Aimee Taylor has a B.S. Degree in criminal justice and began working for the Florida Department of Children and Families in 2002 as a Dependency Case Manager. She remained in the field of child welfare for nearly a decade, committing her career to helping those in crisis. Now, Aimee is giving a voice to the untold story of child abuse and those who dedicate their lives to working with abused children and their families. She writes from a place of familiarity as Aimee, too, was fostered and adopted as a child and grew up to pursue a career helping families in similar circumstances. Her novels, while fiction, are based on her own family history and inspired by her experiences as a case manager.
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Don't You Tell
by Aimee Taylor
In the course of her profession, social worker, Amber Walker, deals with tragedy on a daily basis. But when her own family is destroyed by a client she tried to help, she is tormented by guilt and loses faith in the goodness of humanity.
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