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Books by Tess Quince
Trust Fall: Book One of the Trust Trilogy
I didn’t know what I needed. Then he gave it to me.
I was doing okay, not great, but okay. I was a single mom with a five year old son. I had a successful, professional career that allowed me to provide a good home for both of us. My son’s father, my man-child ex-husband Josh, had come back into our lives.
Ben Sheppard was only in town for a month. Handsome, confident and perceptive, he saw the woman I didn’t know I was. He saw what I needed and wanted.
Then he gave it to me.
I thank him every day for that.
This is my story, my autobiography. I tell it honest as I can. I’ve changed the names to protect myself and my family. Otherwise, the story is written as I lived it.
Broken Trust: Book Two of the Trust Trilogy
I got what I wished for. But it wasn’t what I deserved.
I was happy in every aspect of my life. My son, Danny, was doing well. His father and my ex-husband Josh was now stepping up to help raise him. I was about to be promoted to a vice presidency of a large local bank and was in the best physical shape of my life—about to run my first marathon. Ben Sheppard, my first true lover, was a phone call away.
Then I met David Butcher. He was a charismatic and handsome graphic artist with an arrogant streak. He was tall and muscular man with red-gold hair that fell across his eyes in a nice way. I liked him.
When he took me to bed, I told him exactly what I needed. He gave it to me. It nearly destroyed me.
This is my story, my autobiography. I tell it honest as I can. I’ve changed the names to protect myself and my family. Otherwise, the story happened as I lived it.
Trusting Arms: Book Three of the Trust Trilogy
Sometimes you get exactly what you deserve. I did.
My life has fallen to pieces. My career is in the tank. My love life is dead. The only good I have is my wonderful son Danny. One night, a tree falls on our house nearly killing him.
I'm about to give up when I meet Joel Cooper.
He is the strong and quiet type. Too quiet, maybe, with a melancholy soul. There is a touch of sadness he is looking to put behind him.
Together, we face challengers of the spirit and the body and, together, get exactly what we deserve.
This is my story, my autobiography. I tell it honest as I can. I've changed the names to protect myself and my family. Otherwise, I tell the story as it happened–as I lived it.