One meeting between Victoria and Damian sets in motion a set of events that changes lives of many people.
They meet accidentally abroad. He helps her. She trusts his intentions are sincere. One night he drugs her and rapes her. She survives the trauma and runs away from him. Soon later, another tragedy strikes. Victoria almost loses her life due to pregnancy complications. The pain of the tragic events and the anger lead her to plan and execute a revenge on Damian.
This is a story of two people who play the hate game; shocking phone conversations, destructive emails, manipulative meetings, evil deeds that lead to the accident of one of them and the death of the other.
This is a terrifying story about two people whose one meeting has a profound impact on the lives of their families and friends.
This is also a warning story that is gripping and unexpected at times where the boundaries between the victim and the perpetrator become blurred.
Anna Elisabeth Wilman is a writer based in Europe.
She has written since early childhood, first short stories and then short novels.
She is the author of “The Adventures of Socrates the Cat” and “The Girl And The Boy Who Met Just Once” novels.
A.E. Wilman writes occasionally in leisure time. She also enjoys reading and good movies. But above of all she loves cooking and baking.