Blurb Time!

After posting the title to the sequel this morning and seeing people share it, well…it got me thinking. What’s a title without some information? It’s like looking at the cover of a book but not turning it over to see what it’s about. It’s like looking at the cover of Sylvia Day’s Crossfire Series…you don’t know what it’s about if you haven’t heard or read the blurb. Most people would move on…

I had to find a way not to spoil the first book as I described the second book all while leaving the mystery in it all. So, without further ado (adieu…whichever one is suppose to fit here), I present you Mistaken Perception’s synopsis!


This book contains graphic sexually explicit content and intense violence that could be disagreeable or distressing to readers. The content is intended for mature readers only.

Just when Samantha Beckman thought her life was back on track after surviving the tragic incident, she’s faced with her worst nightmare—her judgment. It was wrong. She looked to her future with great optimism, but soon learns that her living hell had just begun. Now with her hands tied, she’s scared and unsure what to do. If she stays, she’s not safe. If she runs, she’s not promised an escape.

She discovers that the circumstances surrounding the attack had an obscure explanation—one that no one ever saw coming, including herself.

Her past comes back, and He provokes old feelings that Samantha thought she had conquered. She had thought she moved on, but again, as she looked around her living nightmare, she realized her outlook on life had been mistaken.

Not all the time are new beginnings what you expect. Samantha learns her judgment was wrong…Dead Wrong!

Add Mistaken Perception to your TBR —-> Goodreads

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