--Megan Whitson Lee, author of Suburban Dangers and Captives
Her Good Girl is a story that will remain with you long after you close the book. Elaine Stock has woven the lives of her characters into an intriguing story about a family blind to the mother's mental illness of Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy. Readers will find themselves unable to stop reading about this train wreck of a family until the last satisfying page. And then they will want more.
--Patricia Bradley, author of The Logan Point Series and the Memphis Cold Case novels
Elaine Stock has woven a true to life tale into an emotional read that will touch the heart. Her Good Girl will capture readers about the severity of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSP) and the dynamics of how family members will turn the otherway. Stock shows how, through God's intervention, His love, forgiveness, grace and mercy, along with professional assistance, healing is possible for dysfunctional family members when they will reach out to our Heavenly Father.
--Marilyn Ridgway, M.S., N.B.C.C., L.P.C.
ElaineStock in Her Good Girl does an excellent job of putting a face to mental illness and showing how faith and mental health can intertwine.
--Anne Garboczi Evans, Master's in Counseling, L.P.C.candidate, author of the historical fiction series, Love & Warfare and Lawmen & Suffragettes
After reading Elaine Stock's Her Good Girl I was reminded of my past caving expeditions. The scenes were descriptive and made me remember the same thoughts I've had in thepast. This story makes me want to get back in a cave again.
--Jacob Dutcher, recreational spelunker
From the Back Cover
Sadie Tremont's will to survive is killing her. Almost 18, she's battled mysterious illnesses, which her mom treats. While her dad devotes his time to underground caving and her grandmother waits for a miracle, Sadie is running out of time.
Sky, Sadie's new boyfriend, offers a sliver of joy. But when he schemes that the only way for Sadie to be happy is to escape with him from her native West Virginia hills by killing her mom, she's trapped. She can't partner with Sky to hurt the mom who has hurt her for years ... or can she?
When tragedy strikes and threatens the ground the Tremonts stand on, will they pull together or give in to the weakened earth beneath their feet?