A Victim’s Revenge: Missing in Plain Sight

A Victim’s Revenge: Missing in Plain Sight
[Available on Amazon]

Growing up in a big city, you get a chance to see a lot of things. Things that others would find fantastic and unheard of and some that can change your life forever. But no matter the size of the town, there are always cliques that stick together and some that look at outsiders as lower beings and objects of ridicule, hazing, and abuse… where the loners can become an easy target where rules do not apply and accountability is ignored because fear is their greatest ally.

This story is about Mark a.k.a. Stacie Marie who was a repeated victim of a high school clique and who later made a choice that would change his life and the life of his attackers. As Mark, he was a scared nobody, but as Stacie, she was a strong, confident, but a revengeful individual who used patience to her advantage. Disappearing right before graduation had many thinking foul play, but Stacie was not far and carefully plotted her revenge on those that changed her life.

This is not a typical erotic story, nor is it a romance novel.  This is a serious story that deals with the search for hope and the consequences if hope is lost.

There are passages that are more explicit than others that center around transgendered and homosexual situations.

STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT AUDIENCES ONLY!

2 comments

  1. Julie - Reply

    I now understand why Amazon initially rejected this title and they were wrong to reject it.

    MCQ tells a very chilling story about struggling with gender identity and how being different can be hazardous to your health. The story takes the main character from a weak kid into a confident and vengeful adult. Anyone struggling with topics like this will appreciate the story. The implied lessons in the book can teach others how to embrace life and move on instead of continuing to live in the passed.

  2. Rob - Reply

    I saw your tweet about your new novel and misunderstood. When I went to your author page I found this one and thought I found it. I am glad I was wrong. I have a small book club and we usually read one or two erotic stories a week. Mainly because they are really short. I usually find erotica is much like porn… short, down and dirty with no plot. We have read your stories and it was very interesting that you actually try to write a full story. Even if its short, you try and give the characters depth which me and the club found very exciting to see. We started reading this book this week and being semi retired, I had more time and finished it last night and it was superb. I loved the conflict in the story and the way you put me in Stacie’s shoes as you told the story. Reading the previous comment from Julie, I tend to disagree with her. I don’t think it is for anyone struggling with gender identity or bullying, but more for someone who enjoys the this type of erotica who is looking for a little more out of a good smut rag.

    5 STARS – GREAT BOOK.

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