`A woman's voice said, "Come on, come on, okay. Pulse coming up a little. Gotta get her body temperature up. No telling what's been done to her. We'll get some pictures when she stabilizes a bit more. See what's going on inside. My money says she was raped."
Then a voice with a familiar Chicago twang added, "Doc, we haven't got a clue about who she is or where she came from. When they found the poor kid, she was naked. Not a lot of places to hide any ID you know. If those little boys hadn't found her, she would have frozen to death."
The man they called Doc smoothed his hands against my forehead, and tried to calm me. He muttered, "Okay, guys. Time to assess the damages." As he bent closer, he crooned in a soft voice, "It's okay now, Princess. You're safe. We'll take care of you."
My shrieks softened to whimpers.
"Who does stuff like this? Probably some wacko." "Poor kid. Dehydrated as hell. Let's get drip fluid going. Come on! Do it!" The prick of the needle was just one more pain. I barely noticed it.'
Wow. With trade paperback, Kindle and e-book released in mid August and the audio CD and MP3 released this month, the reviews are beginning to come in and they all seem to love Jen Connor's story of survival and triumph in my new romantic suspense series. "The Devil's Due," the continuation of Jen's journey through life as she rises from the ashes of disaster, will be released in trade paperback, Kindle and e-book in October, with the audio editions to follow in November.
Read Book 1 so you will be ready for Book 2 when it's released.Just paste this link in your browser: http://bit.ly/ddancepaper.
Here is one of the reviews from Amazon:
Blockbuster of emotion, September 5, 2010
My mother taught me to pick myself up and fight back to achieve anything.
When an aspiring and talented young ballerina is let down by her mother and having to forego a start at the top companyfor ballet - despair is the immediate response.
On top of this she is brutually molested and left for dead in a freezing Chicago lot the plot is set for the start back to the heights that should have been projected for her.
This is a book for people interested in the search for
homeostasis.Anybody who has been grieviously wronged will identify with Jenny and root for her while hissing the villans.
I can't wait for the story's continuation in "The Devil's Due" to come out.
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