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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Obsessions, the first book of a planned trilogy, is a thrilling page-turner that takes place over a period of fourteen days in 1993. During this time, four teachers and one real estate agent face life changing forces that would daunt weaker women. A middle school environment in Virginia becomes the origin of both mystery and romance. There, Jan Ryan, a teacher, very married but dangerously lonely - struggles to overcome the attraction of a magnetic student teacher, Tad Wyatt. Risk occurs when Tad, a man with a secret past, decides to act on his obsessions. Tensions increase as Dana Andrews, also a faculty member, flees to a convent in Florida in a desperate attempt to escape an abusive husband. A childhood friend, now the superior of a community of nuns agrees to provide sanctuary. Dana learns about religious life in the guise of being a potential candidate.

The story alternates between Richmond, Virginia and the oldest city in the United States - St. Augustine, Florida. Excitement never abates as other characters vie for attention as they too determine not to become victims of their fate. The story takes an interesting twist when two blood sisters aware of Dana's destination decide to put their own needs on hold. They arrive in Florida with a detective and pilot in tow - prepared to divert Jim Andrews in his plan to return with his wife.

Watch for the sequel, Challenges.

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