Abbey wasn’t always a wicked stepmother. Once upon a time, she was just an average, overweight single mother, whose life revolved around her two daughters. Then the handsome and charming Bradley Mauer came into her life and swept her off her feet. Abbey was ready to live “happily-ever-after” – until reality set in, bringing with it an incorrigible stepdaughter, newfound telekinetic powers and betrayal by friends and family. Not even the support of her stepmothers’ group was enough to belay her life from meeting the same fate as the fairy tale villainess. So with few options left to her, Abbey decides to embrace her role as a wicked stepmother and make her own happy ending.
|Publisher:||Ruth E Griffin|
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About the Author
Ruth E. Griffin could draw pictures before she could put sentences together. Eventually, though, she figured out how to do both and is now the author of several books - fiction and non-fiction - which center on women’s experiences. She still designs but focuses all her free time on writing. Ruth currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and three children. Her work is available at major online bookstores, while new book release/event information can be found at www.ruthegriffin.com. She can be reached by email at email@example.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ruth is imaginative and has quite a sense of humor in this lovely tale. I actually stayed up in the wee hours because I couldn't put this book down. I'd say I'll stop here but find chapter after chapter leaving me on edge and anxious to know what will happen next. I am looking forward to reading more of Ruth's books. -Acacia Slaton, author of "The Serpent Beguiled Eve"
I LOVED it. It was one of those books you just can't put down. I would have finished it in one sitting if not for my wifely, motherly and household responsibilities. I cried with the main character, laughed with her and got angry with her. And if you're a fan of faerie tales, you'll enjoy guessing who's really who from each tale (Cinderella, Snow White, etc.). It was a quick, smooth read that kept you wondering where it was going next. I definitely recommend it.