Seven stories in one novel; each one with it's own plot and lead character: a stewardess who discovers her judgement may be a little flawed, an older divorcee who finds something far more interesting than sandals at a shoe clearance, a bride-to-be thinking she has a valid reason to call off her wedding, a pudgy ex-wife with a fear that a medical apparatus will make her look like Jacques Cousteau, a newcomer to Florida expecting fair weather and experiencing her first hurricane, but not alone or scared, a daughter in mourning, pursuing the meaning of three tarnished bars held together by a black ribbon, and a doctor who discovers something totally unrelated to medicine that heals a heart problem.
"Throughout these stories, facets of each person's character are revealed, layer by layer, often with a punch of the Ginger Simpson sense of humor. Delicious! I can think of no better way to spend an evening or lazy afternoon than wrapped in the comfort of her words." ~ H. Haven
Rita Karnopp loves Betrayed
It goes without saying, Ginger Simpson is on the top of my favorite authors list. Betrayed is a great example why I love this writer. This story was based on true events, making it harder to believe embezzlement, credit card and bank account theft could happen all under the ruse of love. Cassie Fremont put herself out there for love and on-line met a dashing cowboy, Evan Dennis. Instead of being the answer to her dreams, he became the nightmare of her life.
The scary thing about this is, it could happen to any of us trusting, decent women who want nothing more than to find that someone special to share our life with. When love is involved we can easily believe the lies – especially when he’s a smooth talking, handsome, Texas boy who has a believable answer for everything. Cassie
said it best when she told the police she was financially and emotionally raped.
Simpson delivers a story with well-developed, believable characters that draw you in – directly to the heart. I wanted Evan Dennis to get his just dues – but the reality Simpson shares isn’t all that easy. I’m moved by this story and it keeps haunting me months after I finished reading ‘the end.’ It’s a must read – might I add this is the best book I read in 2013! If I could give it ten stars – I would.
Ages of Love
Love comes when we least expect it, whether from dreams or reality, it touches our souls and warms our heart. Join Chase, Faith and Hope as they each journey on their own trek into happiness. Will they truly find what they need or is there still a search remaining for one or more?
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A fictional novel based on the real life experience of a
relationship gone horribly wrong.
The advertisement claimed, "Find your true love;
we'll match you with the person of your dreams."
Irritating spam clogged her computer inbox.
"Free tonight? Let's chat." Cassie Fremont thought
of hitting the trash button, but the promises were
too alluring. Divorced and lonely, Cassie signs up
for the on-line dating service. What she doesn't
know is the cost of the ticket for her ride on the
romantic roller coaster from hell.
You aren't the first woman he’s lied to. When Cassie’s siblings present her with evidence, insisting what
they've found proves her new beau is a con-man,
her world is shattered. Her happiness wanes.
How can she possibly believe that this wonderful
man who gave up a thriving business in Texas and
moved to California to be with her isn't all he
professes to be? The love she sees shining
in Evan’s eyes can’t be false. Surely, her siblings are mistaken. Still, the warnings of her sister’s haunt
Cassie’s thoughts: There have been others who
have lost everything because of him.
Faced with an ultimatum, Cassie must choose
between her family and Evan.
Previously published as Embezzled Love
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