She stepped back to open the swinging double doors. She glanced into the hall, heard laughter, and knew Josie was tickling Lizzie in the playroom. That’s when she heard it, and that’s when she turned and bolted through doors. Then she felt it tear into her breast and fell to the ground.“Oh my God, no…Meg!” Becky yelled and started to run toward her when she felt something slam into her head. Her glasses fell to the ground and she followed.A man wearing a ski mask was swinging his rifle around at them, while the woman in the white mask closed the blinds. She told him the ruse worked. Opening with an attack on the family bakery, three masked men torment those inside stacking up charges of attempted murder, sexual assault, armed robbery, and vandalism. The robbery tears through both families, who stand divided when rendering their verdicts. First for the motive exposed by the suspects, and then for the victims, who have secrets of their own. More fear engulfs them when a baby arrives early, and a child runs away. A steamy affair sparks friction just as the two families are forced together again through the wedding of Tim and Vee Crawford’s granddaughter to Zeke and Georgia Hayes’ grandson. The first union of the two bloodlines ended in tragedy. What storm will strike this time? ‘Verdicts and Vows’ watches the Crawford and Hayes families grow together twisting and turning like a Juniper tree. Finishing book two, readers will get a glimpse into the unfinished narratives waiting to end the trilogy.
Targeted Age Group: 18-98
Written by: Debra Myers
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Debby Myers is a first-time writer who wrote her first story in 1st grade. Her teacher thought it was so creative, she submitted it to Children’s Digest where it was published the same year. It was way back then when she told her that she would write a novel one day. Now more than 50 years later, she’s excited to have published “Vex and Valor,” and “Verdicts and Vows” the first two books of “The Vee Trilogy.”
Debby would like to thank her family. She is married to Alan, who she says is the greatest man she’s ever known. They are the parents of five and Nana and Papaw to five more. They live in Indiana in the small town of Peru, which is the “Circus Capital of the World,” home to both the Circus Hall of Fame and the Peru Amateur Circus, that Debby performed in for ten years starting when she was six. Debby began her career creating a day care center “Debby & Christy’s Day Stay” caring for 10-12 children. This allowed her to be with her children when they were young. She then worked as the “voice of the morning show” & news director for local radio station WARU, before going on to become a manager for Kroger. She sends thanks to heaven above to her brother, Jeff Range. He is the one constant in her journey to write a novel, telling her to use her gift. Finally, thanks to another special man in her life, Kurt Schindler, whose own writing and creating stories were an inspiration in her journey before he passed away.
Debby was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in 2016. Her condition is stable, and she has written a number of short stories about her experiences living with this odd disease. She hopes she inspires others with the disease to use their time as she has.
The final book of the trilogy “The Vee Saga” will be out by the end of the year.
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