When twenty-six year old virgin Kat Richards is brutally raped one month after losing her parents and fiance to a drunk driver, she relocates far away to a small, quiet town in Lakesboro, desperate to begin a new life. Her existence as a recluse comes to a screeching halt when a tall, dark, and handsome stranger with a shady past enters her life. As she struggles to provide her young son with a normal life, she finds herself drawn to Daniel for moral support. Rescuing her time and time again as she faces one obstacle after another, he becomes a hero in Kat?s eyes. However, as she seeks more than friendship from him, he reluctantly begins to create distance between them. Unbeknownst to Kat and her son, Daniel harbors a shocking secret that could destroy any chance of them becoming a family together. When Kat learns the horrible truth, she faces her most difficult obstacle of all. In She Never Knew, discover if she conquers the final barrier in her quest for eternal happiness.
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About the Author
CJ Simpson, a university instructor, has inspired many of her students to hone their creative writing skills in class. A fan of Women's Fiction novels for decades, CJ uses her own creativity to inspire her readers. She writes on a part-time basis and is a member of Writer's Digest. A native of Albany, New York, she lives with her husband and son in the quaint seaside village of Swansboro, North Carolina.
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She Never Knew based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I absolutely LOVED this book. A great mix of drama and suspense, love and hate, and humor and sorrow. We follow the trials of the lead character, Kat, as we shadow her through throws of tragedy, hate, fear, compassion, love and so much more! Kat seems like the girl next door living her life as you and I, working, raising a child, going to church, taking her son to his activities, etc. I won't spoil the book for you, but I will say the events throughout the story will keep you reading straight through to the end.