Saving Allison; the new book by J. Stoute

Announcing Saving Allison; the latest book from author J. Stoute


At the difficult age of 14, Allison Perkins is ready to give it all up.

Throughout school Allison had always been on the thinner side, battling with her weight in a war she couldn’t win. Her classmates were as cruel as you’d expect—choosing to ignore her existence or, when they did notice her, taunting her mercilessly.

Deciding that a short drop and a quick stop is the only solution, she ties the noose, climbs the ladder, and prepares to meet her end.

She hadn’t expected Jordan—her gorgeous 18-year-old guardian angel—to show up and free her from the noose. Jordan shows Allison glimpses of the future—of what might be, if she lived, and what would come if she didn’t. Knowing what she now knows, Jordan gives her the greatest gift: the choice to live, with the possibility of the future she saw; or to die here, alone, swinging from a noose.

Can Allison believe the visions that Jordan shows her, and continue living with the relentless nature of her peers? Can she really take that final step, and end her own life after all? Leaps of faith are much more difficult than leaps of fate.

Get your copy of Saving Allison at a low introductory price by following this link.

A little about J. Stoute:

I’m from south-west Louisiana, I’ve always enjoyed writing and wrote several stories way back when, only to shelve them for all of time. It wasn’t until 2014 that I decided to dive into writing to see where it takes me. My only goal is to write fiction, not aiming to stick to any one subject, I go where my stories take me.

I was in the US Army for 8 years, I’ve been to Iraq twice in a civilian role, and I was president of two different motorcycle clubs. I’ve been married for over 30 years and have 3 grown children, and 2 grandchildren.

Find out more about J. Stoute on his website, Facebook page and on Twitter


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