acquires children, (just as long as she doesn’t have to deal with them),
Theresa Spadoni does care. She has been trying to give her husband a baby for
years, but nothing happens. Then one night with a coworker and Mary Mason has
not just one baby, but two!
pit bull on to Mary. It was also her idea to kill Mary’s newborn son. If she
can’t give her unfaithful husband a child, then she would at least make certain
his child by Mary wouldn’t survive either.
reputation, but she has too much pride to allow vengeful women and their
manipulative husbands to destroy her life and steal her new born babies.
Unfortunately, pride alone isn’t going to save her. When Captain Chad Danton
answers a call about a prostitute soliciting at the local library, he discovers
a determined woman in desperate need of medical care. Upon hearing Mary’s
story, he resolves to help her, not realizing her enemies will join those who
wish to destroy his career.
eyes narrowed. “I was in the room when the father of the boy insisted his wife
had accidentally cut off the oxygen. When Mary said she’d get a restraining
order, he assured her he’d had already told the hospital to keep his wife
sighed. “Well, they have no record of that request, if he made it. Last night,
the baby’s IV was removed. And there’s no way that can be considered
accidental. Those incubators are not easy to open, and an alarm should have
gone off when it happened.”
shook his head. “That sounds like something a nurse would know how to do.”
“Not if she plans to keep her license.”
out Nurse Hadley. She seems to have some vested interest in this.” He then told
Sanders everything he knew about Mary Mason and her tormentors.
scratched his head when Chad stopped talking. “You might want to let Captain
Wiggens know. When I asked him for police protection on the baby boy and Mary
this morning, he…”
grimaced. “He turned me down and yelled at me for wasting time on this case.”
brow rose. “And did you tell him I personally assigned you to the case?”
nodded. “I did mention that. He assured me you’d be gone in a week and then
he’d be chief of police.” Sanders sighed. “I sure hope he’s wrong about that. I
have to tell you, sir. Most of your force is very happy to have a real cop in
charge. We’d like to keep you for a long time.”
EACH BOOK OF THIS SERIES STANDS ALONE.
hike in fabulous woods every day, rain or shine, sleet or snow. Having an
adventurous nature, she learned to fly small Cessnas in NJ, hang-glide in New
Zealand, kayak in Pennsylvania, ski in New York, scuba dive with great white
sharks in Australia, dig up dinosaur bones in Montana, sky dive in Indiana, and
raft a class four river in Tasmania. She’s an avid gardener, amateur
photographer, and dabbler in watercolors and graphic arts. Yet through her
entire life, her first love has and always will be writing novels.