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After fleeing for safety when a deadly virus pandemic upends their world, Sara and Dane take refuge in a hidden bunker. Her family should have reached the site within the first seventy-two hours…but they haven’t. Convinced they are at the Plan B location, Sara will risk everything to find her family before it’s too late.
With the world outside in chaos, Dane believes leaving the bunker is a bad idea—the virus isn’t the only thing to fear. But Sara’s determined to find her family, so he’ll do whatever it takes to protect the woman who saved his life and stole his heart. Forced to fight for their lives, he hopes they survive long enough to make a future together in a new and unpredictable world.
Sara sighed. “They should be here already. Forty-eight to seventy-two hours has always been our initial target time for meeting up here. It’s been two weeks, and still, not one of them has shown up. They had to go with Plan B.”
Dane looked up, curiosity written all over his face. “There’s a Plan B? Damn, you guys didn’t mess around, did you?”
She smirked. Her family took being prepared seriously. This hidden bunker, stocked to the hilt with food, supplies, necessities, and comforts was their biggest achievement. But they had others as well. The bunker was just Plan A, the place to go if they could get to it. There was also a location closer to where they all lived, but it was less stocked, less protected, and easier for strangers to happen upon. Still better than the average citizen’s plan of nothing. Plans C, D and E also existed, but she hadn’t mentioned those to Dane. Just because she’d fallen in love with him and let him into the bunker didn’t mean she could confess all of her family’s secrets. Maybe soon. But not yet.
“You have no idea. Anyway, the point is, they should be here, and they aren’t. I can’t live here for the rest of my life and not know what’s going on in the outside world or what’s happened to my family. So, I think we should take a little peek outside and see what’s up.”
“You think we’ll be safe?” he asked.
“If we take proper precautions, then yes. I have HAZMAT-style suits we can wear to protect our bodies. And I have full masks to protect us from most airborne pathogens. I think we could walk for miles and be okay with this combination.”
He nodded, obviously listening but staying silent while he soaked it all in. She continued, knowing he wouldn’t make a decision until he had all the information.
“We can take a few of our weapons to protect ourselves, and packs with supplies just in case something happens and we can’t get into the bunker for a while.” She figured if anything could sway his decision, it would be this next reason. “Maybe we’ll even hunt while we’re up there. Just the thought of your fresh venison stew makes my mouth water.”
He cocked an eyebrow at her. “Going right for the path of least resistance, huh?”
She tilted her head, feigning innocence. “No, I just love your venison.”
Dane sat back and took a long sip of his coffee. “All right. You’ve convinced me. But if we run into any more thugs like the last ones, then I’m bringing us here right away, even if I have to throw you over my shoulder. Deal?”
“Deal.” She raised her mug to him as if in a toast. “To finding out what’s on the other side of our door.”
“And living long enough to figure out what to do next.”