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What Ebony Grey Forgot
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Kay has had a long career working in large corporations in the field of risk management as a leader of teams, reporting into executive. Her larger passion though, was an interest in helping people with their problems. This led to her learning a number of alternate modalities including NLP and hypnotherapy. She then began working as a coach. Kay has a passion for animals and an interest in expanded consciousness and has written a book ‘Retrain your brain, Stop, Switch, Sustain.’ This has received 5star reviews and is available on Amazon.

What Ebony Grey Forgot

By Kay Lindley

RRP: $24.95
ISBN: 9781922850041
This title Coming Soon
DATE: 25th Sep 2022
Three things propelled Ebony from crushed, to crisis, then courageous…

These were the loss of her job, the loss of husband and the discovery that she was a fraud. 

Ebony hides her introverted nature by being the gregarious head of risk and fraud in a finance company. 

When her husband leaves her suddenly, she develops a loss of confidence. 

Needing support and finding her desire to have children back at square one, she moves home to her mother’s.

While investigating both a fraud at work and her husband’s whereabouts, her boss begins gas lighting tactics that cause her to start failing at the job she once commanded with success.

During a board meeting, an incident raises a forgotten trauma and confronts her unexpectedly. 

Ebony seeks consult at ‘the house of healing,’ to reconcile her childhood issues. She must face a task of enormity to help her heal the desire for love, manage her risk, and discover her courage once more.

“A well written novel of insight and spirit of a young woman…wonderful…” Sharon, Indiebook reviewer

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