Storm’s life is a painful disaster. Her father’s passing away, she hasn’t spoken to her mother in years, and she’s in a cruel, abusive marriage with her husband Chase. Is there any way out for her?
On his deathbed, her father pleads with her to leave Chase. Her brother vows to help her escape the violence. With help from a family friend, she establishes a new life in Chicago. She has a new job, new apartment, and a friendship with the family friend’s son Kobe. He’s a playboy with a girlfriend named Samantha, but he’s developing feelings for Storm. In spite of herself, Storm feels the same way.
But Chase is just one step behind in finding her, and Storm knows it. Kobe asks her to move in with him for protection. As she’s packing, Chase breaks in to her apartment and kidnaps her. She’s a total prisoner now – savagely beaten, starved, addicted to alcohol and sexually abused.
In her worst beating yet, Storm is almost killed by Chase, but a neighbor hears and calls the police.
In the hospital, she reunites with Kobe. He asks her to marry him, but Samantha reveals he cheated with her while Storm was kidnapped…and she’s pregnant. Kobe’s one of three men who could be the father. Chase is another. Storm is forgiving, and they marry, but as they are ready to leave for their honeymoon, Samantha goes into labor, and Chase appears again – shooting Kobe.
Can Storm find peace, mend family matters and at last, find happiness in love?
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Monica L. Smith lives a vast contrast in lifestyles. She has been working in the medical field since 1997, first as a Certified Nursing Assistant, then in 2005 as a Medication Aide and, since 2013, as a Licensed Practical Nurse. She was born in Louisville, Kentucky, where she received her diploma. She then moved to Maricopa, Arizona, with her husband and 3 out of 9 children.
When she isn’t working, she enjoys old-school television shows such as “Perry Mason”, “Matlock”, “Forensic Files”, and more currently, “The First 48.” Her creative side began to emerge when she tried her hand at writing. She published A Softer Side of Me, a book of 10 poems focusing on her “normal” but inspirational life, including her husband, children and career. It spent time as #1 in the poetry genre on Amazon.
But much like her character, there’s another side to Monica L. Smith, who has realized that she has a passion for urban erotic fiction. She enjoys writing what she calls “no-no” sensual sex scenes and while she does explore the dark side, she also firmly believes in writing about finding love, and hopes to inspire women to find their balance between sexuality and true love.
She claims she may not actually do what she writes about, but she feels a connection to it and enjoys the thrill that drives her to see her stories through to their exciting climax and conclusion.