This is a book about a woman that met this man at work. He preyed on her like an animal to get what he wanted from her. He earned her trust on top of everything. She had a hard time getting away from him. Now she is away from him; it puts her into a deep clinical depression from all the trauma he put her through, along with mental abuse. Now years later, she is having a hard time getting on with her life when she always feels that he might be around the corner, waiting. She has to watch her back alone to keep herself safe in the city she lives in. He still walks the streets, finding ways to get even with her, even if it means killing her. He has come close a time or two. There are those possibilities he is up to something to get even. Like in this case, he has tried killing her in her car but failed, but he will come up with some new ways of getting back for what he thinks is her fault or reasoning for him getting into trouble, but you got to remember, he is a sociopath. In a sociopath’s mind, it’s everybody else’s fault that they are in trouble. She has to keep an eye open all the time because he may be closer than she thinks to harming her-or even kill her to get her out of the way.
About the Author
Dustina (Dusty) Respecki is originally from Denver, Colorado. When she was five years old, she left Denver and went to Hawaii to live. She lived there for over two years, then when she was eight years old, she left Hawaii to live a very short time in Texas. In June of 1980, she came back home to Colorado to live and has been here ever since. Dusty is married. She has been married for 16 plus years. She has two kids, a daughter and a son. One day she was thinking about what she can do to tell the people about people like Mark E. Smith., so she took up writing a book about what happened to her so it can teach others.