Author Name: Tracee Lydia Garner Book
Title: Whatever May Come Book Release
Date: April 19, 2019
Genre: Multicultural, Inspirational, Contemporary, Romantic Suspense
About the Author
Tracee Lydia Garner is a speaker, private writing coach and author of twelve books. Born and raised in the DC Area, she holds a degree in Communications from Old Dominion University. She tremendously enjoys the written and spoken word and prior to entertaining full-length novels, was a contributor to her alma mater's campus literary magazine for her poetry. Whatever May Come is her 12th book and revisits the Jameson Family, a well to do family from the DC area. This family saga will have four books total in the series.
In addition to writing, Trace enjoys marketing, graphic design, making video trailers for her books with popular apps, event and conference planning, reading of course and she's also a recovering shopaholic.
Tracee is a member of the Washington Romance Writers (DC) Chapter, the Association of Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), Virginia chapter, and the Faith, Hope and Love, online-only chapter of the RWA.
About The Book
Andrea bent closer to look Tisha in the face. “You take children from their poor, loving parents and… well, now look.” Her face became a mask, her eyes glassy, and she smirked when a look of recognition came over Tisha’s face.
The acidic taste of bile rose in Tisha’s throat and she felt sick to her stomach. This woman somehow knew her, knew what had happened all that time ago, only her facts were terribly twisted.
“That’s not true - you did it!” a shrill small voice piped up. “You’re the mean one! Ms. Jameson’s the nice teacher. It was you. I’ll tell them it was you!” Thomas yelled at Andrea. It was clear that he didn’t fully understand what had transpired, but he knew that somehow Andrea was twisting things.
“Shut up, you stupid little...” Andrea rounded on Thomas, staring at him as if he had magically appeared out of nowhere. She hurled herself at him. Her hand swung back and a fist landed against his beautiful cheek. She drew her arm back, about to strike him again, when Tisha grabbed her arm.
“If you touch him again, I swear I’ll kill you,” Tisha said softly.
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