This is one of the pictures I drew using Wacom Intuos tablet_ No AI back then a few years ago.
Am revising this story again for D2D purposes as it has not been revised for some time.
Will let fans know asap.
Happy Mothers Day folks - May 14 in Australia
Those Little White Lines by Kaz Piper
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Written in a autobiographical style, based on a true biography, the story takes its reader into the midst of a very dangerous situation where drug lords prey on beautiful women via their vehicle of a rock band_ Gaining entry into USA via Canada is not her only objective - yet she will pay the price as the fast lane becomes a dangerous trap_
Gaining ground as a victor rather than a victim is her saving grace_ Can she emerge from this destructive lifestyle and gain her true identity?
Prose: Written in first person dialogue the author takes us on a very personal journey that rings with red flags and tension that permeates the plot_
The story is a journey into danger and the fate of a beautiful woman hangs in the balance at all levels_ Although the story line is not totally original, its own originality has its force to continue reading in order to see the outcome and end game_
Bridget is a very believable protagonist_ Her character dominates the story in every way as an autobiographical portrayal can do. Other characters are less lively and intense, but lurk in the background like sleeping tigers ready to pounce. Bridget is always walking the "fine line" between expensive gifts and avoiding imminent dangers from her "friends" and their exploits with danger. With the exception of her sister who is almost caught up in the momentum and who is a significant character in the protagonist's struggles - and has her back_
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Fast paced, complex plot that will keep your mind racing to the final chapter. Set in the
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Review: Marie Seltenrych www.runawayprincesses.com
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