In a shooting rampage, Monroe Song’s husband took several innocent lives including the lives of three of her sons. In the wake of the devastation, she is less living life than managing to stay alive. Involving herself with a 24-year-old is perhaps not her best option, especially when her surviving son needs her so desperately. [easyazon_link identifier=”B00MUWOL7Y” locale=”US” tag=”rabidreaders-20″]Like Shards of Glass[/easyazon_link] is a tale of love, loss, betrayal and murder.
Is a free-form book containing short stories and excerpts from Ramsey’s novels [easyazon-link asin=”0615857167″ locale=”us”]Just Beneath the Surface, I[/easyazon-link], [easyazon-link asin=”0615945066″ locale=”us”]Just Beneath the Surface II: Landon’s Story (Volume 2)[/easyazon-link] and “Where Were You.”
Landon and Seven have had troubled backgrounds. Landon seems to have life figured out, but his traumatic early life has left a mark as did his mother’s inability or unwillingness to protect him. Seven has problems with anger management and involves herself with people who exploit her weaknesses.When they meet at the beauty shop that belongs to Landon’s cousin, there is an instant connection. Landon is everything Seven has never had. Suave, wealthy and in control … or so it seems. Can their relationship develop and love bloom despite the odds or will their past catch up with them?
In I of the Storm: Death is Watching by Neesha Hosein, Kira was struck by lightning as a child giving her a sort of second sight. Kira has spent her life feeling hunted by death. Can she learn to use her ability to her advantage before its too late?
In Everybody’s Got a Story by Heather Wardell, Alexa was living in New York City when she was brutally attacked and mutilated by her boyfriend, Christophe. Alexa’s parents want her to return to Alberta to live with them, but when Alexa’s employer gives her the chance to work in the Toronto office, it’s an offer she can’t refuse. In a new city and with new co-workers, will Alexa feel more alone or will she reclaim her life? Everybody’s Got a Story (Toronto Series) (Volume 12) is the twelveth book in the Toronto series.
Lisa Rayburn is a psychologist and T.J. Peacock is a former police officer turned security consultant. Together they vow to do what the police will not—find out why so many abused women are disappearing in the Milwaukee area. When Lisa’s doppelgänger is killed they know they’re getting close to a person who will do anything to keep his or her secret.
Just Beneath the Surface I by R.H. Ramsey is a story of abuse and violence told from the perspective of Kendall, an abused woman, and her daughter, Diamond, a young woman perched on the edge of joining her mother in a terrible cycle of bad choices. Can Kendall break the cycle in time to save her own life and to help her daughter escape what will likely be her own terrible end?