When twenty-four-year-old Hawk Cummings wakes up by Beaver Lake at sunset, all he remembers is a dream about a spider that spewed venom. Then he realizes that Kennedy—the young woman he broke every vow to have an affair with—is gone. He rushes to her house only to find it empty. No furniture. No pictures. No sign that anyone lived there.
Ashamed and confused, Hawk decides not to report anything to the sheriff. Then Hawk realizes that someone else in town knows what happened to his lover. He begins to fear for Kennedy’s life—and his own.
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|It was good to see the whole gang from the Ozark Mountain Trilogy back at it. This is book three in the series and can be a stand alone. Herman wrote a great story with A Treacherous Mix. The Cummings family were all accounted for and if they were a real family I would love to have a seat at their dinner table. They are a family full of faith. A lot of people feel that when they read a "Christian" book everyone in the book should be perfect. I for one love that Herman had one of the characters fall from grace so to speak. Along the way he finds forgiveness, mercy and love through God. I gave this book four stars and I recommend this book.|
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