A scheming woman. A murderous villain. Let the game of survival begin.
Danny Hammond is running from his past. He has too many secrets and there is no one he can trust. Danny is crushed by shame until pushed to face his nightmare. But there´s a price to pay.
Pietra has her problems too. She tried to help her father pay a gambling debt owed to a gangster, only to find herself also under his control.
Unbeknown to Danny, Pietra schemes to separate him from his healthy bank balance to pay the debt. Her plan backfires with shocking after-effects.
He thought he could trust her. He was wrong.
How they handle the situation will determine the outcome, but in this game, there can only be one winner. Danny has a choice: face his fear or people could die…
All he wants is a normal family life: it seems an impossible dream when everything constantly twists out of control.
Surviving Reality is the second book in the Reality Series. If you like fast-paced psychological suspense and are moved by individuals facing massive challenges, then you´ll love Jacqui Penn´s Surviving Reality. Download this gripping thriller now.
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I was working as a teacher, when my life took an unexpected and unlikely turn. My husband was offered work in Mauritius, where we were to stay for nearly two years. We lived in a bungalow on a beach at the southern end of the island.
The area was almost untouched by tourism and most of the local community lived basically, fishing by hand for a living and to put food on their table.
At Christmas I organised and planned a party for the local children, twenty would have been nice. The list soon expanded to one hundred and fifty, all in the back garden!
I had always held a passion for writing and threatened to write a book. The day following the party I began to create my first novel. The feel good factor the party gave me has never changed.
I wrote a short story and won first prize, a kindle! It stayed in a drawer for a year. I liked a book you could hold, a proper book! Now, I wouldn’t be without my kindle! Winning the competition inspired me to publish.
My stories are pacy and unpredictable, a bit like me! My mother-in-law read my first novel, raised her eyebrows when she saw me next and told me I’d lived a colourful life! I tried explaining that author imagination played a role, but she was having none of it, and raised her brows again, this time sympathetically towards my husband.
When I’m not writing, I’m walking with my dogs and husband on the coast of Kent, or around the lovely Andalusian hillsides gathering inspiration and plotting my next book.