About the Author
Victoria Warren Jackson was born in Milledgeville, Georgia. She was raised in Milledgeville, Georgia and Miami, Florida and attended Miami Norland Senior High School. She distinguished herself as an excellent student in high school and received numerous honors.
After graduating from high school, Victoria earned an Associate in Arts Degree in Broadcasting Journalism from Miami Dade College. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature and a Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics from Oakwood University. She earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Victoria is FCCPC Certified and has a CDA National.
Victoria has been an educator for sixteen years and began writing her first novel while teaching middle grade students. Victoria soon realized that writing is therapy and continues to write daily. She is the author of three books, Can You Feel Me? Intimate Poetry, Not Just Us, and Untraditional Love In The Dark.
Victoria is passionate about helping children become their best. She remains busy writing, teaching full-time, and volunteering in her community.
Victoria currently lives in Florida.
About the Book:
It has been a long time since Samantha has felt loved by a man. For now, she just wants to be left alone. She continues to live a lonely life, but an early morning visit to the beach changes everything. Her future husband, Isaiah, enters the picture.
Their marriage is every woman’s dream until Isaiah becomes distant and remote. Samantha becomes curious about his behavior and the absence of his immediate family. One part of her wants to overlook the uneasy feelings, but curiosity causes her to search for the truth.
Isaiah has a disturbing secret. Once Samantha discovers the truth, she is forced to travel a painful journey to recovery. Is Samantha prepared to lose her husband forever?
Samantha finally learns about self-love. She is torn between salvaging her marriage and the desire to find true love. Samantha is unable to deny her life will never be the same even if she decides to remain married to Isaiah.
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