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Publisher's Summary

Love shared is love divided.

When expectant mother Livia Karras spontaneously falls victim to aquagenic urticaria - an allergy where a single drop of water against her skin could be fatal - doctors determine her condition to be purely psychosomatic.

Psychologist Elliot Chiles is assigned to her case. He suspects she is subconsciously sabotaging her own pregnancy due to unresolved guilt over a traumatic childhood accident, but Livia believes she knows the real cause - she's being preyed upon by a malevolent supernatural entity out for revenge.

With time running out and severe dehydration setting in, Livia must confront long-cherished delusions and reconcile with a past mistake - or risk losing her life and that of her unborn child.

Will Livia succumb or prevail? Find out in Never Nerida.

©2019 Shane Drummy (P)2019 Shane Drummy

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Don’t drink the water

Purchased this because the premise sounded interesting, dangerous water? Tell me more! Nope. Started out ok but quickly became boring and unbelievable. I get irritated when a book pushes me toward a storyline that possibly is or isn’t a character’s imagination/psychosis. Admittedly I stopped about 3/4 into the story but the characters were just not interesting except for the ‘heroine’ when she interacts with the outside world. Too much introspection. Well written and the narrator was very good but the story, eh, not so much.