to live their lives of love and romance in the log house sanctuary, however, ended when Christopher was recaptured and returned to prison.
With the mystery of the fugitive, Sergeant Kenkorry, now unraveled and Savanna released from her kidnapper, her love had become wedged between her kidnapper and Harry, her future husband and a son of noble and wealthy heritage. The questions therefore lingered. Will Savanna resume her wedding plans and wed Harry? Will she wait in earnest hope for Christopher, a convicted murderer, a kidnapper on his way back to prison, where he will serve twenty years with no chance of parole, an avid sleepwalker who’s prone to commit vicious crimes in his sleep? Harry’s struggles to clear her twisted mind with hopes that their wedding can proceed have just begun.