Faint of Heart

Faint of Heart

Jeff Strand

Language: English

Pages: 156

ISBN: 0615606660

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Rebecca Harpster is frightened of spending the night alone, but she assures her husband Gary that she'll be fine when he goes out camping with his buddies for the weekend. They have a safe little home in the woods of Alaska with an excellent security system. Yeah, she knows she'll spend the entire time jumping at every noise, but she also knows that the danger is all in her head. By Sunday night, Gary still hasn't returned. And when somebody shows up at the house, it's not her husband. At gunpoint, Rebecca learns what has happened. Two men have kidnapped Gary. He went through a weekend of pure hell. They'll give him back to her, but first, Rebecca has to relive his entire experience, step by horrific step... …and survive...

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of her blossoming womanhood and the hero's member throbbed (Gary had previously confirmed that a sensation of throbbing in that particular region was abnormal and would prompt him to seek medical attention), Rebecca began to feel guilty again. Damn. It wasn't fair. She had an entire weekend to do absolutely nothing, to live the life of a lazy bon-bon gobbling housewife, and her brain wasn't going to let her enjoy it. Maybe she'd paint the house. No, probably not. Somewhere there had to

that he forgot to step off at the bottom and landed on his face. Like their honeymoon in Europe, where they'd intended to see all of the amazing sights and take in the foreign culture but somehow never quite got around to it. Like the day she'd been offered a permanent teaching job instead of just being a substitute, and to celebrate they'd gone to a fondue restaurant. For dessert they'd fed each other chocolate-dipped strawberries. It was still the best-tasting food she'd eaten in her

bring him out." There was a loud screech, and then a few moments later Stephen dragged Gary, duct-taped to his own chair, out of the other room. Lines of blood ran down his neck and his arms, and the side of his face was bruised so badly that he was barely recognizable, but he was still alive. She'd get to hold him again. Share a bed with him again. She knew it. They were going to get out of this. "The eyeball gouging threat is lifted for one minute," said Stephen, looking down at his

cut through most of the tape then yanked her hand free. Stephen was still staggering around the room, hands pressed tightly against his face, bellowing in agony. If only a bone fragment had shot into his brain. "You think you're gonna get away from me like that?" asked Alan, kicking Gary in the chest. "Is that what you think? You think you're gonna get a less painful death?" Rebecca slashed through the duct tape binding her swollen, bloody hand, cutting through the skin in the process,

second precision. His cell phone wasn't working, and he was hurrying back to the car right now, while Scott and Doug asked him to please slow down because their backpacks were too heavy. Nothing to get worried about. He hadn't given her a specific time that he was going to be home; just that he'd be home in the evening. But it wasn't evening anymore. It was night. Were they lost? What if, God forbid, they'd let Doug lead the way? They could be at Mount Denali! She squeezed her eyes

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