New Release: Lion Within

Lion Within is now available in Kindle and paperback! You may have noticed that it snuck into my Reading List of Fiction About Personality Disorders a few days ago, even though it wasn’t officially out yet.

It is the first non-Young Adult book that I have published since Looking Over Your Shoulder, though there are a few more in the pipeline right now.

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Leo is a troubled young man, constantly on the brink of disaster. In the midst of his own emotional turmoil, Leo meets Elizabeth, single mom of a newborn, with a lot on her plate and a past that she won’t acknowledge.

Leo has always been driven to rescue others, and Elizabeth becomes the newest project to help him forget his own troubles.

Can Leo reach Elizabeth, and at the same time, come to terms with his own past? Or is he messing around with something beyond his ability to manage?

[Warning – contains disturbing scenes of abuse]

—A riveting page-turner that deals with mental health, physical abuse, and the lasting effects the two can leave upon a person, touching many lives in the process. It’s hard to think we all have a little bit of the lion inside us, and PD Workman deals with that in a captivating manner.

—I thoroughly enjoyed the book. It was a page turner that I didn’t want to put down.

—A very intense story line… Lion Within, hooked me in the first few pages… it opened my eyes to the awareness needed to see beyond the outer shell of a person’s situation.

—This is a book that I will be thinking about for some time.

 

Tell me what you think!


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