Her Way Out

Her Way Out

A Novella

Fiction - Suspense
194 Pages
Reviewed on 11/30/2016
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Author Biography

Nancy O'Neill is an award-winning author of the children's series, Guess What. To date, it includes five reading books illustrated by Kids Around the World and one coloring book which she illustrated herself.

Becoming a published author was never one of Nancy's childhood dreams but she has lived by the philosophy that if you keep your eyes open, some of the best opportunities may be right in front of you and often appear when you least expect them.When the idea of writing an adult fiction book arose, Nancy decided to take the plunge. After more than a year of working on the story, "Her Way Out" was published.

In addition to creating her own books, Nancy also offers a variety of services to other authors to help them become published.Nancy lives in sunny Southern California with her husband.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite

Her Way Out by Nancy O'Neill is a suspense novella about a young woman trapped in a marriage with a controlling man. Beth has a successful career and she has finally met the man of her dreams. Jackson is the perfect man, and Beth is so in love with him. After being together a couple of years, they finally get married. Things have been odd for a while; periodically Jackson will become controlling and act jealous. Five years into their marriage, he has to know where she is at all times. Jackson introduces computer chips to Beth's company as a means to track and document the employees. He sells the idea that it will improve security and be time-saving for clocking in and out. Jackson insists that she be one of the first to get a computer chip placed underneath the skin in her wrist, to help promote his business. Soon after, a friend in security approaches Beth and informs her that Jackson has asked him to turn on the GPS to her chip so that he can track her when he leaves the country. Beth is fed up with his attempts to control her and looks for ways to escape him. What are her chances to get away from him, now that she can be tracked anywhere on the globe? Will she succeed?

Her Way Out by Nancy O'Neill is a suspense novella with a frightening theme. Being tracked by computer chips being placed under the skin is very scary. It really makes a person stop and think. It contains several messages to the reader. Number one, never marry someone who won't even let you have a part in the wedding plans. Number two, communicate! If there had been communication, neither number one nor number three would have been deemed necessary. Number three, don't put foreign objects under your skin, especially if they can't be removed. Once upon a time this would have been considered a futuristic science-fiction story, but not anymore. I recommend this amazing novella to those who are fans of suspense tales with a scientific twist.