D.M. Hamblin

A Debt to The Devil

Liz (Andrews) Ericson is an intelligent, hard-working, wealthy, entrepreneur, with a trusting heart, especially when it comes to her husband, Matthew. After battling childhood obesity, in her senior year in high school Liz loses fifty pounds. Her confidence is boosted enough to attract the handsome and charismatic Matthew Erickson, a twenty-year-old Texan who has moved to Massachusetts. He is her first . . . heart-throb . . . boyfriend . . . lover. They marry when she is twenty-five years old. As any young bride, she’s blinded by her bright future . . . the undying love . . . the dream home . . . the adorable kids . . . the growing old together. By the third year of marriage, she begins hearing whispers and suggestions of her husband’s infidelity. Still blinded, she can’t see through her husband’s lies and manipulation . . . until she’s ultimately presented with undeniable proof. A Debt to the Devil is a romantic thriller with many twists and turns through Liz Ericson’s life, from the emotional damage of childhood obesity to trying to free herself from the emotional and psychological claws of her psychopathic husband.

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