I will admit I have on more than one occasion skipped the introduction to a book, I want to get to the meat of book, fast. I am glad I did not with this one, I started this book with a thoughtful mind in regards to vengeance, holding on to it and its self-destructive traits.
Running with Guilt by Maggie Stancu was proof of the old adage if you seek revenge, go ahead and dig two graves, one for them and one for you. Ms. Stancu proved this adage in this story and did so very well.
The victim kills Vic’s sister. Vic wanted revenge for her sister death. Vic found she was not as cold-blooded as she thought, she had a conscience.
Dog Eat Dog by Joy Meenah. Ms. Meenah certainly proved that vengeance is a two-sided sword. Pam is the supervisor from hell. She demoralized the office. She had a secret agenda. Pam found she had met her match in the lowly employee, Elaine. Elaine is much more than she seemed. Ms. Meenah did such a