Sonya Lee grew up in Chicago, IL. She lived on the south side of the city. She taught at many Chicago Public Elementary schools before relocating to the south. Ms. Lee wrote as a child but the demands of school and work stopped her from writing for many years. Ms. Lee began writing again in December of 2011. Since that point she has published several short stories and two novellas. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate at the University of Mississippi and will continue to write books and teach.
on Oct. 29, 2014 :
Katrina wakes to noises in her apartment and escapes as an intruder sets her flat on fire. A stalker is watching Katrina, sending her strange messages and making it clear that he can get to her wherever the police hide her.
This was a detective novel not a paranormal one which is what I was led to believe. It was Katrina fleeing her stalker, talking to the police, being put in a safe place, being stalked again. I didn't want to read a crime novel! If I had, I would've read James Patterson.
The story was well enough written and there was nothing wrong with the author's writing style or character development. It just wasn't what I wanted to read.
(review of free book)