New release from FAPA medalist Rena Koontz

New release from FAPA medalist Rena Koontz

by Sep 10, 2018Member Updates

Loving Gia to Death by Rena Koontz
Blake Matthews is caught in a deadly Catch-22 predicament. In order to save his daughter, he must prove his wife is a monster. He?ll divorce her and move out, but that leaves five-year-old Gia alone in the house with the very person he suspects is hurting her. But proving his ex-wife is deliberately harming Gia is next to impossible. Few police agencies are familiar with Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy. It doesn’t help that his ex points an accusatory finger at him.

Nurse Noreen Jensen is suspicious of both parents and afraid for Gia after she treats the child for a broken arm. Too many unanswered questions overshadow that so-called accident and she undertakes her own investigation into Gia?s numerous hospital emergencies. The more questions she asks, the more intrigued she is by Blake, who grudgingly provides the answers. It?s obvious his devotion to his daughter is steadfast but why did he leave her?

Blake is a firefighter, dedicated to serving the public, just like Noreen. Can he convince her he’s one of the good guys?

And together, can they stop her mother from loving Gia to death?

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Rena Koontz

Rena Koontz

FAPA 2017 and 2018 Silver Medalist

A romantic suspense author passionate about the stories she tells and the messages they deliver.?
2017 FAPA Medalist
2018 FAPA Medalist

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