The Life of the Wife
Johanna is about 19 and far from typical. A bit dippy and with the still young impressionable mind she has, she married the prim and proper Aiden August the day she turned 18. Aiden is strong, caring and is very strong on his beliefs.
On Sunday's they find and "cleanse" and kill people they believe deserve it. Johanna tries to keep up, but she's finding it very hard.
That's the life you have when married to a corrector!
Morris is close to middle age and hasn't quite got the grip of a clean mental status with a few problems she's made in her own head. She tries to keep her cool when she's thrown into a case with a long time friend, Jerry, that is similar to one 10 years ago. Things get rough for her with her rocky marriage, declining mental status, and a killer on the run. She believes if she can find him, her problems will go away. Will she stay sane enough to find the correction killer? Will she be able to handle herself when the time comes?
Read as these two wives adventure in a big whirlwind of drama and suspense.
The chapters are roughly 1,000 words and the words themselves are simplified, so it's a quick and easy read!