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An attractive 24 year old college student attending state college in the mountains of North Carolina, Jenny is working towards graduating with a master's degree in Education. Afterwards, her plans are to find employment as a teacher and live happily ever after. And she has all the ingredients in which to do this. Jenny has a boyfriend; his name is Phil. He is very much in love with her. Jenny senses he's going to ask her to marry him after she graduates. Although Jenny believes she is also in love with Phil, the thought of commitment, marriage and everything about being adult and responsible scares her. Phil has been in love with Jenny since the first day he met her. She is everything he could want in a woman. Phil foresees nothing but good things in life for the two of them. His plans: to ask her to marry him and spend the rest of his life trying to make her happy. A chance meeting by Jenny with a local deputy sheriff, Chris Heffner leads to a steamy and initially unwanted sexual affair with him. Older than her and married, Jenny knows nothing good can come from her sexual liaisons with Chris. And yet she allows her own lusts and desires to influence her decisions, despite the consequences. This sexual attraction continues even though in the end it may jeopardize her life and her relationship with Phil. Chris becomes consumed with Jenny and his sexual desire for her. He must possess her at all costs. Jenny eventually realizes her relationship with Chris is unhealthy and must stop. Chris has other ideas and he goes about with plans to make Jenny his forever. Chris' obsession with Jenny ultimately leads to an unpredictable and violent conclusion. A deadly confrontation ensues between Chris, Phil and Jenny, leaving one of them lying dead in a pool of blood....
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I spent 30 years of my life writing....not novels - police reports! In 30 years as a police officer I have written every kind of police report there is. From simple traffic crash reports as a young uniform officer in the Patrol Division in the early days of my career to the much more complex and detailed homicide and other major crime investigative reports during my almost 12 years as a plain clothes investigator in the Criminal Investigations Division. In those days the thought of writing a novel never entered my mind. I guess I’ve always had a creative side to me. In high school I took art classes; drawing still lifes in pen and ink, painting landscapes in oils and water colors. I never could master drawing or painting people. I did win a high school art contest once with one of my landscape paintings. I’ve been a frustrated musician all my life. I began learning to play the guitar at the age of 12. Over the years I have written numerous unpublished songs.....most of which should probably remain unpublished! As an adult I got into woodworking. My specialty became designing and building wall and mantel clocks. By no means am I a master craftsman, but I do enjoy the hobby NEVER did I ever think someday I would write a novel and have it actually published. My high school English Literature teacher would probably turn over in her grave if she knew I was now a published author. I almost flunked out of her class my senior year for not completing many of her reading and writing assignments. I have two college degrees – one in Police Science; the other in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology. All I ever wanted to be was a cop. Nothing from my education or background would point to me becoming a novelist someday. I’ve always been a dreamer. I believe in having dreams. I believe in trying to fulfill ones dreams. I’ve never been one to give up just because someone told me “No”. Retirement life has given me a lot more time on my hands....more time to dream. A little over a year ago I came up with the idea I could write a novel. Everything told me this was a ridiculous idea on my part. I didn’t know how to even start. I knew nothing about how the whole process worked. But I didn’t let that stop me. To quote someone who knows a thing or two: “Cherish your visions and your dreams as they are the children of your soul, the blueprints of your ultimate achievements.” – Napoleon Hill. And I’m writing again....but not police reports - novels!
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1511994940