- File Size: 686 KB
- Print Length: 242 pages
- Publisher: New Concepts Publishing (July 1, 2010)
- Publication Date: July 1, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003XYEWB8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #866,503 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book moves quickly with something on every page to hold our interest. The feelings that develop between Basilyn and Dominic early weave through the pages. There just seems no way around Theresa. The most innocent circumstances are twisted. The dialogue and character development are excellent throughout.
The reader is kept in constant suspense as to what is going to happen next in this complex relationship. The ending is fantastic in a way that's totally fitting with the way the story develops. This is one of those memorable books that is frightening in a way because it could happen. This is a great example of Zant's story crafting ability that's well worth reading. - Dee Dailey
Genre: Romantic Suspense/Thriller.
"You been talking, ain't you girl?"
Her lower lip primped, but she sniffed her tears back, shaking her head slowly. "Didn't, daddy."
"What did I tell you about talking to people?"
She stuck her thumb in her mouth, remembered she wasn't supposed to and jerked it out again. "Tol' me not to," she said in a trembling voice.
"But you did it anyway, didn't you?"
A hiccoughing sob escaped her. He was going to beat her now. She shook her head more vigorously in denial, her eyes gluing themselves to the belt at his waist as she waited for him to whip it off.
He said nothing for a long moment, then, "Didn't I tell you to change?"
She blinked in surprise and felt hot tears run down her cheeks. She wiped them with her fingers, her mouth slack with incredulity now, but she nodded vigorously.
"Then do it!" he roared.
She jumped and reached for the dresser drawer that held her clothes, struggling to pull it open. When she had done it, she stared down at the strange thing there for several moments, her vision so blurred with tears it took that long to figure out what she was looking at.
She dashed the tears from her eyes again, frowning as she peered down at it in the dim light from the bare bulb in the ceiling above. It was orange and furry, like her kitty, Chubsy, but it looked like a funny looking ball.Read more ›