The Barnes have seen tragedy, but nothing can prepare them for what’s ahead.
When a car crash claims the lives of their parents, Jacob Barnes is left with the responsibility of raising his younger brother and sister. Thirteen years later, as he is running for mayor of Springwood, Ohio and his sister Jocelyn is due to have her first novel published, their brother Justin is being released from prison—for assaulting his sister’s alleged rapist.
As Jacob’s campaign goes on, it becomes apparent someone wants to sabotage it. When his campaign site is hacked all eyes are on it, as his sister appears via web cam, seeming to become an entire different person before everyone’s eyes. The world is introduced to Tammy, her alter-personality...
Christmas has arrived in Springwood...and so has a killer, bent on revenge.
The Barnes family is still reeling from recent events, as they try to spend a normal holiday together, but fate has different plans for them.
As the holiday season kicks off, Mayor Jacob Barnes is in the middle of planning the annual Christmas Festival, while his brother Justin, and sister Jocelyn prepare to spend the holiday with their love interests—until one of them is found dead...
Everyone has secrets…some are just darker than others.
Dr. Brent Parker is well known for his success rate with patients, and once he gets wind of Jocelyn Barnes’s story he extends an invitation to her to appear on his reality show, Dr. Brent. As the Barnes prepare for their lives to be even more publicized with the arrival of the Dr. Brent crew, jury selection begins in Jocelyn’s trial.
When a dead body found in Mercy Park draws a visit from the Barnes’ long estranged Aunt Liz, and their cousin Danielle, matters get complicated. As Jocelyn welcomes reconnecting with her cousin, other memories resurface that lead to devastating results...
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