Show Her

Young Adult, Mystery & Thrillers, General Fiction

By T. L. Curtis

Publisher : Volo Press, LLC

ABOUT T. L. Curtis

T. L. Curtis
A native of Louisville, Kentucky, I moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 2014 with my husband and dogs. I have been writing since I learned how to do so and love the storytelling process. However, due to low self-esteem, I have always had a strong fear of publishing my work. Now that I am trying t More...


She will not accept what she cannot change.

Erika is the perfect woman in 2090 Louisville, Kentucky. She is obedient, flawlessly beautiful, married to the wealthiest man in the region, and has even built a business on showing others how to live a life like her own. After ten years of marriage and turning a personal trauma into a blessing for herself, she is the happiest she has ever been.

Until the first mistress confronts her and turns her worldview inside-out.

Erika refuses to sit back and allow her world to crumble. She takes the actions she thinks are needed to save her marriage, her reputation, and her sanity. But how far is too far?

From the author of 'Feign: Volume 1' comes a psychological thriller that will have you engrossed until the very last scene!

She will not accept, what she cannot change. In 2090, Louisville, Kentucky, Erika is the perfect woman: obedient, flawlessly beautiful, and married to the richest man in the region. After overcoming a personal trauma, she’s even grown a business out of showing people how to be good, subordinate spouses for peaceful homes and long-lasting marriages. This is the happiest she’s ever been...until the first mistress confronts her. This revelation about her true value to her husband turns her world inside-out. How will she be able to save her marriage, maintain her reputation, and hold on to her freedom? Follow Erika’s journey from vixen, to victim, to villain in this psychological thriller from the poet who brought you Feign. You’ll be engrossed until the very last page!

"...left me with tears in my eyes..." --Stella, Louisville, Kentucky

"The first chapter haunted me for weeks." --Amy, Stone Mountain, Georgia