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It was heart-shattering to read what Taylor Fulks childhood was like. I wanted to commit murder as I read the book–people like the man she knew as her father do not deserve to live in my opinion–and I am not a violent person. Then to see how the results of what he did coloured the choices she made in her relationships after he was out of her life–the guilt, the self-loathing, the lack of confidence…the search for love in the wrong places. Until she reached the end of her endurance, and then drew only the only thing she had left–self-preservation-and began to look after Taylor.
Sadly this thing happens all the time–it could be your next door neighbour, your uncle, your pastor,a teacher, a politician. You never know what goes on in a household, but if you see dramatic changes in a child’s demeanour, each of us needs to be responsible and step out of our comfort zone. We need to say something about what we see to someone who can investigate, someone who can make a difference.

I think what I loved about her story was not the book, My Prison Without Walls, but Taylor Fulks own statement in the from the author where she wrote “My life is what it is. My experiences happened in the past. I don’t live there anymore. I can choose to be angry and ashamed for the rest of my life, or I can accept my life for what it’s been, what it is now, and move toward the light…and who knows, maybe help someone else along the way. Hence, my mission statement: The rest of my life will be the best of my life. It’s not about my destination…it’s about the journey that gets me there.”

Kudo’s to her–what a remarkable woman she has become, what strength of character she has developed. People can rise above these tragedies if they dig deep and make a decision to do so. I only know her from the book, but I am soooo full of admiration for her!

This book can be purchased at Amazon.com by clicking here.

 

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This is the back of the book description:

 “Shauna Lee, I told you I’m a hunter. I have hunted cougars in the wild. That is where I like to keep them: in the wild; with me doing the stalking.”

Her face went scarlet. “Are you calling me a cougar?” she asked, indignantly.

Twenty years ago, eighteen-year-old Shauna Lee Holt rose like a phoenix, out of the ashes of tragedy. Fierce determination focused her drive for independence. After graduation, she worked non-stop, scrimping and saving every penny. She purchased Swift Current Accounting and Bookkeeping Service. Now she is regarded as a successful accountant in the business community: but no one knows her personal, private hell.

Brad Johnson recently moved to Swift Current, where he set up Windspeer Energy; a company specializing in small wind energy turbines.

Brad feels an undeniable attraction to Shauna Lee, but he refuses to play her “nothing serious, no strings attached” game. As time passes, he falls head over heels in love with this tormented woman. Shocking fragments of her tragic past come to light, and he begins to realize that she may never be able to give him the emotional connection he desperately desires.

The lives of Colt and Frank Thompson are woven into Brad Johnson and Shauna Lee Holt’s story. The couple, who seem to have everything, discover that grief and pain are no respecters of person. When they face the unimaginable, will their relationship be shaken beyond repair?

NOTE: this is a revised version of a You Can Run, Book ll of The Thompson Family Series. This book has changed very little. I just tightened the writing and took out a few pages, gave it a new title and a new cover to brand my work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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There are some authors that I just love!–well I mean I love their books! I just finished reading Six Days of Memories, by Stacy Eaton​. 

I read long into the night to finish this book. Stacy Eaton has once again done a masterful job of creating breath taking tension between two people, who know they shouldn’t let their relationship develop. But true love is hard to deny.

For those of you who find it refreshing to not have descrptive sex in a book, you’ll love Six Days of Memories.  OMG–the tension and the longing that oozes out of these characters is even hotter than pages of discription. Their private thoughts and the way they touch fire your imagination–you FEEL how they connect! 

Detective Natasha Foster may have to charge Jay Foster with 
murder–or worse, ….when they find out who he is

Jay, has amnesia. He remembers nothing about his past– zip–nada–.

All either of them know for certain, is that they have an instant connection that could develop into the love of their lives…or lead to heart break if they don’t keep it in check. 

I kept hoping that Jay would regain his memory and everything would be alright. I was caught up in the magnetism of their attraction to each other, their need to be together. I wanted then to just give in and take what they could…. 

Fiction can be more heart rending than real life drama! Six Days of Memories is one of those cases

 you can purchase six days of memories by clicking here on Amazon