Author: Nancy George
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Published: October 17, 2017
Maggie was a young, naïve sheltered woman who, through a tragedy, was pushed into a world of abuse and torment at the hands of a man she thought she was in love with. Alone, scared, and helpless, she prayed for help.
That was until she received a telephone call which changed her world, and led her to the bright lights of Auckland. Maggie thought finally she was safe. Nothing would prepare her for what was to follow. From out of nowhere, she met a man who would give her a reason to live, laugh, and learn to love.
Was she strong enough to believe that beautiful things came to those who dared to dream?
Or would the memory of her abuse etched into the depths of her mind take control, and send her back to her secret dark place, alone and frightened once more.
Could the light of a rainbow shine brightly from the depths of a cold gray nothing?
Nancy George lives in Wanganui, New Zealand with her husband, Frank, three cats, and two dogs.
This is her second book, her first one is a short story called “I’m Fifty and Not Out”