Victim of Love

One man’s pursuit, in the name of love,
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Book Description:

(Adult Drama/Romantic Thriller) In an era when cultures maintain a cautious truce; one man’s pursuit, in the name of love, endangers all those he cares for; while another man’s obsession spawns a devastating drive to massacre all who stand in his way ~~ trapping one woman between them; the victim of love.

I absolutely loved this book. One of my favorites from this author. It's closer to being realistic than most romance novels and I couldn't put it down. I felt for the characters, hated them, questioned their actions and just overall couldn't wait to see how the book ended. LOVED IT!

-- JoB12

Barbara Woster (Author)

Barbara Woster was born in Georgia to a Southern Dad and a British mother. She spent most of her youth reading, which led to a love of writing; however, living life (raising a family) left little time to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard). Much later, when her two oldest children came across a folder of story ideas, they began to encourage (push, really) her to start writing again. That is why she dedicates all of her books to her children, because they really did inspire her writing and also because they encouraged (and still do) her to pick it up again. Many readers of Barbara’s works may notice that she doesn’t write for one age group, or in one particular genre. That’s because when she was a teen, her reading material was wide-ranging — from romance to mysteries. Barbara has her dad to thank for the diversity of reading materials. When she was fourteen, a neighbor accidentally broke her knee. For an entire summer, she was laid up with only books for company; books primarily published by Harlequin. Her dad stopped in and noticed all of the Harlequin Romance novels strewn on the bed covers and immediately stepped back out. A short time later, he returned carrying Iceberg by Clive Cussler. “You need to expand your reading horizons,” he said. To this day, Clive Cussler is one of her favorite authors, as is Diana Gabaldon, Dean Koontz, and Tom Clancy (see, eclectic). Her life, like her children, has provided much in the way of material to use for her books, all of which contain an element her past as well as much of her personality. Barbara is a prolific writer with a passion for the written word. It is her hope that she will be writing for many years to come.

One man’s pursuit, in the name of love,

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