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Bound for the Outer Banks by Alicia Lane Dutton

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Ella Augusta Barrantine is a woman on the run, on the run from associates of her ex- boyfriend, Dante Vitali. The associates are members of the Sacra Unita Corona, one of Italy’s most notorious criminal organizations. After losing her parents and then graduating from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Ella had to face the world with only five hundred dollars to her name, the only amount her revenge seeking aunt would advance from her inheritance. After arriving by bus in Biloxi, home to her old family beach cottage, Ella landed a job as a seamstress for the coming Hard Rock Casino where she met Dante. She is now the star witness in his federal trial and is being hidden in safe houses around the country. This time she is headed to The Outer Banks where her quintessential southern mother was raised.... until she ran away. Ella has something Dante needs and will stop at nothing to get. She just doesn’t know what it is. If you like the novels of Mary Kay Andrews, Jennifer Crusie, or Jill Connor Browne’s Sweet Potato Queens, you’ll love Bound for the Outer Banks! "I believe we will hear a lot more from Alicia. She's definitely got what it takes. Who knows? She might be the next Beth Henley."-Americus Times-Recorder


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