The Author

Gaye Clark worked as a case manager in Augusta, Georgia. She also volunteered with iCare, a local faith-based organization that provides assistance to trafficked victims. She writes in her free time. She has two adult children, Anna and Nathan. She recently relocated to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where she hopes to become better acquainted with her granddaughter, Clark Jaymes. You can follow her on Twitter.

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