False Regret: Pikorua Book – 1

Ellia Meyers, after having suffered a tragic loss when she was a teenager, goes out jogging in a desolate park one fateful evening where she is abducted by brutal men who wish to use her as pawn to extract information from her father, a shady Detroit police officer. During her imprisonment, her world, as she perceived it, comes crumbling down around her when she learns the truth, not only about her ruthless father, but about the deadly shooting that took place when she was seventeen, forever altering her existence and keeping her in a dark shadow of depression for most of her adult life. After a narrow escape, Ellia struggles to stay alive and one step ahead of the sadistic men who seek her, while confronting the demons she’s struggled with for over a decade. Holding onto her sanity by a thread, she must learn the meaning of self-sacrifice and just how far someone must go to protect the ones they love.



October 22, 2015

About Angela Reid

Although I am not a writer by profession, (as in what I make my living doing), it certainly is my passion. I am a nurse who works in a specialty clinic treating allergy and asthma patients. I always wanted to be writer, but a husband, two kids, and various pets led me into a more stable field. Braces, prom dresses, and college don't come cheap...hahaha. I sat down to write my first novel, really as joke. I had a week off of work and told everyone I was going to use that time to write a book, something I have wanted to do since I was in the fifth grade of elementary school back in a little town surrounded by whispering corn fields in the flattest portion of Indiana. Needless to say, it took a bit longer than a week, but once I started, I just could not stop. It sort of became an affliction, one that drives my family crazy at times. I stare at them with that zoned out, far away look in my eyes as they prattle on about their days while I am creating epic scenes behind my eyeballs. It is never good when they ask me a question, for I am simply clueless about what was said. Anyway, once "A Silhouette of Lies" was complete, I just moved right on the next one and have kept going in a forward motion since then. I certainly hope that you, the reader, enjoys my efforts. I had a great time creating these little pieces of fiction, and if nothing else, I hope they take you out of your own life...even if just for a spell; after all, that's why we all love to read in the first place. Thanks for visiting my page, and many blessings to you and yours.

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