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These heroines have one thing in common – they attract trouble.
Tina’s Dilemma - Would you tell your best friend? Underneath Justin’s Greek God exterior is a dark bully. Tina has suffered twice at his hands and now he’s about to marry her former best friend. She is faced with a choice – ruin the wedding and risk a friendship or let Chloe marry the wrong man.
Teacher’s Pet – Where does it say “feel free to take advantage”? Vicky’s passionate opinion in class attracts unwanted attention from the local rugby hero, whose mates are just plain loud. But they are exactly who she needs when Dr Parr decides to educate her about more than just Economics.
Date Rape – When play-acting stops being a game. Kent Adams was different to Cassie’s normal dates – erudite, worldly and six foot of pure, knee-trembling muscle. He shares her passion for opera and theatre, but misread signals & dark yearnings lead to dire peril.
"Three short stories spanning as many decades, they prove penetratingly absorbing. Green has the uncanny ability to rope readers in and make them care for her characters, delivering plots and narratives that vibrate with an impending sense of danger. But she always manages to inject a timely element of humour." - Book Viral
"A fun read with such clever twists. Ms. Green gives us a wonderfully interesting set of stories, all while asking us to question some very important issues. What does it mean to be a true friend? How do we find the strength to fight for ourselves?" - JD Faulker - Author of Mirrored Time
"Yes Yes Yes! One for each of the stories in Triple Jeopardy. Cleverly written, heart-warming characterization and an injection of humor . To my mind a winning combination that gave me hours of pleasure." - AR - Amazon Reader
"The stories are very heartfelt, most women who get into fields dominated by men, recognize these stories as true, unfortunately so. The writing is very good, and the characters are likeable. There is quite a bit of humor, quite a bit of sadness, and more than a touch of awkwardness of growing up." - AC, Amazon Reader
"What a fantastic premise! Three intriguing women in troublesome situations, over three decades. I don't always enjoy short stories, I usually like my books to be more meaty, but the blurb sold me. I'm glad it did! Truly a fantastic read." - S.M. Freedman