Destructive Release is the third and final book in A Destructive Novel Series and picks up where Destructive Choices left off.
A single grain of sand produces a beautiful pearl. How can something so precious come from something so painful?
Grief-stricken, Lacey realizes reality has caught up to her.
Her silence has kept her trapped as if she was a frightened little girl. When Lacey finally speaks up, what she unburies will forever haunt her.
The choices she makes only seem to hurt those she loves. When Lacey tries to stand up for herself, she faces a choice. A choice she will be forced to live with for the rest of her life.
If life hands you more grief than happiness, and the guilt of letting someone down consumes you, what will it take to move on?
When sorrow threatens to drown her, will Lacey triumph over her inner demons to discover her own pearl?
*Warning* Not appropriate for audiences 17 years of age and under.
The Destructive Series
She lives in Colorado with her husband and two children. Moving from the lush landscapes of Maryland’s Eastern Shore to the high desert plains of Colorado was a drastic change. She and her family moved to their own “Little House on the Prairie” at an elevation of over 6,000 feet above sea level, and a semi-arid climate that makes it hard to grow anything. While barely anything can grow where she resides now, the wildlife makes up for it. Mountain Lions, and coyotes, and rattlesnakes, oh my!
She tries to spend a little time each day writing, but domestic chores around the house usually take precedence. She would much rather hide them from her husband. She tends to her loving four-legged children who at times become much too demanding when she locks herself in the office. This often results in MORE domestic work, and she finds herself cleaning up after their deviant behavior.
She has always been an artist painting as a hobby to back drops in theatrical set designs. Graphic design is her guilty pleasure.
A Destructive Novel is a series of three books based on her life. They deal with heavy life issues and will have the reader begging for a happily ever after.