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LOSING HER, Part One of the Lost & Found Duet

By K.S. Marshall

Release Date: June 1st, 2017

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All eyes have been on her since she was born. That came with the territory, being the only daughter of a prestigious and wealthy family. But Alina Prescott was tired of not living her own life, so she took matters into her own hands. Escaping to a new city and starting over, she’s finally free.

Or so she thought.

Derrick Williams is focused on one thing — work. And for good reason too. The last time he was distracted from work, it cost him. Literally. Now he’s the new private investigator working for the Prescott family, and his first assignment is to find their daughter who ran away. Easy enough. Until she makes him torch all of his personal and professional boundaries.

Their entire relationship is a lie and one person is hellbent on destroying everything they’ve built together.

WARNING: This book contains themes and situations that some might consider triggers. Intended for Mature Audiences only. 18+


Labeled as “super emotional” and “dramatic” very early on in life, it became second nature to journal. K.S. realized her overactive imagination and her affinity for creating stories from thin air helped her as a writer. She is drawn to characters that are relatable, people that you might know or find within yourself. She enjoys a good plot twist and using elements that have you anxiously turning the page to figure out what happens next. Currently, Pittsburgh is where her small family resides and her kids have asked if they could not move anymore. Three states in five years is apparently too much. Her pets, Weston and Luna, also prefer for her to pet them incessantly, so delays in writing are typically their fault.



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