Believe you can and you're halfway there.
~ Theodore Roosevelt ~
Years after leaving a special ops career behind, Troy Norton is basking in the comfortable bliss of life as a family man. Entirely devoted to his wife and his teenage daughter, things couldn’t be better—aside from a midlife crisis occasionally threatening to rear its ugly head.
But his newly normal life takes a devastating turn when a night out with friends ends in tragedy. After waking up in a sanitarium straight from an old classic, Troy comes face-to-face with Dr. Erica Pendergrass—a psychiatrist and computer neuroscientist with a dangerous obsession, and the advanced technology to make sure she gets exactly what she wants.
Now Troy is forced to sit back helplessly, as an unending love threatens to destroy everything (and everyone) who gets in its way. And unfortunately for him, that includes the most precious people in his life—those whom he would do anything to keep out of harm’s way.
Love Has No Ending combines the dark obsession of Misery with the action and high-tech drama ofThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo for an unforgettable thrill ride through the human psyche—and twists and turns that will keep you guessing until the very end.
LIFE CAN SOMETIMES throw us a curve as we travel its winding road. One day we ﬁnd peace and serenity, and another the utmost of tumultuous events. That is what Troy Norton has found—a life of winding roads that he did not want nor ask to travel. His past has once again come to haunt him in the form of obsession. A word, by deﬁnition, can take so many forms and have so many different meanings. Twenty years have passed, and, the peaceful, tranquil, and quiet life that has been protected and safe—a life ﬁlled with love and devotion to his charming wife, Jill, and their sixteen-year-old daughter, Madi, is now in jeopardy. The life he has come to know is about to take a disturbing twist, spinning a tumultuous ride of discovery, lies, betrayal, and murder. An evening of pleasure with the guys will start a tailspin of deceit and one woman’s obsession. And here lies the question—is it only her obsession?