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About Anita Dawes
Anita Dawes loves all things esoteric, magical and the otherworldly and would prefer to live in a fairy tale. In between these moments, she likes to visit old churches and ancient buildings.
She has written six fiction novels in various genres, Bad Moon, Simple, Secrets, The Scarlet Ribbon; Let it Go and Not My Life. Presently working on a sequel to her popular supernatural romance, The Scarlet Ribbon.
Anita has recently rediscovered her childhood love of poetry and often writes and posts them online.
Once owned by an egocentric black and white cat called Merlin, named after her favourite hero, Anita dislikes computers and prefers to writes longhand, sharing a website http://jenanita01.com with Jaye Marie, who transcribes and edits her work...
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Now she knows she cannot continue to live like this, but her protests fall on deaf ears.
How can she hope to change what has become a way of life for her family?
Her struggle to change everything only makes her life so much worse, forcing her to try to escape. How far must she run to escape the truth?
Can Annie make a new life for herself, or will they hunt her down and bring her back?
Who summoned it, what does it want, and where did it come from?
Whose guilty secret is struggling to find the light of day?
And what will become of Maggie’s perfect family when it does?
Maggie must find the truth before this terrible secret destroys her family…
Someone who looks just like her.
Her name is Kelly, and her life is a nightmare.
Are these disturbing dreams a message for Sarah’s future?
Or a glimpse into Kelly’s past?
Or are they both trapped in a world that isn’t their own?
The story of one man’s nightmare
A man ill equipped to survive the brutal cruelty of his family
Together with his sister Leanne, they struggle to escape the daily torture, fleeing into the sanctuary of the forest.
They are hunted down like animals,
Almost burned alive before they can make their escape
Will they ever discover the joy of freedom?