True Crime of Love and Passion

by D.L. Hynes


Formats

Softcover
£11.95
Softcover
£11.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/7/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781728317823

About the Book

True Crime of Love and Passion is the first book of three novels that tells the story of three different ordinary women who finds themselves after experiencing the harshness of a man’s world. Their stories will shine the light on their tormented hearts, with them experiencing abuse and rape—finding themselves through it all. Each choice they make leads them closer to the love they so crave and the life they wish for. ≈≈≈≈≈≈≈ True Crime of Love and Passion is the firsthand account of a young woman who grew up sheltered by her loving parents. They put her though medical school and taught her how to take care of herself in the real world. After graduating, she finds a little house and job just outside of the city. There she finds herself alone for the first time in her life. After meeting a strange man in her home one evening and waking up to her father’s voice, she thinks she is going mad. She is embarrassed and afraid to know the truth behind her mystery man, who is somehow able to take control of her and enter her home without a trace. She learns that the crime of love and passion comes at a cost when her life is turned upside down as she is forced to follow a dark path of death and pain. She wonders who she can trust, and if the man she finds she can’t live without, who shows her a love like she has never known before, can handle her betrayal when she finds out she is with a child but doesn’t know who the father is—the ghost of a man or her first real love.


About the Author

D. L Hynes is an upcoming fictional author, of a series of books in the erotica mystery genre. She was born and raised in a small town on the peninsula of Virginia. A college graduate in Business and Early childhood education. Who wrote as a hobby since middle school; and decided to see what others would think of her free-handed style of writing that allowed her to fantasize in the world of serial killers and romantic love affairs where the main female characters has a mind of their own and the males has a way to sweep them off their feet and question their own hearts and desires.