Introducing Teresa Tuten, author of Silent Agony

“I am enjoying my new book: Silent Agony – A novel. The Outskirts Press team has done an awesome job with the designed cover and interior. Now, I look forward to writing my children’s book. I will use this publisher again for my fifth novel. I have used three different publishers and Outskirts Press is, by far, the best!”

Teresa Tuten lives in South Carolina with her husband and children. She has been writing for ten years and has a degree in creative writing, fitness and nutrition, and cosmetology and barbering. She has published three other books, and has owned and operated her own business for the past sixteen years. She enjoys writing fiction novels about everyday life and the issues we all face. In the future, she plans to write a children’s book as well. Teresa enjoys spending time at her happy place-the beach. And she also enjoys listening to other people tell her about their own life story.

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Book description…

No matter how hard she tried, Jenna couldn’t save them all. Jenna was too involved with her clients-had been since day one at the agency. Having walked the horrid path of abuse in her marriage to Tom, it still played on her emotions causing self-doubt. Since her divorce, she vowed to help every abused woman and child she could. Each time Jenna had to attend the funeral of a client she felt like a failure. Refusing to give in to her feelings, she fought hard to start over and put the past behind her, even though she still experienced a silent agony of her own. Jenna had worked side by side with the local DA on many domestic violence cases. And on occasion, she’d had to testify regarding a client causing her life to be put in danger. But if she could save one woman from meeting their demise, it was worth it. Roger Hawthorn had been DA for many years, and hadn’t lost a case thus far. He’d earned the respect and support of fledgling attorneys as well. But a woman he knew had been placed in a penitentiary and held against her will. Not even Roger could get the judge to overturn the sentence. Working with Roger and helping abused clients had pushed Jenna out her comfort zone, making her have compassion for others when she reaches out to offer hope of seeing change. But will it be enough to help Jenna bury the past and finally find the man of her dreams?

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