On center stage stands one Dr. Glory Stair. She's beautiful. She's poised. She's confident. But she wasn't always that way. One night, many years ago, defined her life. Doing a favor for someone resulted in unparallel passion and her son, Max. Now a successful, respected surgeon, her past - an unsavory past - has caught up with her. Is she ready to handle the consequences of that one night?
Reading a first novel by a new author is kind of like a first date, with the possible promise of something lasting. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I was pleasantly surprised with "Glory" by Deborah S. Jones. She's earned a second date.
I see great potential with this author. Now get her an editor. In addition to the errors in punctuation and grammar, the narrative flip flopped. Several times I would have to read a few sentences to determine whose point of view I was reading. There was also some repetition. That said, "Glory" was an enjoyable and read. I look forward to her future endeavors.