What makes a good girl go bad?
Why would a woman who has it all throw her life away? Morgan has the perfect life. She married the man of her dreams. Daniel is smart, gorgeous and successful. Everything she has always wanted in a husband and the father of her children. But he’s also overprotective, jealous, and domineering. Is living with him enough to drive Morgan over the edge? Or does something more treacherous lurk beneath the façade?
Morgan ~ A gorgeous, sweet woman that is oblivious to her own beauty. She’s shy with men, but a rock to her friends. A librarian in a small town in the mid-west. She’s been waiting a long-time to find the one.
Daniel ~ An accountant in the city who will do anything to be the youngest partner in his firm. He always gets what he wants and he wants Morgan. He will pursue Morgan until she submits.
Together ~ They rush through a courtship and marry within a year of meeting. Morgan’s life is perfect. She has a job she loves, a best friend for which she would do anything and a husband that completes her. But things are not often as they appear. Behind closed doors the loving Daniel that Morgan married is jealous and overprotective. Sometimes he’s even domineering.
The Culmination ~ Morgan runs away – destroying everything in her path as she disappears. What made this good girl go bad?
~ What Readers Are Saying ~
I was drawn into this book from the beginning wondering what could drive the anonymous character to carry out her actions in the prologue.
Author D. E. Haggerty weaves a complex tale that takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride. This story is full of enough drama, suspense, and surprising twists and turns
This story was so well written that I felt I was watching this drama unfold on the TV screen. I could envision all of it in my minds eye. The descriptions were so interwoven with the dialogue that you just didn’t realise the author was setting the scene.
This book is a little suspenseful, enough to keep you interested from start to end. It has you asking yourself many times what Morgan is thinking…but you will have to find out why you would even ask yourself that question to start with!!
this book pulled me in immediately