What happens when two women, from different worlds collide? Jordan Watkins, self-assured, successful attorney, who trusts no one, dates often but believes it is not in her genes to have a successful relationship. All that changes when she meets and falls for Angela Gratace, who is still discovering her identity. Angela did not mind being alone, it came with the territory she had learned in her youth. Keeping to herself was the best option. But, that was before Jordan Watkins walked into her office, and into her heart, turning everything Angela believed in upside down. Thrown into a whirlwind of emotions, Angela is now faced with the dilemma of having to admit she is not only attracted to the young successful attorney, but also women. Struggling with her identity, Angela questions if she is gay, straight or bi-sexual, or just going crazy. Will she risk everything she believes in, or face her demons, and choose happiness, or die protecting the secrets, lies and betrayal, of a past she tried hard to forget.
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About the Author
Originally from England, Dawn now lives in Texas with her partner, and two children. Dawn finds the relaxed atmosphere a wonderful place to pursue her love of writing. When she is not working or writing, she is gardening, cooking, reading, and volunteering her time as a Paralegal for Legal Aid. Her interests in writing include poetry, short stories, novels and journalistic feature writing.
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Out of the Mist: The Secret based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Have you ever read a book that you relate too, that keeps you drawn into the story? Yup, this one did it for me. The struggle that Stephanie went through while trying to find happiness, and the torment Alex went through to give herself permission to love helped bring an emotional tale of romance . Read it, you will agree.
This is the first story I have read from Ms. Carter. This is her first modern day romance. I think she did a really good job. Angela is so insecure but I totally get that. No matter how old we get I think we ALL feel this way when starting a new relationship, especially that ever important first one. I just wanted to hug her and make it all better for her. Jordan is a powerhouse with her own problems. She struggles with her feelings for Angela and finds herself lost and adrift. You just cant help but root for her. She is so strong and perfect in the end. I love how inspite of everything her love never falters. I also liked how the ending wraps everything up, it was a bit brief but left no questions unanswered. I find this to be a good thing. There were a few minor mistakes but they take absolutly nothing away from the story and I know these will be addressed.