Stalked

| September 19, 2013

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Stalked

There are 3.4 million stalking cases reported each year in the U.S. How does a stalker choose its victim? What about this person catches the stalker’s attention?
That is the question that Savannah Sloan asks herself repeatedly. Research has shown that no two stalking cases are alike. Victims are chosen for reasons only important to the stalker. Some are celebrities but most are not.
Savannah Sloan is a respected Orthopaedic surgeon in Atlanta, Georgia. On the outside she has the perfect life, a great job, a successful husband, and an adoring stepson, but like everyone else, she has the usual problems with family, children, and marriage. Unlike the majority of us, lurking in the dark is someone who wants to destroy her life.
Her nightmare begins with a few unnerving phone calls that quickly escalate into acts of violence. Savannah’s husband David is unsupportive and she feels frightened and alone. She gets very little help from the police and more often than not, insinuations that the stalking is either in her head, or she is somehow responsible for it. She finds herself leaning on her longtime friend and colleague, Dr. Matthew Calloway, for support and protection. Matt has been in love with Savannah since college and only wants her to be safe and happy. He is more than willing to be her protector and hopes that it will develop into a deeper relationship.
As the stalking escalates to violence, we watch the usually optimistic and trusting Savannah start to doubt herself and all of those around her. As her health and emotional stability deteriorate she struggles to protect herself and the ones that she loves. Will the stalker succeed in destroying her life or will Savannah be strong enough to save herself?

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