About Chicago Lightning:
Valentine’s Day 1929 – Chicago
It didn’t take long for Ceara Galloway to realize she’d made the biggest mistake of her life in getting married. Her mobster husband, Eddie “The Roach” Rocchelli, has shown his true colors and hair-trigger temper in a beating that nearly killed Ceara, and now, she’s got to get away to survive. In a daring scheme to expose Eddie’s under-the-table bootlegging operation to the authorities, she steals the proof she needs and contacts J. Edgar Hoover.
Hagen Kane is the hand-picked one-man cavalry the Bureau Chief sends to rescue Ceara in a do-or-die mission. As Kane slowly infiltrates Rocchelli’s gang as an auto mechanic, he walks a razor-thin line, knowing at any moment his cover could be blown—and he and Ceara will both certainly be killed. When the time comes, they make a break for it, both realizing their plan has become more complicated—they are in love with one another. Escape has suddenly become more important than ever, now that there’s something to live for.
In a cross-country race for their lives, with Rocchelli and his gang hot on their tail, they must depend on every trick either of them has ever learned to survive—along with hoping for a healthy dose of luck on their side. Time is running out, and hope is running low.
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Native Coloradoan Kaye Spencer lives in a small, rural town in the heart of the infamous Dust Bowl of the 1930s. While all genres and time periods are within her story-crafting realm, reading Louis L’Amour’s westerns, listening to Marty Robbins’ gunfighter ballads, and growing up on a cattle ranch near Ft. Morgan, Colorado inspired her love of the American Old West—truths and myths alike. Kaye is retired from a career in education that included administration, school psychology, teaching students with special needs, junior high and high school history and English, as well as community college classes. Kaye enjoys spending time with her family and her grandchildren. Many homeless and rescue animals have lived with her. Her heart and house are always open for more. Learn more about Kaye, her books, and where to find her on social media at her website.