Has It Really Been A Month?

I can’t even believe it’s been a full month since I released Search For Maylee! I just want to throw out here how grateful I am for everyone who has read my book so far. I’ve been completely washed over with positive comments and it means the world! Help me to celebrate Search For Maylee’s one month release-aversary by enjoying this short excerpt:

Threatening tears welled in her eyes, confirming the quiver of her voice to be genuine. Of course Jeremy noticed the hesitant display of emotion. He already knew that Autumn had a secret, one that she’d reveal when she was ready, and not a minute before. It didn’t matter that he wanted to push her for more information, because he didn’t actually dare too. Jeremy knew more than what he was letting on, and plus it was visible that Autumn might snap with violence, or even worse, cry. Soothing emotional women had never been Jeremy’s strong suit, so he left it be. She’d come around eventually, and patience was always on his side.

The thinking wheels in Jeremy’s head were practically visible on the curves of his face. A pulsing clench of his jaw read ‘piss off’ and the wrinkles on his forehead shouted ‘I can’t believe we’re doing this’.  With a mere flick of his hand, but no words, Jeremy pointed the way. It was in the exact opposite direction of the clearly visible freeway sign sitting comfortably at the stoplight to their left. Jeremy sunk himself into the seat, leaning far enough back that he could barely see out the window. Then he pulled the hood of his light jacket up over his head and crossed his arms over his chest. He was irritated, but compliant.

After a full hour’s test drive, Autumn learned two stiff facts. The first fact was that she had definitely chosen the right car. Not a single person so much as glanced in their direction. The second was a much more sickening fact, there were places in this city that were equally as disgusting as they were heart wrenching. In merely one morning, and without even exiting her vehicle, Autumn had witnessed a drunken mother slapping around her toddler, a hooker sleeping on her street corner after a long night’s work no doubt, and two groups of young men exchanging drugs and money in plain daylight. That’s not to mention the windowless apartment buildings, and heavily ‘caution’ taped sidewalks.

Description:

Since Maylee was abducted from her high school the very month of graduation, her Aunt Autumn has never lost hope in finding her. It’s been three years. Autumn has finally reached inside herself and found the courage to track down an old lead. She moves across the country to find him. Will Autumn be able to pry Maylee’s case back open? More importantly, what will Autumn uncover in the process of searching for Maylee? It’s a cold dark world we live in, and she is about to find out just how cruel it can be. Strength and determination are on Autumn’s side and she will do what ever it takes.

14 Comments Add yours

  1. It is a fantastic story you should be proud of. The tension in the final 15% is so palpable, it’s hard to hold the book or device without quivering; we feel what Autumn was feeling!

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    1. *blushes before wiping a tear* This is the best feedback ever, Jay! Thanks again for your review! 🙂

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  2. It’s been a bad month for me migraine wise Didi, and I’m way behind on reviews, but I’m really looking forward to reading thus, hopefully before the end of the month.😙

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    1. Yuck, that’s awful Kim. My own headaches have returned… So sadly I feel your pain. I even lost my vision on one side a couple of weeks ago for a day, and it scared the crap out of me! No hurry at all, you take care of you! That’s most important 🙂

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      1. Eek! That sounds awful Didi! Every once in awhile I get” “floaters”, but I’ve never had the vision in my eye completely blocked. That’s so scary!😱

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      2. Oh Kim, it was scary! I’ve only had this happen one other time, and it was while I was pregnant. At the time, I chalked it up as hormones and didn’t give it much else thought. So when I got one like that recently I freaked out. I holed up in a dark room and just cried… 😦 I hope yours ease up some soon, how miserable! Sending love my friend!

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      3. I hope that it never happens again Didi.😕

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  4. raistlin0903 says:

    I’m running behind with sooo many books currently (my to read list is a mess lol), but the book IS on my list, and I’m sure I will get around to it eventually. Reading all the positive reviews for your book, should make you proud. Hell, you should be proud for just reaching such a milestone! Congratulations 😀

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    1. I hear ya! lol My TBR is out of control too! I’m actually reaching dead lines for blog tours that I’ve promised reviews so I’m kind of crunched. I hate that feeling lmao…. And thank you! I love my book 🙂

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  5. Congrats on your book! Your words are so enticing they keep us moving along with the story! Bravo, Bravo!!!

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    1. Thank you! I absolutely loved writing this book! 🙂

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