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The Ranch: Moving On is Painful
By Erin Lee Author & Chelsi Davis- Author
Welcome to The Ranch:
Every business starts with a market and a need.
It was obvious when Heather got out of a quick stint in county lock-up that there was a need for someone to give karma a little shove in the right direction.
We’ve all been there. We know the pain of moving on. But what if, Heather and Suzie wondered, moving on could be pain—guaranteed—for the ones who’d hurt them?
Welcome to The Ranch:
A place where clients are encouraged to order justice ala carte. Torture by the stripping of fingernails? That will cost you $100 a nail. Maybe, if you’re a repeat customer, set on a two-for-one, we’ll give you a deal. It will be worth it. We promise. Because moving on? Well that’s painful…
Moving On- TBA
Karma is a bitch times two.
Every friendship starts with a hope and a need.
It was obvious when Heather and Suzie teamed up that they’d be besties forever:
Killing is—after all—a bonding experience. And justice and karma are best friends too.
But it’s not always so simple. We’ve all been there. We know that friendships can be complicated. So what if, Heather and Suzie wondered, they left it all behind and tried to mend a relationship gone astray? Maybe, if they ran far enough, they could forget the bodies in their wake.
Or maybe not.
We’ve been waiting for you. Because moving on? Well that’s complicated…
Especially when all trust is gone and that’s the least of your problems. (less)
ABOUT ERIN LEE
Erin Lee is a freelance writer and therapist chasing a crazy dream one crazy story at a time. She is the author of Crazy Like Me, a novel published in 2015 by Savant Books and Publications, LLC,, Wave to Papa, 2015, by Limitless Publishing, LLC and Nine Lives (2016). She’s also author of Alters, Host, and Merge of the “Lola, Party of Eight Series,” When I’m Dead and 99 Bottles.
She also penned Her Name Was Sam, an LGBTQ awareness novella and Losing Faith, a novella with Black Rose Writing.
Lee has published numerous magazine articles, particularly on the topic of mental illness. She recently contributed to the Anonymous anthology, in support of the Semi Colon Project with her short story “One Good Reason.”
Her short story psychological thriller, as to be seen in (The Trouble with) Butterfly Kisses, “Rest in Peace?” is featured in Limitless’ 13 anthology, in support of mental wellness.
Lee holds a master’s degree in psychology and works with at-risk families and as a court appointed special advocate. She cannot write horror with the lights off. However, these days, she’s getting braver and and using candles instead. She’ll get there . . .
ABOUT CHELSI DAVIS
For as long as I can remember I have been reading a book. My love for books started at a very young age, and never went away.
I am a wife, and a mom, and together my husband and I are a blended family of 5 kids!
I have always dreamed of being an author, and with the support of several friends and family members, I decided to write a book. A year later, Domestic Disturbance was here!