Reagan is a mystery, and she has never met anyone like him. They find themselves inevitably drawn toward each other.
LAKE CHARLES, La. (PRWEB) December 12, 2012
In Jennifer L. Thibodeaux’s new book, “Static” (published by iUniverse), one woman is about to meet the man of her dreams, but what she doesn’t know is that her dreams are glimpses of a future that has already happened, and a past that has yet to come.
Shy, downtrodden Remany Layton lost her family to a horrific car accident on her 18th birthday. Now, she’s alone and desperate, trapped beneath the roof of her two children’s abusive father for financial reasons. Remany, called Remy by her friends, is resigned to go on living a lonely, mediocre life – until something changes.
One of her customers at work invites her to a party at his house. Remy is notoriously timid and uncomfortable in social situations, happy to linger on the dim edges of the party. When a handsome stranger brings her into the light, however, she finds herself intrigued. Callaran Reagan is a mystery, and she has never met anyone like him. They find themselves inevitably drawn toward each other.
As Remy’s feelings evolve, her hope for a better life increases; even so, Callaran seems hesitant. She does not doubt his fondness for her, but he’s definitely hiding something. Remy can’t possibly understand that Callaran’s secret is of another world – a world that could spell extreme danger for Remy and her children.
By Jennifer L. Thibodeaux
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | ISBN 9781475961096 |
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | ISBN 9781475961089 |
E-Book | ISBN 9781475961102 |
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jennifer L. Thibodeaux is a pharmacy technician and a student at McNeese State University. She lives with her two daughters, Tristan and Trinity, in Lake Charles, La.
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