2019 Life-Long Learning: Learning to Move On

    Erin was a hard-working young woman who grew up helping her mother in her flower shop.  She loved her mother but did not want to emulate her. She wanted to be like her aunt, a partner in a Tulsa law firm.  And to reach that goal she planned to go to college and study law.  She had the scholarship, part-time job at the flower shop and could live at home in Mannford on the lake. She planned to drive into Tulsa to go to school. She had plans. Then her aunt offered her a law clerk position in her firm while she went to college. Life was about to change.

Erin was sexually harassed at the senior prom by a boy she thought liked her. She was a lucky one, he only embarrassed her in front of the whole class. Others were not so lucky. Once on campus, women begin to talk about a student who was raping women.  Many women were afraid to come forward and put a stop to the terror. They planned to just put it behind them and be more careful. But Erin knew the truth and had had enough.  She saw the bullying in high school escalate to rape in college and she was now in a position to help bring the women together to put an end to the abuse.  And then her best friend disappeared.

Keystone Lake is a beautiful part of Oklahoma and makes a great backdrop for mystery and intrigue.  Blooming Justice is the beginning of the series and I’m sure there will be many more stories from this part of the country.

Erin is learning that sometimes you have to stand up for yourself and others and not just put the bad things behind you.  It is a life-long learning event.

Check out Blooming Justice and if you enjoy the story, leave me a review!

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About peggylchambers

Peggy Chambers calls Enid, Oklahoma home. She has been writing for several years and is an award winning, published author, always working on another. She spends her days, nights, and weekends making up stories. She attended Phillips University, the University of Central Oklahoma and is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. She is a member of the Enid Writers’ Club, and Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, Inc. There is always another story weaving itself around in her brain trying to come out. There aren’t enough hours in the day!
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