Hell Hath No Fury
About the Book
She wasn’t a good looker like he had always chose before her, rather she wasn’t pretty at all in the face, but rather very plain. And her extreme guilty conscience about having an affair with her husband’s best friend, which resulted in a pregnancy and the birth of her middle son, finally caused her to dump her own guilt on someone. Unfortunately he was the unlucky one she chose to bestow her very dark and haunting secret upon. Which burnt his mind to its very core, and left behind scars that could never heal. And years later she wouldn’t allow him to see his own son when he was alive, but she did graciously invited him to his son’s funeral.
About the Author
This author somehow managed to live through this true story without ending up in an alley talking to a bottle of cheap wine, as so many others have. But he does admit, having found true love once in his lifetime, was wonderful when it was right. As he has always believed very firmly, love is heaven or hell, with no in between. When it is good, it is wonderful. When it is bad, it is truly some sort of hell. He further believes that one must actually find true love before they can treasure or hate it. That being the case, when looking for love, prepare yourself to find heaven or hell. For it will truly be, one or the other.