Professor Jasper Trueblood is serious about being an adult. He has a fiancé, new car, a teaching gig—and he’s happier than he’s been since his mother died a decade earlier. Still, something is amiss. Even when life is brimming with possibilities, Jasper’s subconscious fear of success inspires self-sabotage.
ALICIA YOUNG, Hell on Heels, “This book is not for everyone. At times it weaves a fabric of vivid, often hilarious imagination but always with the edge of a straight razor not far behind. It’s gritty and real, creative and intense, and I read it in one day!"