The Confessional is damnation, despair, hope, redemption and secrets.



Genre: Romantic suspense


The Confessional is a dark romantic suspense thriller starring Saint and Grace. It’s a standalone novel. It is full is symbolism and contradictions, damnation and redemption, hope and despair, both hidden and revealed. 

I wanted to explore if romance and recovery for adults who were abused as children were possible.  Grace viewed herself as a survivor, not a broken victim. She deserved romance.  I put myself in her place and she told me her story. 

Psychology student, Grace Fleming, is addicted to meaningless hook-ups in random places, impulsively following a script for self-destruction and bad behavior.

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She suffers from nightmares. A patchwork of flashbacks leave her in a fugue state. Unsure what they mean, she goes to therapy, seeking answers.

Is her mind conjuring them up or are they past encounters she’d blocked out.
Saint is a private investigator of dubious character. He will take almost any type of case, but his favorite includes entrapping married women into infidelity.

He is hired to keep a watchful eye on Grace while keeping his identity a secret. The paradox tempts him; is Grace, a devil in disguise or an angel with a crooked halo?

When he finds himself in a compromising position, Saint quits. He soon regrets resigning when he discovers a sinister threat to her safety, and it may be the reason for the nightmares.

*Warning: The Confessional contains sensitive topics and possible triggers for some readers––cutting and sexual abuse. Please read the reviews first.*

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