Welcome to Wednesday.
Fifteen-year-old Brittney Ryan has taken to the streets. Colt is hired to find her and bring her home.
Piece of cake, he thinks. A surprise visit to the forbidden boyfriend should put this one in the scrapbook.
But something more sinister lurks behind Brittney’s disappearance, and Colt soon finds himself in an ever-widening maze of deceit, betrayal, and murder.
And, when he learns what the mysterious phrase Pocket-47 means, he is haunted even more by the plane crash that killed his family and rock band twenty years ago--a crash he now realizes might not have been an accident.
Colt is determined to save Brittney and untangle the threads of his own tortured past.
Unfortunately, one of the most heinous and violent criminals in modern history has other ideas.
Which might be okay, because…
Rule #1 in Nicholas Colt’s Philosophy of Life: Screw the rules. Let’s jam.
But Robbie’s life gets inextricably complicated when her estranged father shows up with a shocking revelation about two teenage girls who disappeared in South Beach.
One of the missing girls is Robbie’s sister Kate—a sister Robbie never knew existed.
Unwilling to reestablish family ties, Robbie is hesitant to get involved—until the body of her sister’s friend washes up in Indian Creek.
Desperate to find her missing sister, Robbie immerses herself in the unfamiliar world to which Kate may have fallen prey: the sexy, sizzling South Beach club scene.
Swept up in a corrupt, destructive society, Robbie searches for a cold-blooded killer in the hottest South Beach hotspots.
But in this see-and-be-seen world, everyone is dressed to kill, people are dying for a chance to get beyond the velvet rope. . . and someone is watching.
Robbie may have to choose between saving her sister—and saving herself.
But when Wade stumbles upon the first clue, he finds himself beset by players willing to kill to take this ultimate prize. The race is on, and if Wade's going to survive, he'll have to win—and confront the real world he's always been so desperate to escape.