Overview

Cori is a single mother and has just discovered that the man she loves – the best friend of her child’s estranged father – is being stalked by something not of this world and possibly because he’s been assuming the identity of a dead man.

WHO SHOULD SHE TRUST?

Cori Hubbard suspects she is in for some big trouble when her misfit of an employee, Chris Banks, claims he has ...
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Trust Me Never

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Overview

Cori is a single mother and has just discovered that the man she loves – the best friend of her child’s estranged father – is being stalked by something not of this world and possibly because he’s been assuming the identity of a dead man.

WHO SHOULD SHE TRUST?

Cori Hubbard suspects she is in for some big trouble when her misfit of an employee, Chris Banks, claims he has received a death threat. The note, taped to his cat’s collar, appears to have been written by Roby McConaughey, the man Cori has secretly loved her entire life. Faced with running her century old boarding house while dealing with the Banks/McConaughey situation, she suddenly finds herself receiving emails from her estranged lover Ben Peck, who is also the father of her twelve-year-old son.
It is only when her mentally handicapped brother starts channeling the dead that Cori realizes, however, that her life is spinning out of control. And when she makes the unnerving discovery that Ben Peck died five years ago, and Roby McConaughey has been keeping it a secret, she knows that the breach of trust could spell trouble of the deadly kind.
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Editorial Reviews

Up The Staircase Literary Review
Loved the excerpt. Can't wait to read the book and promote it!
Heather Graham
Trust Me Never offers an intricate plot and interesting characters along with a twist on the paranormal that creates a fast and satisfying read. All the threads tie up in this swift and enjoyable read--I see an intriguing future for an author who is charting her own course!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014454612
  • Publisher: sapphire snow
  • Publication date: 6/23/2012
  • Series: ghosts and vampires series , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 134 KB

Meet the Author

Sapphire Snow has had much of her short work published in various literary journals and magazines. She has won flash fiction contests, held writing workshops, and spoken on writing panels. She is a New York Times Best Selling Author endorsed writer, whose props include those from Heather Graham, Amanda Stevens, and Adriana Trigiani.
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