Out of Balance

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iUniverse, Apr 6, 2011 - Fiction - 192 pages
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Former stay-at-home wife and mother, Beverly Mael, turns her life upside down in Out of Balance, a hilarious new novel about bank shenanigans and underground cyber societies.

Caught between her husband, the ultimate prankster, and her boss, the charmingly seductive President and CEO of Vine Valley Bank, Beverly struggles to keep her husband’s secret and help her boss’s blind ambition without losing her marriage or her job. Floundering through dictation during the day and falling asleep in her dinner at night, Beverly needs to get away from it all. But a surprise date turns sour when Beverly discovers her unemployed husband has developed a computer program that can change the world—for better or worse. To complicate matters, the bank’s president keeps lavishing praise on Beverly, giving her the attention she desperately craves from home. Armed only with a gift for numbers and a steadfast faith in God, Beverly must stop her husband’s pact with the cyber underworld and uncover the truth before it’s too late.

Out of Balance was recently awarded the prestigious Editor’s Choice recognition for writing excellence from iUniverse. The book was also nominated for the 2012 Indie Excellence Award for Chick Lit.

 

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User Review  - SharonPMoxley - LibraryThing

Angela is a talented, award winning writer and her book, Out of Balance, shows off that talent. Lots of suspense. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
6
Chapter 3
12
Chapter 4
17
Chapter 5
21
Chapter 6
25
Chapter 7
30
Chapter 8
38
Chapter 16
85
Chapter 17
92
Chapter 18
96
Chapter 19
101
Chapter 20
105
Chapter 21
112
Chapter 22
122
Chapter 23
132

Chapter 9
45
Chapter 10
50
Chapter 11
55
Chapter 12
60
Chapter 13
64
Chapter 14
73
Chapter 15
79
Chapter 24
138
Chapter 25
153
Chapter 26
162
Chapter 27
169
Chapter 28
174
About the Author
181
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