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‼️In Honor of Domestic Violence Awarness Month Raelynn Williams McCullough has it all a successful business, a loving husband and her dream home on a sprawling estate overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Life for her in the eyes of paparazzi and everyone around her is good..or so they thought. Behind closed doors Raelynn is living in her own eternal hell. Her husband Grant ‼️In Honor of Domestic Violence Awarness Month Raelynn Williams McCullough has it all a successful business, a loving husband and her dream home on a sprawling estate overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Life for her in the eyes of paparazzi and everyone around her is good..or so they thought. Behind closed doors Raelynn is living in her own eternal hell. Her husband Grant is not only verbally and emotionally abusive to her but he’s also physically abusive. Fearing his abuse will only get worse Raelynn makes a dash for the door to the only place of comfort she knows and runs smack into Doctor Benjamin Booker. Tall, dark and handsome Doctor Booker is just what the doctor ordered. Appointed as her align father’s doctor he develops a soft spot for the damaged and battered beauty almost immediately. Going through his own trials and tribulations he forms a fast relationship with the battered beauty in hopes to help her see her worth. Together the both of them lean on each other for comfort and security in hopes they can heal together from the pains of their past. Get ready for this touching and eye-opening flash story of two people who have been burned by love and how together they learned to love each other And eventually learn to Set Fire To Their Own Pain


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‼️In Honor of Domestic Violence Awarness Month Raelynn Williams McCullough has it all a successful business, a loving husband and her dream home on a sprawling estate overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Life for her in the eyes of paparazzi and everyone around her is good..or so they thought. Behind closed doors Raelynn is living in her own eternal hell. Her husband Grant ‼️In Honor of Domestic Violence Awarness Month Raelynn Williams McCullough has it all a successful business, a loving husband and her dream home on a sprawling estate overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Life for her in the eyes of paparazzi and everyone around her is good..or so they thought. Behind closed doors Raelynn is living in her own eternal hell. Her husband Grant is not only verbally and emotionally abusive to her but he’s also physically abusive. Fearing his abuse will only get worse Raelynn makes a dash for the door to the only place of comfort she knows and runs smack into Doctor Benjamin Booker. Tall, dark and handsome Doctor Booker is just what the doctor ordered. Appointed as her align father’s doctor he develops a soft spot for the damaged and battered beauty almost immediately. Going through his own trials and tribulations he forms a fast relationship with the battered beauty in hopes to help her see her worth. Together the both of them lean on each other for comfort and security in hopes they can heal together from the pains of their past. Get ready for this touching and eye-opening flash story of two people who have been burned by love and how together they learned to love each other And eventually learn to Set Fire To Their Own Pain

30 review for Set Fire To My Pain: A Flash Fiction Novella

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dee Cherry

    4.5 1st read by this author. Well written as Grant was an evil, crazy monster and his treatment towards his wife Ray made me cringe at times. It was good Ray met Ben as he was the total opposite. Content kept me reading and I wasn't surprised at Nikki's outcome. Ending was appropriate. 4.5 1st read by this author. Well written as Grant was an evil, crazy monster and his treatment towards his wife Ray made me cringe at times. It was good Ray met Ben as he was the total opposite. Content kept me reading and I wasn't surprised at Nikki's outcome. Ending was appropriate.

  2. 4 out of 5

    YVETTE RIVERS

    FIGHT BACK In this book it created a bunch of feelings I'm glad Grant got his due... We see a lot of grants in this world but we never speak up or help to stop them,,,, it's time to speak up and speak out what Grant did to these young ladies it's ridiculous ,,NIKKI got off lightly in this book because I think she deserves the same thing he got because she was a part of the problem how can you go up into some woman's house and the man things knowing he's married and excepting him abuse and in cont FIGHT BACK In this book it created a bunch of feelings I'm glad Grant got his due... We see a lot of grants in this world but we never speak up or help to stop them,,,, it's time to speak up and speak out what Grant did to these young ladies it's ridiculous ,,NIKKI got off lightly in this book because I think she deserves the same thing he got because she was a part of the problem how can you go up into some woman's house and the man things knowing he's married and excepting him abuse and in contributing to the abuse of his wife I'm pissed off that she got away although she was abuse also but sometimes you put yourself in that situation no abuse is okay fight back ..... Great read I truly enjoyed the authors narration of this book the way she told her story had me looking like I'm watching the movie great job Queen T

  3. 4 out of 5

    Doretha Bradley

    Literally Ok grammatical errors were a huge nuisance however, the story was decent. I'm not sure that Raelynn should have engaged in a relationship with Ben only seven weeks after leaving Grant. She knew nothing about Ben other than he was her father's doctor and a good cook. She didn't have time to heal, learn why she accepted and stayed in an abusive relationship, or forgive herself for doing so. She moved right to the next one. I'm not sure she would have wanted to engage in a relationship wit Literally Ok grammatical errors were a huge nuisance however, the story was decent. I'm not sure that Raelynn should have engaged in a relationship with Ben only seven weeks after leaving Grant. She knew nothing about Ben other than he was her father's doctor and a good cook. She didn't have time to heal, learn why she accepted and stayed in an abusive relationship, or forgive herself for doing so. She moved right to the next one. I'm not sure she would have wanted to engage in a relationship with Ben knowing her husband's mistress was his ex, but then again, this part of the story was not very well developed. Grant got the ending he requested but to what avail? He didn't learn a thing. New baby or not, Nikki would not have gotten a thing from me. She got just what she bargained for. All in all, this was a decent read, not great.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Hope Phillips

    Life Lesson This was my first time reading a book by this author but oh boy was it good. The first time that Grant hit Raelynn she should've left but sometimes we as women hold out that, the person we love will change but Grant didn't change. I believe in my heart the only reason why Grant was abusive and cheating was because he saw it happen in his life. I was happy that Ben came in and gave Raelynn a sense of love and joy Life Lesson This was my first time reading a book by this author but oh boy was it good. The first time that Grant hit Raelynn she should've left but sometimes we as women hold out that, the person we love will change but Grant didn't change. I believe in my heart the only reason why Grant was abusive and cheating was because he saw it happen in his life. I was happy that Ben came in and gave Raelynn a sense of love and joy

  5. 5 out of 5

    KayBee's Bookshelf

    This book focused on the unbelievable abuse one woman received at the hands of her husband. The author not only was abuse featured but forced servitude. The story moved quickly. Unfortunately with short stories or flash fiction, there are elements of the story that are shortchanged. This story relied on the horrible actions of one character to carry it and fell a bit short. Yes. The messaging is of value. Abuse is never okay. Yes. The extreme situation in which the protagonist found herself coul This book focused on the unbelievable abuse one woman received at the hands of her husband. The author not only was abuse featured but forced servitude. The story moved quickly. Unfortunately with short stories or flash fiction, there are elements of the story that are shortchanged. This story relied on the horrible actions of one character to carry it and fell a bit short. Yes. The messaging is of value. Abuse is never okay. Yes. The extreme situation in which the protagonist found herself could happen. However, this story was missing continuity and character development to propel it forward.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sandsuhray Hawkins

    God don’t like ugly. I’m so glad that Rae got away from her crazy a** husband. What a coincidence , that the same women that left her boyfriend winded up with area’s husband and is now in the same predicament , that Rea was in. Great read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Quinn

    My Pain I’m glad Ray got her happy ending. That dam Grant is crazy af!!! Nikki is a home wrecker. At least Ray was nice at the end. Grant got what he deserved haha haha!!! Abuse is NEVER OKAY OR LOVE!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Angela Brooks

    Heartwarming Abuse is never ok no matter the form of it. I’m glad Ray found the courage to leave Grant. Nikki was crazy to think what happened to Ray wasn’t going to happen to her just because she was pregnant. Ben is not only a life saver of the people but also love

  9. 4 out of 5

    Joi

    I liked the story, but there were a lot of grammatical/spelling mistakes.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Pat Smith

    Ok read Although I know domestic violence can be quite gruesome, some of this seemed too outlandish. Even karma came like a dramatic action movie scene. Not one of my favorites.

  11. 4 out of 5

    NaTausha

    🤔💔❤️ I absolutely loved this book....abuse is abuse no justifications at all...KARMA came for him and I’m so happy that this had a happy ending for her

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shonda Lanae

    Great book!! This book was great i loved it from.beginning to the end. I'm glad Grant got what he deserved . Ray definitely got her justice and found happiness again with Ben Great book!! This book was great i loved it from.beginning to the end. I'm glad Grant got what he deserved . Ray definitely got her justice and found happiness again with Ben

  13. 4 out of 5

    Suprina Bracey

    Yasssss This book was so freaking good. I loved how happiness found her at the end. And her Husband got just what he deserved.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Freedom

    EXCELLENT EXCELLENT GREAT BOOK

  15. 5 out of 5

    Queen T

    Not every story is sweet Loved this book it was short and sweet and I feel everything was addressed in this book which I loved

  16. 5 out of 5

    aisha ray

    Just ok This wasn't that great of a read for me. The book felt very rushed and short. I hated the ending of the book. Just ok This wasn't that great of a read for me. The book felt very rushed and short. I hated the ending of the book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Grant from the beginning pissed me off. I felt bad that Ray thought she had to endure all thiat pain to make sure her father was ok. Nicki and Grant both got what they deserved. I'm glad Ben was there to save Ray. This was my first read by this author but not my last. Grant from the beginning pissed me off. I felt bad that Ray thought she had to endure all thiat pain to make sure her father was ok. Nicki and Grant both got what they deserved. I'm glad Ben was there to save Ray. This was my first read by this author but not my last.

  18. 5 out of 5

    bridgette acevedo

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kym

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Mayers

  21. 5 out of 5

    Paula Jones

  22. 5 out of 5

    Leslie stacey

  23. 4 out of 5

    Gloria Posey

  24. 5 out of 5

    Yameen Calloway

  25. 4 out of 5

    Wanda A.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Robbie L. Samuel

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tara Battlecoxson

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Sapp

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tamika

  30. 5 out of 5

    April

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