Before I Died by Sara Marx
Unfinished business, undying love and the burden of her own complicity drive Laney Cavallo to take action, hoping it's not too late to save the people she loves. It would be easier if she weren't already dead...
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Laney Cavallo had a charmed life. Two wonderful kids and the love of the best woman she’d ever known—after years of unhappiness, she had it all.
Then the one evil in her life that she couldn’t shed finally did his worst: after years of blackmailing her into silence, her power-drunk ex-husband has made her silence permanent. Now she can’t warn her beloved Mara that he plans to come after her next, and that even the kids aren’t safe.
Unfinished business, undying love and the burden of her own complicity drive Laney to take action, hoping it’s not too late to save the people she loves. It would be easier if she weren’t already dead...
A haunting, passionate, breathtaking story unfolds in Sara Marx’s solo debut novel.
Sara Marx begged for her start in radio, lying about her age and qualifications, and ended up on air that night. She has since appeared in TV commercials and infomercials and radio voice over work. Her radio career spanned 15 years. She can be seen guest-hosting on the Home Shopping Network and has been featured with her children on The Travel Channel enjoying Central Florida.
Actively involved in an LGBT film group, she also supports The Humane Society and Children's and Human Rights. Sara spends her downtime at the beach where she writes and attempts dangerous surfing maneuvers.
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