Life can change in just an instant. That’s the harsh reality that Jenny Jasik faces when her son is killed in an automobile accident, but never in her wildest dreams did she ever expect to be working undercover as a member of a drug task force. She is, after all, just a mom. But don’t discount what a mom can do when the safety of her children is at stake.
“One Small Victory is well written, emotionally intense, and hopefully will find a wide audience. While the subject matter for the book might seem a real downer for some, the way you handled it moved it to a different level from a lot of the books that come our way..” Jayne for Dear Author Book Reviews
“One Small Victory is great Romantic Suspense and a read you won’t want to miss.” Victoria Kennedy, Midwest Book Reviews
“There were many aspects that I loved about this book, but I think my favorite part was how the author depicted the emotions of all the people involved. I have been very fortunate not to have lost a close family member (yet) but I can only imagine what it must feel like, especially if it is your child. Maryann does an excellent job of portraying the range of emotions this family has to go through.” June 2014 at The Revolving Bookshelf.com
“The plot is complimented by the constant pace and smooth flow of narration. But Jenny is a character that actually holds everything together. Her strength, her will, her attitude and even her self-doubting moments make her a character who is easy to warm up to.” A reader from India
“I love your book. You are such a good writer.” Kate Hearne, singer/songwriter, musician. Visit her on MY SPACE
“I finished reading your new book today. It was wonderful! Congratulations! I loved the suspense, the hint of romance &, especially, the real-life family relationships. I mentioned it to a group of women and they said they had heard about it. I was proud to be able to say that I know the author!” Irene Roche, Plano, TX
“I finished One Small Victory last week and loved it. I had to read a bit at a time because of my work schedule, but I found it hard to put down each time. I think that you are one of the best that I have read.” Your friend and fan, Norma (Norma Wilkinson is the owner of Oaklea Mansion a wonderful B&B in East Texas and a very discriminating reader.)