Kaycee's Tattered Spirit

KC Rice

Tattered and torn from a life of mental and physical abuse, Kaycee finds herself in a precarious situation. Married, but insecure, when she meets Mason on an social media sight, things just seem to click. Soon they become fast friends, but it doesn't stop there. Before long it becomes much more, as she falls deeply in love. Their chats become erotic, the fire burns deep within her core, awakening a side she never knew existed. Mason brings out her deepest desires and teaches her to spread her wings, as she realizes something has been missing in her life. But what about Shane, her husband? Their love a fairy tale, until he becomes controlling and abusive. Kaycee once again becomes tattered and bruised by Shane's actions over the years, as his demeanor worsens and he becomes abusive. The rips and bruises within Kaycee's spirit become more pronounced. She's ready to make a break, but fearful of what will come if she steps away from the only life she's ever known. Kaycee must decide. What will she do? Where will she go? Does Mason truly love her as he says? Or is it all lies? Will Mason hold true to his promises and stay by her side? Or will she be left all alone.
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About the author

K.C. Rice- Lives in Kentucky, Enjoys oil painting and sharing her over active imagination with her readers. A self-publisher, she published her very first book, summer 2014- Deadly Passions and it's sequel, Anguish-Wil's Story the fall 2014. Her hopes and dreams are to bring her characters alive in the minds of her readers, leaving them anxious for more.
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Publisher
KC Rice
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Published on
Jun 22, 2015
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Pages
244
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ISBN
9781514652886
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Language
English
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This content is DRM protected.
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The Allegheny frontier, comprising the mountainous area of present-day West Virginia and bordering states, is studied here in a broad context of frontier history and national development. The region was significant in the great American westward movement, but Otis K. Rice seeks also to call attention to the impact of the frontier experience upon the later history of the Allegheny Highlands. He sees a relationship between its prolonged frontier experience and the problems of Appalachia in the twentieth century.

Through an intensive study of the social, economic, and political developments in pioneer West Virginia, Rice shows that during the period 1730--1830 some of the most significant features of West Virginia life and thought were established. There also appeared evidences of arrested development, which contrasted sharply with the expansiveness, ebullience, and optimism commonly associated with the American frontier. In this period customs, manners, and folkways associated with the conquest of the wilderness to root and became characteristic of the mountainous region well into the twentieth century. During this pioneer period, problems also took root that continue to be associated with the region, such as poverty, poor infrastructure, lack of economic development, and problematic education.

Since the West Virginia frontier played an important role in the westward thrust of migration through the Alleghenies, Rice also provides some account of the role of West Virginia in the French and Indian War, eighteenth-century land speculations, the Revolutionary War, and national events after the establishment of the federal government in 1789.

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