Rebuild My World

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More than anything Taylor Drake wants her life back.

She's returned to her family home, suffering from the agoraphobia that has plagued her since she was brutally attacked in her apartment. Once a confident and successful photogra-pher, she now cowers behind closed doors with a loaded pistol. She fears her attacker will find her and finish the job.

The last assignment chief deputy Adam Gillespie wants is to babysit the spoiled celebrity Taylor....

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Overview

More than anything Taylor Drake wants her life back.

She's returned to her family home, suffering from the agoraphobia that has plagued her since she was brutally attacked in her apartment. Once a confident and successful photogra-pher, she now cowers behind closed doors with a loaded pistol. She fears her attacker will find her and finish the job.

The last assignment chief deputy Adam Gillespie wants is to babysit the spoiled celebrity Taylor. He blames her father for his family's financial ruin; and her brother, Wil Drake, is the incumbent candidate for Foster County sheriff, Adam's dream job. Wil is out of town, though, so Adam can't afford to let anything happen to the sheriff's sister. Complications arise when someone murders the man he arrests for stalking her.

Adam learns things aren't as they first seem. Taylor is hardly a pampered prima donna, rather a warm, intelli-gent, yet troubled woman whom he grows to love. Also, there are holes in the history of the feud between their families that need filling in. He has to reconcile the feud or any future with Taylor is doomed. But first he must stop the cunning killer who wants her dead.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935817680
  • Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
  • Publication date: 3/28/2011
  • Pages: 260
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Meet the Author

Cheryl Norman grew up in Louisville, KY where she wrote her first mystery at the age of 13. She earned a BA in English at Georgia State University in Atlanta. After a career in the telecommunications industry, she returned to fiction writing and won the 2003 EPPIE award for her contemporary romance, Last Resort.

Her debut with Medallion Press, Restore My Heart, led to a mention in Publisher's Weekly as one of ten new romance authors to watch. Running Scared, a romantic suspense set in Jacksonville, Florida, and Washington D.C., received a Perfect 10 from Romance Reviews Today. Reviewer Harriet Klausner calls her writing "Mindful of Linda Howard..."

Her latest romantic suspense novel for Medallion is Reclaim My Life, and Cheryl has two novellas in the anthology Romance on Route 66. Rebuild My World, the sequel to Reclaim My Life, is her first book pub-lished by Turquoise Morning Press.

Cheryl has combined her passion for writing and healthful cooking by publishing two cookbooks (both finalists in the EPPIEs in the self-help category). Currently she is writing a cookbook for patients with suppressed immune systems, a subject she knows well after recent chemotherapy treatment. Cheryl works with other breast cancer survivors to raise awareness about early detection and treatment of the disease. She also helps writers with grammar via her Grammar Cop blog, newsletter articles, and workshops.

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  • Posted February 17, 2014

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    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

    Pictures are her life. A day without her camera seems surreal. Yet it has been months now she has not taken a picture all because of a stupid man that attacked her in her apartment. For months Taylor Drake has been trying to get her life back together and still nothing has changed. Just when she thinks she could have some peace in her life at home in enters Sheriff Adam Gillespie.

    I loved that these two share a family hatred yet they are not going to succumb to the bitter feud. I felt for Taylor with this illness yet applauded her when she finally took the first step. Now Adam seems like a great and there were times when I wanted to hate him. The feud is one that is heartbreaking to see how it started yet in a way it makes sense in the book. Cheryl Norman started a series in a great way with Adam and the secondary characters from both families shows us a glimpse of whats to come. All in all it was a good book and definitely a series going to keep up with.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2013

    Great Series!

    Like the first two books in this series, mystery and romance combine to make an interesting read! If you haven't read the first two yet, I recommend you do so (The first is Restore My Heart) because all of the characters' back stories are explained. It probably could be read as a stand alone, but I think it works much better as the third in the series. The reason this gets only 4 stars for me is that I wanted an epilogue to wrap things up better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2012

    fbnh

    here *marks some grass land*

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