Don’t put yourself on the grid. No credit cards. New name, new city. Few friends, no family. Connections of any kind are a risk.
Five years ago Mae left Justin in Orlando. Never again will she cower, wondering who he'll hurt next. She's done letting him punish her.
Now she has real friends, people she cares about, a life worth living. After years of relative peace she's gotten complacent, relaxed her guard. Somehow, Justin has found her.
There’s nowhere you can go.
Mae can no longer cling to her safe obscurity if she's going to survive. Once she could have run and been certain Justin would leave those she loved alone. But he's changed. Justin is the whisper in the dark, a shadow on the street, the phantom no one sees.
You are mine. I will never stop.
BioLauren Ritz began writing at the age of six with a “journal entry” about aliens flying through her bedroom window and landing on her wall. She tried to start earlier, but was handicapped by the fact that she couldn't draw well enough.
Writing is her love and her lifelong obsession, taking up the majority of her time when she isn’t involved in other less compelling interests. Gardening is her second love.
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My official copy edits came on Friday. What an educational experience this is! Have you been through this stage in the publication process? What's your take on the best way to view it?