No matter how calm and boring that her mother and her fiancé attempt to make her life, CPS worker Sadey Collins always manages to keep their lives full of 'dumb things that Sadey does' stories for them to share – and stress out about. But healing from gunshot wounds and planning a wedding are currently the small stressors in her life. Adding a child to the mix, investigating a child molester, fighting with her mother and constantly avoiding Chase's suggestion that she quit her job, Sadey struggles to find a balance between her home life, her work life, and her own sanity. Can she keep herself and her family safe? Can she live up to her new roles as wife and mother? Or will Chase finally get his wish?
About the Author
Christy Wilson lives with her family in the mountains of Ritchie County, West Virginia. She and her husband have three children,who have given her four beautiful grandchildren that she doesn't get to spoil often enough. She spent several years doing social work as a Homefinder for a foster care agency and a Child Protective Service worker for the DHHR. She has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Master of Arts in Reading and taught in the public school system for around 5 years. When she's not writing or spoiling her grandchildren, you will most likely find her wrapped up with her three dogs and a good book or cross-stitching and scrapbooking.