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Tracy Michaels grew up believing her step-father, Jim Hammond, when he said she wasn't good enough, smart enough, or pretty enough. Now a single mother, she works as a tour guide in one of Denver's old Victorian museums barely making enough to survive. During long, sleepless nights in her studio apartment, she worries about stretching her meager paycheck for the basic nece ...more
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Published December 30th 2010 by Brenda Hill, via Smashwords (first published 2005)
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Linda Guanill
Aug 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A GREAT READ!

Stacy's story is like something that you would find in a true crime book! Unfortunately what happened to her happens too often in our society! I was pushing for her to give up the name of the rapist but he threatened to harm her baby if she did! I don't want to give anything away you'll just have to read the book to see how Stacy's story ends!
Beachbaby
Apr 26, 2020 marked it as books-boxed-sets  ·  review of another edition
In boxed set - "And Justice for Her: Boxed Set"
Abe
Jul 03, 2009 rated it it was amazing
This carefully crafted, suspenseful story is about the victims of rape and their struggle to cope.

Brenda Hill has created a realistic drama that puts the reader in the mindset of the victim. It is not just the brutal invasion of the body, but also the emotional effects that can be debilitating from this criminal act. It is obvious that the author did much research. The perpetrator in the story has repeatedly preyed on unsuspecting and vulnerable women and will continue his criminal acts unless
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Vicki Tyley
Sep 22, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: indie
“He waited in the stand of poplars behind the bus shelter, his black sweats fading into shadows cast by the midnight moon. A ski mask covered his face.

At twelve-seventeen, a Denver city bus approached the residential shelter. Air brakes hissing, it rolled to a stop and Cindy Harris, a sweater draped over her blue scrubs, stepped to the pavement. Glass shards from the streetlight crunched under her feet.”


The above excerpt was my introduction to Brenda Hill. Those few words hooked me and the rest
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Lynda Kelly
Jul 20, 2013 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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I wasn't keen on this. I got a little bored of the story as there seemed to be a lot of extra padding around the attacks that were mentioned. Like the weather and light, etc....Plus there were some silly mistakes that annoyed me so I packed it in at 29% which is further than I usually go before packing a book in.
Missing apostrophes, then one character appearing who was supposed to be on holiday, unnerved used when it should be unnerve, then a fullstop randomly dumped into a sentence which was bi
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Cheryl
Apr 21, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Dramatic and thrilling

Ten Times Guilty is a definite thriller.The sexual assault scenes are graphic and details the emotional rollercoaster the victim experiences during the attract. But it's the fear of further harm coming to the victims and their loved that hinders the police from thoroughly investigating this crime. At the end one of the young women takes a stand and points the police to the appropriate perpetrator. For me this was a quick read. I enjoyed the character development and the aut
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Sharon
Jul 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this book. I felt the pain Tracy Michaels felt as she was dealing with her rape, and the man who raped her stalking and terrorizing her so she won't identify him as her rapist. Tracy finally takes matters into her own hands to stop him.
Margaret Fischer
Great author

Great author

I enjoyed this book very much. A good story of rising past unfortunate events. I am looking forward to reading more by this author. I got this one free, but have just brought
two more.
sheila m rudicel
Awesome book!

kept me interested right up to the end.....which was a very good ending. Hopefully, there will be more books with Reese in them.
Christine
Mar 22, 2014 rated it really liked it
Good story...liked the characters .....fast read with lots of guts..took an ugly incident and made it turn out good.
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I love things that go bump in the night whether they're serial killers or other strange creatures. I've written about those pesky people who intrude on our lives with deadly force - Ten Times Guilty, With Full Malice. I'm still writing about those pesky people/creatures who intrude on our lives, but this tim
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