Greta Boris was raised in Greenwich Village, New York by an opera singing, piano playing, voice coach and a magazine publisher. Her original life plan was to be a famous Broadway actor, singer, and dancer, but when she moved to Laguna Beach, California, she changed her plans due to the commute. Today she writes to inspire, entertain, motivate, and so she can afford nice wine.
All the fortress’s inhabitants have been rich, reclusive, and mysterious.
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The Medieval religious practice she's immersed in requires its devotees to retreat from the world. But now Abby's torn. If she leaves her anchorhold, not only will she be unable to return but risks public ridicule and arrest as well.
Is it worth losing everything she's worked for to tell the police the little she's seen? Or should she let someone else shoulder the responsibility?
Single mother Olivia Richards is being watched.
CPS. Her ex-husband. Terrors from her past. And someone else.
She is doing everything she can to keep her brain damaged son safe, but from who or what, she doesn't know.
Gwen Bishop lands the listing of her dreams – a multi-million dollar beachfront property. It is a perfect property. Perfect, that is, except for the secret in the basement and the dead body upstairs. Gwen swears she will sell the dream house…or die trying.