It’s hard to say which child discovered it first, but the kids in Terrell, TX began receiving gifts of candy. Someone would creep up to their windows at night while they were sleeping, close enough to just slip an arm in, and leave a piece of candy on their windowsill.
Emira Tucker is a twenty-five-year-old babysitter. She has no plans for the future, and in a short time, she will lose her health insurance.
Emira babysits for the Chamberlain family. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain have two young girls, Briar and Catherine. Emira is tasked with caring for Briar while Mrs. Chamberlain works on writing her book. Easy peas, right?
This is a story of powerful men doing horrific things and other men lying to protect them. It’s disgusting. It is also a fascinating read from a journalistic perspective.
Before Dark Lover, I assumed you had to stand in an alley in the middle of the night hoping to be attacked by a vamp, but not attacked enough to die. Ward’s way seems better and much less scary.
Secrets, lies, a daughter-in-law who possibly has the sight, precocious children who border on creepy, this book has a lot of good things to offer. I totally recommend.
The book opens with a literal bang. Miracle Submarine is on fire and we don’t know the extent of the damage until we get to court.
#FashionVictim is full of twists, surprises, grisly murders, and high fashion, dahling.
They need a plan, and they need it now. With the help of a team of resistance fighters and an unlikely Judas, Jean and her team just may be able to truly make America great again.
Lucia is fourteen. Her father is dead. Her mother in institutionalized. She lives with an elderly aunt in a garage apartment. She’s smart, pissed, and obsessed with her dad’s Zippo.
Bonnie fired off the bat signal, y’all. The episode ended with all our gals meeting at the police station and walking in together. And that was that.